16th July 2013

Travel Game Review and Giveaway. Dobble

So with the holiday season starting, I’m sure you are all thinking about those long car journeys. ” Are we there yet?”       “how much longer?” Yeah you know what I mean those dreaded questions that start coming from the back of the car, after driving for half hour and you thinking there is another 2 hours or so yet.

Well there is a great solution to this problem. Travel games, the great way to keep kids entertained on those long car journeys.




Dobble is a game designed to test your speed, reflex and observation skills. Each card has many different images on it, but each card will have one image the same. It may be a different size or colour or in a different place but the image is the same. Each card has only one image in common with any other card. Each game requires fast thinking and can get very competitive.  There are also 5 other mini games within Dobble called, Hot Potato, Towering Inferno, The Well, The Poisoned gift and Catch them all.

About the game

I think this is a fantastic 5 in 1 game that is great for the whole family. It can be used any where and any time not just in the car, but to take on plane journeys or just to use sitting at home.

This game retails for around £11.20 in Tesco

There are also a couple of other games from Esdevium games that may interest you. They are Ingenious and Hey that’s my Fish.

Hey thats my fish





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8 responses to “Travel Game Review and Giveaway. Dobble”

  1. i let the children play ipad as travel game

  2. Tammy Tudor says:

    we have a play set where you stick cards on your head and you have to guess what you are 🙂

  3. mandyj1234 says:

    Kids play connect 4 as a travel game

  4. emma says:

    we like to sing

  5. anthony harrington says:

    we play eye spy and Snap/Happy Families card games

  6. Tracy Nixon says:

    We play eye spy and ‘when I went on holiday, in my case I took….’

  7. Jane Middleton says:

    Usually I Spy works well

  8. Claire Bbdiva Butler says:

    we dont play travel games as we listen to music and son has ipad/dvd player

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