Friday, December 18, 2015

"Ring It" From Blue Orange Games

**All opinions expressed are 100% my own.  I was not compensated for this post.  I was given product for review purposes.**

With 14 years experience creating high quality games, exquisitely designed for maximum fun, Blue Orange Games looks to the future with consistent ideals.

Choosing durable, feel-good materials, we pledge to produce games that last through generations and create cherished moments.

Designed to be easy to learn and to build upon important skills, our games invite families to unplug for hours of good old-fashioned fun.

Respect for the environment is a priority and we are committed to planting two trees for each one used to create our wooden games.

We would like to thank all the retailers and players around the world who support our games and make the value of play an everyday reality.

Ring It!


Clap and ring your way to victory! Players continuously flip their cards until a combo is found. Be the first to find the combo, clap your hands and ring the bell. Hesitation may cost you 1st place, but if you act too quickly you may make a mistake and face a penalty! Get ready for chaotic clapping followed by lots of laughter!!

What makes Ring It! so special is that players are encouraged to introduce a silly action before ringing the bell. Players' own creative spark will heighten the excitement of the game. Uproarious laughter is unavoidable, as they rush to remember the current round’s rule. It’s common to see one player mooing like a cow, while one pats their head, as another flaps their arms like a chicken! Get ready for chaotic clapping followed by lots of laughter!

This game is a lot of fun and quite silly.  We keep trying to remember to clap then ring the bell, but someone always forgets!!  I like that this is fun for all ages, and helps kids to think while having fun!!

This would make a perfect stocking stuffer!!  You can purchase the game at Blue Orange's site, or check here for a store near you!!

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This post is written by Sarah Coulsey. She is a Wife, and Mother of two boys living in New England. This post may contain affiliate links.

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