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Drumond Park Electronic Og on the Bog

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PRODUCT: Drumond Park Electronic Og on the Bog (www.drumondpark.com)Drumond Park Og on the Bog

DESCRIPTION: A 2-4 player turn based electronic board game based on players trying to steal Og's loo rolls before he blows his bog! The game includes Og on his bog, 12 x loo rolls, 1 x pole, 1 x pole base, 1 x spinner, and instructions. Requires 3 x AA batteries (not included). Suitable for up to four players of ages 5 years upwards.

GOOD POINTS: Og on the Bog is an explosively fun and addictive electronic game from Drumond Park which is bound to cause more than a few giggles as the tension builds up!

The aim of the game is to try to sneak round and steal Og's loo rolls while he's 'busy' in his bog...before he gets too carried away and blows it apart with an explosive parp!

The game contains good quality components, including a plastic bog with collapsable sides, and a thick cardboard spinner with fun illustrations and tree truck spinning arrow. Og himself is wonderfully detailed with lots of expression!

Some minimal set-up is required prior to play, involving inserting batteries into the base of the 'bog', attaching the loo role pole to its base, attaching the base to the bog, and placing the loo rolls onto the pole. All four walls of Og's bog must be raised and upright. Each player is given one loo roll to start.

Play begins with each player taking turns to spin the spinner. If the spinner lands on a red cross then it is not safe for the player to 'tip-toe' to Og's bog, so their turn is over. If it lands of the hand holding a loo roll then the player can steal a loo roll from another player. If it lands on a green tick then they can try to steal a loo roll from Og's loo roll pole. To do this, the player pushes down the front step of the bog to check if Og has heard them. If Og shouts out something then he's heard them and they must 'run away' (i.e. their turn is over). If Og just grunts or farts then he has not heard them and they continue to try to steal a loo roll from the pole...they'll need a steady hand though...if they wobble too much then Og might shout out, which means that player's turn is over. 

But beware, at some point during the game Og will do such an outrageous fart that he will explode his bog! Whoever's turn this happens on has to give up two of their loo rolls and return them to the pole.

For a two-three player game, play ends when a player has collected four loo rolls. For four players, the first person to collect three loo rolls is the winner.

In our opinion, this very amusing game has a great combination of sound effects and gameplay to keep all players on the edge of their seats. It is simple enough for younger players to understand and is bound to raise a few smiles among even the oldest of players...a great gift for Christmas!

BAD POINTS: Batteries (rechargeable batteries can be used) are not included as is typical with most electronic games.

PRICE: £22.99

 

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