Gamesformotion puts a twist on Classic Games with Chocolate! #HolidayGiftIdea
Monopoly and Scrabble are two of my most favorite board games in the world,when I was a kid I used to play these games with my dad and uncle, I would win most of the time and they would give me $5 every time I won which was awesome. Now I have just been introduced to chocolate versions of these games and a few others! Yes, you heard it right!
Gamesformotion has developed into a leading international Games Specialist when it comes to chocolate editions of classic favorites. All of the chocolate versions of the games have the same essential features as their famous counterparts, except that their cards and letter tiles have been replaced with the finest Belgian milk chocolate encased within printed wrappers.
Rules for all of the games have been slightly modified by Gamesformotion to ensure they’re always fun and easy to play no matter what your age. Instead of just playing to win, you might win tons of chocolate in real life! Candy Land, Monopoly, Clue, Battleship and more, which all exclusively feature these luxurious, edible Belgian chocolate game pieces.
This November GamesforMotion is making their amazing games available in the united states, just in time for the holidays and I think these will make wonderful Christmas gifts!
The first game we checked out was Candy Land, I figured it would be the easiest for Dylan to play, all of the peices are made with chocolate and there was a bonus coin in the middle that was included in the other 3 games I received too!
The Candy Land Game came with little paper figures that you put together and move around the board, the games are easy to play and Dylan was excited about the chocolate!
When I get board games for Christmas I love playing them, when my kid gets one for christmas he usually doesn’t know what to do with it and these are perfect because it’s mainly about the chocolate!
You can purchase these games in stores around the US such as Target, Kmart, Bath, Bed and Beyond and other shopping outlets, they retail for $9.99 each which I think makes an exceptionally good price for a game filled with chocolates!
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