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Having 2 teenage boys, a tween and a preschooler, it can be difficult to find games that include and engage everyone.

Then we discovered Dobble!

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“What is it?”, I hear you ask. Well GENIUS would be the short answer. It’s a card game where you match symbols, but it’s nothing like the games of Snap that we played as children. Imagine a pimped up, all singing, all dancing version. A game that is simple enough for children to learn and play – yet fast paced enough to keep even the coolest of teens involved!

There are 55 cards with 8 symbols per card from the 50 available. There is only one identical symbol in common between each card and you just need to find it faster than your opponents.

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The instructions are easy to follow and even include 5 mini games; The Towering Inferno, The Well, The Poisoned Gift, The Hot Potato and Gotta Catch Them All.

My boys instantly loved this game. I love it because it’s rare to find something we all love – and the OCD mum in me adores the fact that the cards come in a sturdy, stackable tin rather than a flimsy cardboard box (meaning the game will last a lot longer!)

I am not surprised to learn that Dobble is the No1 selling game in France across all games and still rising in sales – currently you can buy it on Amazon and Tesco Direct with a RRP of £12.99

Also, a recent addition to the Dobble family is Dobble Kids – a slightly simpler version with 30 different animals on 30 cards, with each card displaying 6 animals.

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Again, there are 5 mini games; Hide and Seek, The five-fingers Of A Hand, The Tower Of Doom, The Well and The Unwelcome Gift. This game is suitable from age 4 and up and is equally as enjoyable.

The sixdegreesofharmony household definitely give Dobble and Dobble Kids a huge thumbs up 👍

*Disclaimer – we were kindly given Dobble and Dobble Kids to review but all opinions are my own*

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