Wonder Forge,Richard Scarry’s Busytown Eye Found It! Game Review & Giveaway!!! #HolidayGiftGuide

Thanksgiving weekend we had a lot of great family time.  It was much-needed and greatly enjoyed.  We took a lot of time to play and just sit and talk.  My husband and I played Richard Scarry’s Busytown Eye Found It! Game with our little guys.
It’s a great game that has a huge board that connects in three pieces.  The game is very interactive and keeps little ones engaged.  In the game you need to get everyone on the ferry and to the picnic before the pigs eat all the food. Along the way you solve mysteries and race through Busytown.  We all enjoyed searching for the objects to find as many as we could before the timer ran out.
Mommy Ramblings things Richard Scarry’s Busytown Eye Found It!  is a great game and we are adding it to our 2013 Holiday Gift Guide!!!  You can buy Busytown Eye Found It!  at Amazon.com.
Richard Scarry's Busytown Eye Found It! Game
Richard Scarry's Busytown Game

Race around town solving mysteries! How many objects can you find? Join Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm on a fun-filled race around Busytown to solve mysteries and find hidden objects. Drive through lively city streets, an activity-filled farm, an action-packed airport, and a bustling harbor full of silly boats. There’s much to discover on this gigantic, colorful game board that’s over six feet long! As players race through Busytown, they’ll team up every time someone lands on Goldbug—leaving no corner of the board unexplored as they discover hidden objects and race toward Picnic Island. With hundreds of objects to find this game provides hours of fun, while building confidence each time a child says, “I found it!”

How Many Can You Find!?
Pig Will and Pig Won’t are on a mission to eat all the food on Picnic Island! Using the illustrated, over six-foot long game board, you’ll work as a team to make it to Picnic Island before they eat the food! Work together with other players to find hidden objects like buckets, traffic lights, flags, or ladders! Everyone gets a chance to say, “I Found It!”—the faster you find the hidden objects the faster you’ll move! How to play, snapshot!After setting up the game board, placing the ferry at the end of the road, and the food items on Picnic Island, everyone chooses a mover. On your turn, the spinner will tell you to move, take away one food item from Picnic Island and spin again, or solve a Goldbug Mystery! To solve a Goldbug Mystery you flip a Goldbug Card and work as a team to find the item on that card on the game board. For each item your team finds you get to move forward a space. To win, all players must be on the ferry and arrive at Picnic Island before the pigs eat all the food.


Wonder Forge has won over 120 prestigious awards by creating good-for-you games that encourage teamwork, healthy competition, and get-up-and-go active play! Disney Princess Pretty as a Picture Matching keeps little ones engaged and having fun, while it promotes key preschool learning skills.

What’s In The Box?
1 Game Board in three sections, 4 Movers, 4 Mover Bases, 1 Spinner, 1 Ferry Tile, 10 Magnifying Glass Tokens, 6 Food Tiles, 30 Goldbug Cards, 1 Sand Timer, 1 Game Rules Manual. Richard Scarry’s Busytown Eye Found it! Game is intended for 2-4 players ages 3 and up!

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Wonder Forge is sponsoring a giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!  One lucky blog reader will win their own Richard Scarry’s Busytown Eye Found It! Game!  Thank you Wonder Forge for the review game and for sponsoring this Eye Opening giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!!!  Open to US residents.

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18 Responses to Wonder Forge,Richard Scarry’s Busytown Eye Found It! Game Review & Giveaway!!! #HolidayGiftGuide

  1. Cassandra Eastman

    My son also wants the Curious George Hide & Seek Zoo game!

  2. Sarah

    I like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Flying Attack Board Game! Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway! 🙂

  3. Janet W.

    Another game I like is the Chuggington Traintastic Cargo Game.

  4. Debbie Jackson

    Chuggington traintastic cargo game for my little fans

  5. Elizabeth

    I would love to get my son the Curious George Hide and Seek Zoo.

  6. Carl

    I like the idea behind the Mythbusters game. It looks fun and educational.


    Another great toy is the Who Shook Hook? game

  8. bonnye s

    we would love to play the Sofia the First Surprise Slides! Game

  9. Jessica B.

    Enchanted Cupcake
    Party Game

  10. Angie Moeller

    Enchanted Cupcake
    Party Game

  11. Cassandra Hayes

    We like the fly and go seek

  12. I like the Jake and the Neverland Pirates Matching game.

  13. Gianna

    Eye Found It!™ Game.

  14. lisa

    Jake and the Neverland Pirates Matching

  15. Sarah

    I don’t think I pasted my tweet correctly in the Rafflecopter form for 12/7… it’s https://twitter.com/sarebstare/status/409488470390738944. Thank you.

  16. Karen Medlin

    I like the Disney Planes Matching Game

  17. Terry Maigi

    Would love to try out the Who Shook Who? game! It looks so fun!

  18. Mayla M

    Ii think my son would like the TMNT Flying Attack Board Game.

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