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Disclosure: I received these products in exchange for a review. The opinions are all 100% my own and may differ from yours.

Does your family enjoying playing games? My family has always enjoyed sitting down and playing games. I’d love to play at least once a week and make a family night out of it. I think that would bring all of our families a lot closer too.


I was recently sent two games from Haywire Group to review. I received the Dicecapades! 2nd Edition and Bodydoodles The Tattoo Guessing Game.


My daughters enjoyed playing the Bodydoodles game. Since they are little, we played a little differently. This is a lot like charades, but you’re drawing on other people and guessing what they’re drawing on you.


This game was so much fun and it was funny as well. Everyone had a great time with this game. What you have to do is draw two cards and do what they say. One of them will have a body part and the other will have a doodle word to draw on someone. The body part is the part you draw on someone and the doodle word is the item you draw on them.


My daughters were having fun drawing on my husbands back with the markers. I helped them by telling them what the words said, and then they’d draw them on him. They’d even have him guess what they drew on him. They were having so much fun with it.


Dicecapades! 2nd Edition was a fun game as well. This game comes with many different types of dice. They’re all difference sizes and colors. It also comes with three different decks of cards that are three different colors.

You’ll start with the dice with the three colors red, yellow and blue on it. Then depending on the color it lands on, that’s the card you’ll take. All of the cards have different challenges on them. The red ones are trivia, blue are action and the yellow are thinking cards.

All of the red cards will also require the three colored dice. You’ll role it to figure out which trivia question you’ll answer. For example: One of the questions says, This restaurant is known for blizzards. You’ll have to answer that question and hopefully get it right.


The yellow cards can vary on which dice to use. An example of one of those yellow cards is: This card requires 6 white spot dice. Within 30 seconds, keep rolling all the white spot dice until you form six in a row. Set aside any dice that you want to use in the sequence.

The blue cards vary on the dice as well. For an example: This card requires 3 mini dice and 3 white spot dice. Take three mini dice and three white spot dice. Within 30 seconds, create a stack of all the dice in this order: mini die, spot die, mini die, spot die, etc.

If you’re looking for some great games to play with your friends and family, then I’d recommend both of these games. These are two of my newest favorite games.¬†They’re so much fun to play. They’re even better when you have a lot of people playing.

Disclosure: I received these products in exchange for a review. The opinions are all 100% my own and may differ from yours. 


  1. I don’t play games due to migraine but my kids loves just about any kind of games. We usually play board games together though. I love that your husband is so into it that he took all the writings like a pro lol. Great sport!

    • I love playing games! I get migraines a lot as well, but I always make time for some games. My husband wanted them to draw all over him. lol

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