*New* Blue Orange Games

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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.
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One thing that my family loves to do is play board games. My daughters are always wanting to play games, so we play almost every day. I love it because it gets the kids thinking and some of these games are very educational. It’s a great way to have some fun with your kids as well. It keeps them from using electronics too, so that’s always a huge plus. I would rather see my daughters having fun with something other than an electronic.

Blue Orange Games has some great games for children to play. I recently received two of their games to try out. I got the games called Dr. Eureka and another one called Fast Flip. Both of these games involve a lot of thinking. It really gets your brain working, which is great for children. That’s one of the things I love about these games.

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Dr. Eureka is an exciting game. My daughters and I have had so much fun with this one. This is one that you have to move fast and you have to think fast. Everyone gets to start off with three containers. Each of those containers will have two of each color balls in it. There are purple, red and green. Then you have a stack of cards with different photos on them. Once you flip one of these cards over, you must try do exactly what the card says. Each of these cards show the different colored balls in each of the containers. You’ll have to use your containers to pour the balls in the other containers to try to match up the colors on the card. You can not use your hands to do this either. You just have to keep pouring them in to the containers until you get them all matched up. This is where it can get tricky. You’ll have to be quick in this game and think fast too.

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Fast Flip is another game about being quick. There are actually a few ways that you can play this game. One of the ways is to use the token pieces and lay them all over so everyone can reach them. Then you have the cards that you have to use different sides for each. In the photo I show above, I’ve got one with all the fruit on it and then one has just a raspberry on it. That means that you have to count how many raspberries you see on the card with multiple fruit and be the first person to grab the token with the right number on it. In this case, it would be the number four since there are four raspberries. Some of the cards will also have numbers on them instead of a piece of fruit. If it has a number on it, then you will have to figure out which fruit has that many number fruits on the card with the multiple fruit. Lets say that the card had a one on it. Then I would want to grab the banana token since there is one banana on the card. It’s actually a very fun and simple game to play. You just have to be a quick thinker to play this game. I usually let my daughters play this one together because I’m always to fast for them. That way they get a chance to win too.

If you’re looking for some fun games to play with your children, I’d highly recommend checking out the Blue Orange Games. We had so much fun with these games and we still play them almost every day.

Which of these games would you enjoy playing with your family?

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

106 Comments

  1. My youngest has gotten into a science phase where he just loves anything science-related, so Dr. Eureka looks right up his alley. Seriously, he plays games where he assigns everyone in the room a field of study (Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Math) and we have to play out that character. If I don’t get him Dr. Eureka, I may be doing this kid a disservice.

  2. We are such fans of Blue Orange Games. We have a whole bunch of them and love that they help kids learn and families have fun. Thanks for sharing

  3. As a trained scientist anything that turns kids onto science I am going to love. My youngest stepdaughter is ten, so she may be a little past this, BUT it’s something to hold onto for the future. My oldest stepdaugher is expecting YAY! 🙂 Soon enough we’ll be playing board games with her.

    • That’s so great to hear! I love playing this game, so you may be surprised to see who actually loves playing games!! Even games that are meant for younger kids I still love playing. 🙂

  4. Ooh these sound like fun! I love playing family games where you have to think fast. We always seem to laugh so much more when we play that type of board game. I’ll have to check out the Blue Orange games!

  5. Love game time! Though my baby is 18, the memories of games together make keeping the tradition alive easy to do. This sounds great!

  6. This is a fun game to get kids interested in science! The accessories that come with it are adorable as well. It’s worth a try, definitely!

  7. I grew up playing board games, but haven’t done much of that with my own family. Sounds like these games would be fun ways to encourage some family game nights.

    • Blue Orange Games has so many great games that deal with thinking. I have a few of their other games as well and they’re so fun!

  8. My family has a family game night at least once a month. We used to have it every week but things got busy and we got used to some of the games we play. I like this game you suggested and will give it a try!

    • I love family game night. I’m trying to make it once a week as well and it does get hard…even once a month would be good.

  9. This game loads with so much fun! Glad to see games like this as our generation today mostly rely on gadgets. This is a great way to spend more time with the family!

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