Recommended for ages 13+, the FUNNY OR DIE game from Hasbro comes with a stern warning that it includes "images of extreme stunts that should not be recreated, mild nudity, and other content that might be offensive to some players." So, I did what any good "Rock Father" should, and proceeded to play it with a four-year-old... albeit in a slightly amended form. That's in addition to a few New Years rounds played "grownup-style," so I can give you a first-hand account of how it's meant to be played.
With only four more days to order 'till Christmas (as of this writing), a lot of folks are still seeking those last-minute gift ideas, and one sure-fire hit is some classic board games from my friends at Winning Moves Games. Having already enjoyed their reproduction of the classic Ouija Board through the Halloween Season, this winter we've been spending time with Classic Yahtzee, Classic "Popomatic" Trouble, and Classic Sorry! Officially licensed by Hasbro, these games are quality versions of the now-retro originals that many folks had as kids. In fact, the Yahtzee and Trouble are the exact versions that I had as a kid in the 1980s. The big hit here at Rock Father HQ? Oh yes, it's Trouble...
Just in-time for the Fall Gaming season, the iconic Monopoly game has been reimagined as MONOPOLY EMPIRE. This time, instead of trading property, players get to build their Empire by owning some of the World's Top Brands. To celebrate the launch, the folks at Hasbro Games have teamed up with The Rock Father to get one lucky reader hooked up with the new game... a perfect addition to Hasbro Game Night at any home. Check out the full details and get those entries in below!
With Fall upon us bringing shorter days and longer nights, the time is ripe for bringing some classic games back into play. That said, the folks at HASBRO GAMES hit The Rock Father with details on some special savings on games including MONOPOLY, SCRABBLE, CLUE, OPERATION, BATTLESHIP, and more! These are printable coupons that can be redeemed at your favorite store through September 9.