Nickel-and-Diming w/ Nikki

Thursday, January 31

{Review & Giveaway} S'mores, the card game!



 S'mores is a super fun game to play as a family for hours of entertainment!! We love making s'mores but the fire and now that it is winter here in western NY, we can make them in the house! :)

My mom bought us a fireplace for our house for Christmas and my son thought it would be fun for us to play the s'mores game next to the fire. I thought it seemed suitable too!


The object of the game is to build a scrumptious s’more before your opponents.

 Once each player is dealt their 5 cards, the younger player goes first and they have two options. They can either take a card from the deck and discard one of theirs or take one from another player and give that player one of theirs. The game is suitable for up to 6 people and is hours of fun! 

Players get a higher point value based on the quality of s’more ingredients and the first person to collect all 4 ingredient cards and call out “S’more!”, wins!!

There are many cards that you can end up with too, my favorite is the burnt marshmallow...although I make them catch on fire when I make my own s'mores!



The S’more card game includes 70, 3 x 5” sturdy playing cards, printed with soy-based in on recycled paper. The cardstock is very sturdy and will withstand wear and tear very well. We had so much fun with this card game and will be playing it quite often I am sure! My 7 year old son gave it two thumbs up...and my two year old pretended to eat the box because it has a s'more on it...he gives it a "Mmmmmmm!!!" :)

S'mores, the card game, retails for only $5.99 and is sure to make family nights so much fun!!

Giveaway:

One lucky winner will win a S'mores Card Game!!

Please enter via the Rafflecopter form below: 





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4 comments:

latanya t said...

my husband and son

Amy W. said...

We would play this with our kids, but might try it with our American Heritage Girls troop as well.

jodi frasier said...

I would play with my daughter's .. Thanks

Marysa said...

My two girls :)

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