- Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ FREE UK delivery
+ £5.13 UK delivery
The Logo Board Game
|Price:||£16.49 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
|You Save:||£16.50 (50%)|
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
- Trivia board game
- Includes 400 cards with 1600 questions
- Identify images and answer questions based on logos, products and packaging of the UK's most well-known brands
- 30 minute game play
- For 2 to 6 players
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
This product is subject to specific safety warnings
The Logo Board Game of things you know and love. For 2-6 players aged 12 to Adult. Our life is full of things. From chocolate to cereal, football to flowers--and they all have logos. The Logo board game is all about those logos and the things wrapped up in them. It taps into the knowledge we've piled up over our lives and adds a few astonishing facts and surprises to entertain the whole family. It's easy to learn and fun to play. Just answer the questions to leap around the board. The first player to answer correctly in the winning zone wins.
Top Customer Reviews
The premise of the game, as you might expect, relies on Logo and brand / advertising recognition. You cycle through coloured questions, for each one you get right you move a space, how far you move varies depending on colours but effectively you get big bonus points for being able to answer 4 questions in a row.
The logo and brand recognition is fun but when we played this with younger children they found it a little boring as roughly 50% of the cards were for older 90s brands that they just didn't have a chance of recognising, whereas all aged 20 plus did, so the kids kind of lost interest.
The game can be played individually or in teams which, for us, is when this game is most fun. It's especially amusing when a team member is trying to answer a question on their own, and they don't know the answers, but other team members are bursting at the seems to give the right answer.
I have uploaded a couple of images of the boards and the question cards so you get an idea of the type of game play.
One small downside to the game is if you play it regularly enough you do start to recall answers from previous games, which isn't ideal but also unavoidable I guess. It would be great if you could buy expansion packs for the cards that are updates to keep the game more varied. That said we're looking forwards to getting the game out again this Christmas, one of the more fun board games we own. Recommended if the idea of naming logos and ad statements appeals to you (which it does to us!).
Had loads of laughs with the 2 families competing (ages 7 upwards). Adults felt old remembering things from the 70s, and kids giggled at some of the old straplines.
Disagree with all those people commenting that it's only for thickos who watch loads of TV. We all take in brand messages all the time - through TV, online, packaging etc . This game actually stimulated a discussion with our kids about how sneaky & clever marketing is, and how advertisers use colours/shapes/words to influence you - they were fascinated, and are now much more critical of what they see in the shops!
Agree that we need some extra cards now!
Even the kids have enjoyed playing. Simple game play involves moving a counter to the corresponding colour on the game board when you get a question right. No fussy set up, or complicated rules and pieces, just a board some counters and a box of questions.
The questions are fabulous, even our 6 year got involved.
Sample questions include; How many different flavours are there in pack of Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles? Which Swedish home products retailer was founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943? What is the number one best selling brand of crackers in the UK? Which soft drinks company was originally called the British Vitamin Products Company?
This game is really relevant to the UK market with occasional questions on the big organisations like Mc Donalds and Coke, but overall a great UK based game.
Having played this for the best part of the day, we are now awaiting a top up pack of questions as we will soon be through the box.
Come on Drumond lets get some top up cards.
Buy it and have some great traditional family fun. You will not be disappointed.
give it a go, its a lot of fun.
I have already recommended it to friends as a good game for 10 years upwards and also for those that sometimes fight shy of board games.
It is and will continue to be an excellent perchase. Well done Drummond Games - worth every penny even though I saw it £5 cheaper after I had bought it from John Lewis!