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Kid’s Game Review and Giveaway: Who’s The Princess? *WINNER ANNOUNCED*

There isn’t a shortage of move along a path, collect pieces, and race to the finish games on toy store shelves.  Does that entire sentence need hyphens?  Not sure.  What I do know is that this kind of game can seem tedious to elders and kids alike after a short while if there isn’t a strong concept, fun art, or enough potential variety to warrant repeated plays.  The Busytown Eye Found It! Board Game works.  Does Who’s The Princess?

Who’s The Princess?, from Pressman Toys, does indeed lend itself to sustainable attractiveness because it takes the urban planning approach to board game design: build up!  There’s a 3-D, depth element to this game board and its game pieces that is a delight for young children (okay, mostly girls – and I say that as a staunch anti-gender bias fella). The idea is rather simple – players fill their carriage with an invitation, tiara and other princess-positive items as their color-coordinated royal girl moves through the enchanted forest in hopes of being the first to reach the castle. Along the way, you’re gonna wanna watch out for that nasty wicked witch!

There’s no reinventing the wheel here, but that’s okay. The concept is a proven winner and so is Who’s The Princess?

*OWTK received a sample of Who’s The Princess? for review considerations.  The opinions expressed above are unbiased and honest.


**Congrats to Heather C (@Hyzennthlay), the winner of the Who’s The Princess? Game! Thanks to all who entered.**

Want a copy of Who’s The Princess? for your little girl? Easy Peesy. Simply leave a comment here telling me what your favorite board/card game was as a child? Got it? Good. But wait, there’s more ways to enter this fine giveaway!

  • Like the OWTK Facebook page (then leave an additional comment here telling me you Like OWTK on FB).
  • Follow OWTK on Twitter (then leave an additional comment here telling me you are a follower).
  • Tweet about this giveaway up to once per day (each tweet counts as a separate entry)! Simply cut & paste this bold text into your Twitter feed: I just entered to win a Princess Board Game from @OWTK – https://owtk.com/?p=9915

All entries must be received by Thursday, August 11th @ 11:55pm ET. I’ll pick the winner the following day.

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  1. My favorite board game when I was a kid was “go to the head of the class”! I also really wanted MouseTrap, but my parents would never buy it for me because it had too many pieces.

  2. I follow you on Twitter (@hyzennthlay)

  3. I loved Monopoly and Uno as a kid!

  4. I like you on facebook (Darcie Kayes)

  5. I follow you on twitter (@dmkayes1)

  6. Uno was always a favorite at our house!

  7. I liked Candyland and Battleship.

  8. tina reynolds says:

    I loved playing monopoly and memory thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com

  9. tina reynolds says:

    I like you on facebook (mrstinareynolds thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com

  10. tina reynolds says:

    I follow you on twitter @eaglesforjack thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

  11. Katherine A says:

    My favourite board game as a child was ‘Sorry’. I still have the very same game next to me, but have to say I haven’t played it with my own kids yet.

  12. Katherine A says:

    I liked OWTK on facebook

  13. Katherine A says:

    Following OWTK on Twitter as @mumoffunkids

  14. Katherine A says:

    I tweeted the giveaway as @mumoffunkids

  15. I like you on Facebook.

  16. I loved playing UNO when I was little 🙂

  17. Elizabeth Young says:

    I am a fan on FB, Following on Twitter. Also, Tweeted about the giveaway.

    My favorite game as a kid was MOUSETRAP!

  18. Stacy Rosen says:

    Favorite board game was MONOPOLY since I could beat my sister every time, but then she just started quitting 1/2 hour into it, so really we ended up playing SORRY most of the time. Oh, and Hungry Hungry Hippos!!

  19. i loved candyland 🙂

  20. i follow OWTK on twitter @1589m

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