Yeti in My Spaghetti Review and Giveaway

Yeti in My Spaghetti from University games is perfect for all the family*. The game is as it sounds with a Yeti sitting on a pile of spaghetti in a bowl and you don’t want him to fall in!yeti in my spaghetti

How to Play Yeti in My Spaghetti

The game is set up by placing the bowl on a flat surface and randomly organising the spaghetti in a criss-cross fashion across the bowl. The Yeti is then placed on top – this is best done in the center but you can place him where you like. This is a game for two or more players and the oldest goes first.

The noodles are all different in the way they bend and curve and each player has to take away a piece of the spaghetti using just one hand (you can swap hands but only hold the spaghetti one hand at a time). The aim is not to let the Yeti fall into the bowl – and if it does then the player who was last at being successful to remove their spaghetti is declared the winner! It is okay if the Yeti is dangling – you only lose when it completely falls into the bowl (so you may even skillfully get down to the last piece of spaghetti!). You cannot test the noodles out – so the first one you touch is the one that you have to pull out. There are no instructions about what happens to excess noodles that fall out but we just assumed that they were just bonus ones that came away.yeti in my spaghetti

Conclusion of Yeti in My Spaghetti

 I loved that Yeti in My Spaghetti is such a straightforward game: With a minimal amount of (good quality) pieces it is easy to set up, put away and store (although it is a little annoying that the Yeti comes attached through the box so when it is removed there is a hole in the packaging which the spaghetti can fall out of). The rules are simple and straight-forward making it a game for even those who have difficulty understanding. Great for turn-taking, fine-motor skills and problem solving from a young age. It is great fun to play and I would recommend it.

National Unplugging Day is held on Sunday 25th June 2017 where everyone is urged to #GoGadgetFree and come together to release their inner child and break free from technology to re-connect with themselves and those they love. To celebrate I am giving away a game of Yeti in My Spaghetti to one lucky winner.

Just answer the question below in 10 words or more and enter the Rafflecopter.

 

Who would you play Yeti in My Spaghetti with and who do you think would be most likely to win?

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yeti in my spaghetti Yeti in My Spaghetti RRP: £19.99 available from Amazon

 

 

 

* from ages 4 plus but I am sure with help younger children could also understand and enjoy it

I received a free Yeti in My Spaghetti for purposes of review. All words and opinions are honest and my own.

60 thoughts on “Yeti in My Spaghetti Review and Giveaway”

  1. I would play this with my nephew and niece and either one of them would probably win,they are very competitive.

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  2. I would play with my kids, and my daughter would probably win, as she always seems ot, and she does’t cheat, just lucky

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  3. I’d like to play with my little boy. I wouldn’t be letting him win, but I suck at games like this so there’s a fair chance he would anyway!

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  4. I like the look of this, we had the Spaghetti with Yeti book so my kids are would think this was related to that (if you haven’t read it I dfeinitely recommend it!). I think my husband would probably win as he is super competitive whereas the kids would want it to fall so they could laugh!

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  5. I’d play with my son and hubby and I’d be most likely to win as I’m so competitive I find it tricky to let anyone else win 😉

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  6. I would play it with my partner and 2 girls (2 & 7) and I would hazard a guess that my 7 year old would win and my 2 year old will claim she one

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  7. I would love to play this with my 2 little girls, Autumn and Ella. We would have lots of fun. I would most likely win as they’re only 3 and 4.

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  8. I would play with my daughter Gracie and she would most definitely win as she does with most games that we play together!

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  9. I would play this with my husband and daughter. I think my husband would win just to wind up my daughter. She is very competitive!

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  10. I would play with my grandchildren and I would be determined to win as I’m very competitive but then two of my grandchildren are very competitive too 🙂

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