Christmas Stocking Stuffers – 2 Games For The Whole Family! (Review)

by bosssanders on December 9, 2011 with 1 comment

Family Talk 2 is a conversation game – it has 100 cards, each with a thought-provoking question to inspire fun and thoughtful conversations with your family and friends.  To play, simply pick a card and ask the question!  This game is a great way to get a glimpse into the hearts and minds of those you care about!  What’s more is that it’s incredibly portable – so, take it on car trips or play it around the Christmas tree (or table!)  Either way, you’re sure to have a blast!

Retails at $9.99  / Ages: 3 & up /  2 + players

The Lumps Legend: Children around the world have been so good over the past few years; lumps of coal have built up at the North Pole. Puzzled by what to do with the excess coal; Santa’s elves decided to create an exciting new game that uses lumps of coal of all shapes and sizes. The game is so much fun, good little boys and girls, for the first time ever, are excited to get lumps of coal in their stocking!

Lumps, the Elf Coal Game is a family-friendly dice game for ages 6 and up.  It can be played with one player or up to 100, making it a great game for anywhere!  It’s compact size and easy rules make it a great game for all ages!


One lucky reader will win both of these games! To enter, simply follow them on twitter (#ContinuumGames) of “like” them on Facebook.  (Then, come back here and let me know which you did in the comments!)  Contest ends December 16, 2011 at noon CST.

And, for ALL of our readers, they are offering 15% off purchases made on their website – just use the code: funforallages

Disclaimer:  I received these games as part of a review.  Like always, my thoughts and opinions are my own and are not swayed in any way.

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  • Katie

    I liked you on Facebook. Actually- I like you in real life too!

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