Winning Moves was founded in 1995 and is a leading maker of board games, card games, and puzzles. Winning Moves has formed a relationship with one of the largest game makers, Hasbro, Inc., owner of Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley. Winning Moves is always looking for new games and toys to add to their line of products and these new products do not disappoint. There is not anything I enjoy more than hanging out on the couch or around the kitchen table spending time with the family and playing games. With Halloween right around the corner Winning Moves has the games to make your party a hit.
Ouija Classic from Winning Moves is a classic game whether you call it Wee-Gee or Wee-Ja! Just ask it a question and wait to see what answer the Mystifying Oracle will reveal to you. This game is the real deal, no flimsy cardboard here, it features a sturdy wooden board for years of enjoyment.
We are all familiar with the game of Clue and Clue Suspect Card game brings that same mystery experience into a card game that can be played anywhere. Use your hand of cards to determine the suspect, weapon and location of the crime. Was it Colonel Mustard in the Dining Romm with the Knife? A true Clue experience is “in the cards!”
I love the game of Monolpoly, such a classic, but it can take hours to complete a game. We love Monopoly Advance to Boardwalk, a hit spin off from the 80’s that is just as fun, but can be completed in a fraction of the time. Players compete to build multi-level, high rise hotels along the historic seaside boardwalk. The player with the most valuable property portfolio wins!
Are you ready to get your Halloween party started? Check out these games and more at winning-moves.com! Queen of Reviews has teamed up with Winning Moves to offer all of these great games to one of my lucky readers. Just enter below and be sure to show Winning Moves some love on facebook, twitter,Pinterest and YouTube. Good luck!
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