KOOB The Viking Game Giveaway – ENDED

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“Legend has it the very first KOOB players lived all the way in Scandinavia. In fact, it is said that Vikings themselves played KOOB more than 1,000 years ago with sticks and firewood gathered through their many worldly voyages.  Today, anyone can play inside or out in the fresh air. Enjoy belly-laughing fun for the whole crew during your next BBQ, family get-together, picnic, staff party, beach trip or birthday bash.”

With the Holidays here, I am always looking for new and exciting products that the whole family can enjoy together.  I was given the fun opportunity to review KOOB The Viking Game and will say this game definitely is created to be enjoyed by everyone. The game is suitable for players 5 years of age and older and is very easy to set up! I love the simplicity behind the object of the game, but it is way harder than you think.  Throwing a stick and knocking something down may seem easy, but it is a lot harder than one may think.

Since the weather is not permitting right now, I tried the game out in the living room. I was able to get the feel for how the game is played and think this is such a fun family game that can be enjoyed anytime! I like that the game keeps everyone that is participating active.  The fact that the game is quick to setup and super fast to put away is also a plus.  I can’t even count the number of fun “outdoor activities” we have had over the years that ended up in the garbage because pieces got lost. However, KOOB The Viking Game is made to last and be enjoyed for years to come!

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One Lucky Reader will win their very own KOOB The Viking Game!


  1. deanna_boocock says:

    fav is The Grinch

  2. Melissa Normandin says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life

  3. jennifer miescher says:

    my favorite holiday movie is Rudolph the Red nosed Reigndeer and my next favorite is the Grinch

  4. Donna Marie says:

    The Santa clause