I’ve been getting my BOO( 👻 )yah on lately by getting ready for Halloween. Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays because my youngest daughter was born in October and we always had a big Halloween party for her Birthday (which kind of made up for the fact that I lived most of my adult life deep in the country where my only neighbors were animals). I didn’t get to experience the fun of Trick or Treaters. Now that my kids are grown with their own kids, I decided to move closer to them and that’s how it came to be that I moved to the city. I now have Trick or Treaters that come yearly and I’ve really been enjoying getting ready for them and Halloween each year.
I’m surrounded by kids in my apartment complex that love to come over and check on me often. I really think they come to play with my dog but no matter why they come, I absolutely adore them and enjoy their company when my back pain allows. Because I feel bad that I’m not physically able to enjoy their company on a daily basis (unresolved failed back surgery), I try to make up for it by having fun little things for them to do when they come over. This week, I had a new game for them to play with and as you can tell from my title, it’s called Johnny The Skull Pirate’s Cove. I pulled it out yesterday and let them figure it out without my help just to see how hard it is. It’s not hard. At all. They had it figured out within minutes and I have to be honest, it’s the easy games that I tend to hang on to. The object of this game is to blast the ghosts to get a treasure. It’s been a big hit with the kids and I’m sure it will be with your kids as well. This game is for multiple players (or even a single-player) ages 4+.
The makers of this fun game are sponsoring a giveaway so that 5 of you can experience this game first hand, free of charge. Before continuing to the giveaway, check out the below video to learn more.
You must live in the US or Canada to be eligible to win. For the remainder of the giveaway, I will tack this post to my home page for easy access.