Family fun with the Ginger Fox Games Club

Having fun as a family isn’t easy in among the madness of school homework, housework, blog work and more. It’s hard to find the time to spend together during the week so we make it our solemn duty to declare Sunday afternoons – family time. It’s the one day, each week that we can all huddle care-free {mostly} around the table and to play a few games as a family – with a few snacks, obviously!

We have a good range of board games which, if I’m honest, can do with a little updating. So I was really happy when Ginger Fox Games got in touch asking us, as a family, if we would like to be apart of their Ginger Fox games club. 

The first pair of games that we received were Which One? – Which was a game that I had never heard of, so I was excited to give that a go and the other one is called Cat Chaos. I was happy to see that both games were for two age groups – this made me happy because one was aimed at teenagers and adults and the other one could be played from ages 8yrs+. 

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Which One? {RRP £18} Is a question & answer matching game {with a twist!} and an age range of 14yrs+. The aim of the game is, you need to match the Which One? questions to the right answers to win points – simple enough but just one incorrect answer can cost you the game! 

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There are so many general knowledge topics which I found really interesting, such as Dustin Hoffman movies, British sitcoms, Bones, Queen songs, Flag colours and so many more. You can also play it on your own or together in a group. When we played together as a group it was fun to see what we all had knowledge in, for example for my husband is was topics like Presidents wives & Star Wars actors, for me it was video games & Wars & my daughter smashed the Disney Films & cartoon animal topics. 

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We are quite a competitive family – my husband & eldest daughter especially – so the pressure is on when we play this and it’s certainly one I look forward to playing. 

The game was Cat Chaos {RRP £8} – this game, when I opened it made me chuckle. The cards have cats on them {obviously} but they are dressed as a named after celebrities – such as Luke Skywhisker, The Purrminator {my personal favourite} and there is even a Hairy Potter! 

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The aim of the game is to collect your matching sets of ‘cat-suits’ which can be exchanged through a pile in the middle of the table. It’s a simple and fun game to play with just two players and can be played with up to eight players – however, I think after playing it was 4 of us, playing with 8 would just be insane! 

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Nevertheless, though, it is a fun game for us all to play we all this the celebrity cat illustrations are hilarious! 

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I think both games would make excellent gifts for Christmas – perfect for all the family to play together after filling their bellies with roast potatoes & turkey! Hmm, is it Christmas, yet? 

Disclosure: I was kindly sent both of these games for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, photos & opinions are entirely my own. 



  1. Chrissy Faery
    08/12/2017 / 10:55 AM

    Oh my goodness! As a dedicated cat-lady I need Cat Chaos in my life! Hehe! 😀 I love playing board (and card) games with the family too – especially over Christmas! xx

  2. 08/12/2017 / 12:36 PM

    oh my gosh my husband LOVES cats he would love this for Christmas! x

  3. 08/12/2017 / 3:50 PM

    My family would love Cat Chaos! That looks like a brilliant and fun game. I love the illustrations too. A great game to take if you are travelling over Christmas.

  4. Joanna Davis
    08/12/2017 / 4:43 PM

    I would love to play Cat Chaos (big cat lover here, haha). I can spot the funny names and Jude Paw is absolutely adorable! 🙂 Which one sounds like a great game as well, especially if you are playing with your entire family.

  5. 08/12/2017 / 4:49 PM

    These seem like such great games for a cosy night in with some friends or on a rainy day with the family! What a great idea, they would make great stocking fillers!

  6. 08/12/2017 / 4:50 PM

    Which one sounds like a good game! I love playing a good board game x

  7. 08/12/2017 / 5:34 PM

    We love playing board games in our house, especially at christmas, these both seem like great games but would love to play Which One x

  8. 08/12/2017 / 7:32 PM

    I’m always on the look out for interesting new games. Which One? looks like a fab game, I definitely need to get one as a present for someone this Christmas.

  9. Laura Dove
    08/12/2017 / 10:56 PM

    Ooh we love a good game at Christmas! Which one sounds like something all the family could really enjoy!

  10. 08/12/2017 / 11:14 PM

    There is nothing quite like having a good game for Christmas, I remember playing one after dinner, these sound such fun as well.

  11. 09/12/2017 / 6:37 AM

    This is such a fab idea I love a good old board game. Cat chaos sounds ace x

  12. 09/12/2017 / 7:25 AM

    Love the sound of these! My kids would love them too, I think – a great stocking filler idea!

  13. 09/12/2017 / 8:25 AM

    These are fab for family get together sober Christmas. I like the sound of which one x

  14. 09/12/2017 / 9:38 AM

    These sound like lots of fun for a game night for teens and adults

  15. kirstyralph11
    09/12/2017 / 10:35 AM

    Sounds like a great game for teenagers and a better way to get them to interact than using a phone!

  16. Jen
    10/12/2017 / 10:30 AM

    I love board games, and find that the best time we get to play them is at Christmas when the family is back together again. So I like to buy them as presents. The cat chaos game would be ideal for my crazy cat daughter, she would absolutely love it.

  17. Jazmin Williams
    11/12/2017 / 2:59 PM

    This looks like such a fab game to play Christmas Day! We also have Exploding Kittens to play, too.

    • 12/12/2017 / 9:20 AM

      Exploding Kittens is a game I have on my list to Santa! ha! It looks amazing!

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