On the eleventh day of Christmas The Playful Parent gave away, Strike the board game.  Ravensburgers motto “Enjoyment. Education. Togetherness. Since 1883,” truly explains what their games are all about. Some of the best games we have on our shelf are by this famous and fabulous company. Villainous is wicked fun but we also enjoy El Dorado. I’m super excited they were able to send us a copy of Strike!


Strike is an excellent family game designed for two to five players ages 8 and up. This game plays a lot like Yatzee with a battle twist. In this battle of luck, throw your dice into the arena in the attempt to gain more dice. You can strike other dice to change their faces and than collect matching sets.  However, watch out…if you roll an X, your die is completely removed from the game!  The last player with dice wins the game!  Our family found this game to be a lot of fun. Since it is easy to learn and doesn’t have a lot of complicated rules, even my six year old caught on fast and enjoyed playing. This is the perfect game for when you want a low key game night. The board game comes in classic play or a Harry Potter Series. To learn more about this game or to add it to your board game collection visit Ravensburger’s website.


You can enter three ways to win a copy of Strike. Either on FacebookInstagram or on the website. Simply like the post and comment who’s the most competitive person in your family. Also, please feel free to tag and share with friends; lets spread holiday cheer and have some fun! Day eleven will be open to enter until midnight on December 11, 2020. A winner will be randomly drawn and announced the next day. To learn more about The Christmas Eve Jingle Event and 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway click on the LINK.

*Thank you Ravensburger for donating this game. The Playful Parent is a 501(c)(3) and writes reviews and hosts giveaway to promote learning through play. The Playful Parent is not paid to work with companies and shares information with a non-biased opinion. All content and photos are property of The Playful Parent and may not be used without permission.*