Playing Games as a Familia

I tried to initiate a “game night” at our house and while we haven’t made a habit of playing a particular day each week, we do play more often than we used to. One game we play is Say Anything family edition. My favorite thing about Say Anything, (besides the fact that it’s fun and everyone in the family likes it), is that it’s easy to set up, easy to learn, easy to play, and easy to clean up. I also like that I can just translate the questions to Spanish when I read them although they’re in English. (I ask the boys to write their answers in Spanish when they can, too.)

Wits & Wagers (family edition), is another game by North Star Games that we’ve played and like.

Whether you’ve played any of these games before or not, there’s a fun contest going on right now that you can participate in. Here are the details:


North Star Games is looking for new questions for their Say Anything and Wits & Wagers game cards – and they’re asking YOU to submit them! If they choose your question, it will be used in a special edition of the game along with (example below)

A sample game card shows how your name/photo might appear along with “ fan”


Go to the North Star Games Facebook page and submit your question. (NOTE: Do not leave your submission on! Questions not submitted directly to North Star Games via their Facebook page can not be considered.)

Important! Be sure to mention in your entry so they know what to print on the game card along with your name if you’re chosen.


Right now! The Facebook contest starts today, June 25th 2012, and runs for two weeks.


At the end of the contest, North Star Games will pick their favorite questions which will be printed and included in a limited edition Facebook Fan Promo Pack of their games. The chosen winners will receive all three limited edition Facebook Fan Promo Pack games.

The very best questions will make it into future print editions of their games and will be made available in stores nationwide!

Good luck! Now go enter!

Disclosure: This is not a paid or sponsored post. I received no monetary compensation for this post. I received games from North Star Games with no obligation to review them and will also receive games if a reader of has their question chosen in the Facebook contest. All opinions are my own.

One thought on “Playing Games as a Familia

  1. This is sooo great! But I especially love your idea of having the boys write their thoughts in Spanish. Something to definitely pass on to my spouse who’s wanting oh-so much to learn Spanish that he’s trying his luck on the first of three books… Spanish for dummies… that arrived days ago.

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