Friday, November 14, 2008

Review and Giveaway: Kubit2me Games

My family has always enjoyed playing games. It’s a great way for adults and kids to bond and share some laughter over a little friendly competition. Games make great gifts, too, especially for the holidays! After the presents are opened, everyone can gather around the table after dinner and join in on the fun. Many people play the traditional games, like Scrabble or Monopoly, but I often like to discover something new. So, I’m excited that I found a new line of games this year for our family. Played with a really funky fuzzy cube -- yes, really! -- the Kubit2me games are so much fun! These unique games are winners of the 2008 Creative Child “Game of the Year” Award. They encourage interaction and communication between parents and kids, but in a relaxed and fun setting. But, best of all, your kids will love them. The games include:

Now You’re Talkin’

In this high-energy game of self-expression and social interaction, thought-provoking questions get tossed from player to player. Now You’re Talkin’ encourages open and honest communication about engaging topics where every player’s opinion is important and valued. Game questions focus on beliefs, opinions, relationships, memories and just about any topic that affects our everyday lives!







Truth or Dare

This is a new twist on the traditional Truth or Dare game that ’tween and teen girls love to play at sleepovers! If you score a point, you get to grab a glitter bracelet from the cube’s hidden compartment. Yes, you wear your points! The first person to score ten points (bracelets!) wins!







Lil’ Scholars

If you’ve got preschoolers or kindergartners at home, you’ll want to check out Lil’ Scholars. They’ll love the fuzzy cube and its pockets, and they’ll have so much fun they won’t even mind that they’re learning about ABCs, vocabulary, number recognition, counting, sequencing and more. Even comes with reward stickers!







You can also purchase “bonus boxes” for all three games, which provide more cards, stickers and bracelets. To purchase games or bonus boxes, please visit the Kubit2me website at www.kubit2me.com. You can either order online or visit their list of retailers to locate a store near you.

GIVEAWAY: Would you like to win a Kubit2me game? I’m thrilled to announce that the company is offering a giveaway of one of each game: Now You’re Talkin’, Truth or Dare, and Lil’ Scholars. Here’s how to win: Visit the Kubit2me site at www.kubit2me.com and find the game that interests you most. Come back to this site and leave a comment telling me which game you’d like to win and what you like most about it based on the description. Giveaway ends December 2, 2008. One entry and one game per person please.

CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to the winners: wwe11 -- Truth or Dare; lilyk -- L'il Scholars; blueviolet -- Now You're Talkin'!

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50 comments:

  1. I like the Truth or Dare Kubit2me. My daughter loves slumber parties and this would be a lot of fun. I like how it gets everyone talking.

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  2. I'd love the Lil' Scholars cube. Our son will enjoy that in a few years (well, now he'd just shove it in his mouth which would still be fun, but he'll LEARN from it in a few years!) :-)

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  3. Oh, and I like that it's educational and fun at the same time. Anything to get him more interested!

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  4. I like the Lil' Scholars cube because my grandson could play.

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  5. I love the Truth or Dare one. My daughter would love it.

    rebbi511 at peoplepc.com

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  6. lil scholars because it would be educational

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  7. The toss Kubit2me is my pick.

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  8. The lil scholars one looks fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. I'm so happy you enjoyed Kubit2me! Many thanks for the wonderful review. I'm excited to host the giveaway -- Good luck to everyone & have fun playing!!

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  10. The Now You're Talkin' Edition appeals to me most. We have a young teen son, and while we always have conversations, this is a fun way to talk about even more topics and have everyone listen to each other.

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  11. I cant choose between the now your talkin and the truth or dare game. So if I win you can choose for me. The now your talkin game sounds fun for the whole family. Also, the truth or dare game I like the braclets aspect!

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  12. oh i would love the chance to win the lil scholars, i liked that it talked about emotions. my 4 year old could use some lessons about her emotions...count me in....i was the one who wrote the yo gabba article you twittered about !!!

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  13. Your Yo Gabba Gabba observation cracked me up! That show just creeps me out! Everyone check out her very astute observation at http://tinyurl.com/5ow4vj

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  14. My "tween twin" girls would L.O.V.E. the Truth or Dare game! They can play it with their best friends who are also "tween twins" with the exact same B-day. They might even be willing to play it with Mom and Dad sometime!

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  15. My daughter would love Truth or Dare.

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  16. How fun!

    I think I'd choose Truth or Dare first, but the Now You're Talking also looks like fun.

    I think that my 10 year old daughter would enjoy both of them, and they'd be fun to play at family gatherings this holiday season!

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  17. Now you're talking looks really good..husband says truth or dare but we have older kids too and if we got one of those- I would be taking alot of dares because I don't lie to the kids

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  18. I like Lil scholars for my son

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  19. The Lil' Scholars sounds great because it is a fun way to learn for both my son and daughter. I like getting educational games for them that reinforce learning. Thanks for the chance to win one.

    cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. I love the Lil' Scholars cube!!! Perfect for my daughter!

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  21. cdrury@gmail.com
    Lil' Scholars Cubs looks interesting

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  22. The lil' scholars would be wonderful for my son!

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  23. I like Lil Scholars for my little granddaughters. rosans4@comcast.net

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  24. Would love the Lil' Scholars cube for my 3 year old. It's be great for working on her numbers and ABCs.

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  25. I like the Lil Scholar version for my 3 and 5 year olds.

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  26. I would love the Lil Scholars for my son who is 2 and my daughter who is 5!! How neat!! Thanks!! Hugs!! :)

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  27. Lil' Scholars would be perfect for my 4 year old!

    cookiert at yahoo.com

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  28. I would love to win the Now You're Talkin' edition...I could use this at home and with the 3-5th graders I work with at church!

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  29. They all sound fun. I like the Lil' Scholars the most. My Godson would enjoy that one.

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  30. I like the Lil Scholars game due to its educational components!!! Plus, kids that age love stickers as a reward!!!

    sherri419 at gmail dot com

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  31. The Lil' Scholars cube looks neat

    ardy22 at earthlink.net

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  32. I love the Truth or Dare one. My kids would love it. Thanks for the chance to win.
    erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

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  33. I would choose Now You're Talkin'

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  34. I'd pick lil scholars for ages 3-6, My grandkids are that ages

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  35. The Now You're Talkin' game looks like fun.

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  36. I would choose Now You're Talkin'. I love how it encourages communication and discussion!
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net

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  37. I love the Truth or Dare Game. I like that you wear your points when you earn a bracelet. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  38. I'd pick Lil Scholars because I love to play educational games with my son and from the description it sounds like this is a good educational game! Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  39. I really like the Lil' Scholars cube.

    purehrt555(aT)Yahoo(dot)com

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  40. id love to win the truth or dare it sounds like alot of fun :)

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  41. Now You're Talkin sounds good. The questions that can be answered by kids and adults would be interesting -- I'd like to see if our kids take on our opinions over time or not...

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  42. i love the scholar cube. miketra@sbcglobal.net

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  43. the lil scholars cube, making learning fun you retain more of what you learn plus a warm fuzzy on how you learned it

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  44. Well, "Truth or Dare" of course! That was always a fun, yet scary game when I was a kid and it sounds great played this way!

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  45. I would like to win the Lil' Scholars Kubit2me. What I like most about it is that it's educational.

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  46. I like the Truth or Dare kubit2me. I like that it's good for 8 and up, and that means some cool play time between daughter and mom.

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  47. I would like the Now You Talkin. Anything that gets my tween to open up and talk more sounds good.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  48. I heart the Lil' Scholars cube.

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  49. Its hard to decide the lil scholars I think would be the best for my 2 younger ,they would enjoy the time spent together and the fun of learning and without them knowing is such a great plus

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