Foxy Pants Review & Competition

We have a new game here and we’ve been having fun playing it. We’ve been reviewing Foxy Pants from Drumond Park, and I also have a game up for grabs, so do read on…

Put the chickens in the Fox’s pocket…

… push his head down.

Watch the fox closely and get ready…

When his trousers dramatically drop, you must race to pick up as many chickens as possible. Fill your chicken coop to win the game!

For 2-4 players, aged 4 years old and up.

Foxy Pants Game

The game took only a few minutes to prepare, as a few things needed stickering. Playing each time after this initial set up is very easy and quick to set up. You just need to pull up those Foxy Pants!

The game-play is straightforward. Each player takes it in turns to roll the die and then put the corresponding amount of chickens into the fox’s pants, pushing down his head at the end of their turn. As play continues and his pants start to fill up, at some point his pants will drop and chickens will fall about everywhere. Players need to grab those chickens and fill their coops, and the first player to do so wins. Easy!

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My kids love that at the start of this game, to choose who will be going first, each player needs to do a chicken impression and the best impression goes first. These impressions get more elaborate and detailed every time that we play now!

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This is such an easy game to set up and play, and the rules can be understood by young children making this one great for all the family. Each game takes less than ten minutes to play, sometimes less than five minutes, which makes it a great one for grabbing and playing without feeling you have to commit hours to it! I do think the simplicity of this is its appeal, my kids (currently aged 8 and 5) both enjoy playing it and I remain amazed by how quickly the fox drops those pants – you really have to see them disappear to believe it!

Competition Time

I now have a Foxy Pants game worth £22.99 (rrp) up for grabs for one lucky winner. To be in with a chance of winning it, enter using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open to UK entrants only and closes at 12am on the 9th October 2018. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What appeals to you about this game?

Disclosure: We received this game FOC for the purposes of this post

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212 thoughts on “Foxy Pants Review & Competition”

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    Anthony Harrington

    I love the fox, he is wonderful! this would deffo appeal to my little Grandson, particularly like the making a chicken noise bit.

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    It looks like a fun easy game that I could play with my niece and sons. It’s really colourful and exciting to look at too!

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    it sounds great fun the kids love sort of naughty things like the fox dropping his trousers and anything that gets them playing together has got to be good so much better than screen time or arguing!

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    It appeals to me as it is different to others. It looks like it would be suitable for the whole family and we would have so much fun with it. I know both my sons would love it. Thank you

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    Game of chance, skill, fun. Great family fun game. There would be lots of laughter, as every rushes to save as many chickens as possible.

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    ‘This game looks a whole lot of fun. Perfect for us ‘not quite grown up’ over 60’s and the little ones too. We would love this to amuse us at Christmas please.

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    This appeals to me as it is a short time length to play meaning it is ideal for my youngest grandsons who won’t get bored with it.

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    Heather Norrington

    I like that it’s simple to understand and quick to play – great for my 4 year old who loves the idea of games but has a short attention span!

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    me and my kids have a sunday dinner on sundays then we play board games magic tooth fairy is a fun one i bet my kids would love this

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    I can imagine the young children in our family laughing for hours with this game. I’m always looking for new ways to keep them from wanting to play ‘on screens’.

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    I love the fact that it is a simple game to play. That means that our little one can join in more on family ganes afternoon.

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    Danielle Spencer

    I think this game is fantastic as it is easy to set up, quick game and pretty simple, my nieces would love this!

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    That it’s fun for all ages…I have girls aged 13, 9 and 3 and it would appeal to all of them…a rarity in our house 😂

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    Michelle Corbett

    I like how simple set up is and how is it is to play. They would be giggling there heads off with this, looks a fun family game, my kids are 2,5 and 7 x

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    I love that it can be played by younger children too, meaning that it would be perfect for my daughter & nieces to play together!

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    Quick to set up. Looks great. Good for young ones Because it doesn’t last too long. If everyone is enjoying themselves you can play again

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    It looks like a fun silly game, something my kids would love to play. I love games as they bring all the family together.

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    The concept seems very different to other family board games. This would certainly keep the grandkids busy when I’m on babysitting duty lol. Thanks for the chance to be your lucky winner

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    I like the fact it’s something we could play with our 2 grandchildren, they come to stay over Halloween so we always make it extra special

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    I like how easy it is to set up and how it’s a game of speed too lots of fun and the chickens are just too cute!

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    I like that the game is straight forward and won’t be too time consuming and lose the kids’ interest and attention

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    We love playing games together as a family and this one looks a great game we can all play together, it looks fun and not to complicated for the young ones

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    i love it because it has a lot of humour in this game , my grandson would giggle loads whilst playing this one

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    Miss Tracy Hanson

    The initial easy set-up is a great idea. Nothing like spending ages setting a game up (little people tend to drift off if that happens in our house). But it also sounds quite straightforward once set-up which is a great idea, little ones won’t need much help once they’ve played it once or twice.

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    Terrie-Ann Wright

    My niece’s pet name is fox because she’s a bit of a diva, and she now loves anything fox related so she would love this.

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    I like the look of this game because I think my youngest will love getting involved and my older children will be happy to play it with him.

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    I love that it’s quick to play, my son loses concentration easily so I think having games you can play quickly are brilliant

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