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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Duo Plink from Discovery Bay Games Inc. {Holiday Giveaway}




Discovery Bay Games is the worldwide leader in app-based game accessories and supporting apps.  We partner with the most recognized content owners in the world as well as develop our own content to deliver consumers enhanced tablet play experiences.





Often, a mother looks up from her laptop and sees the whole family immersed in their own activities on hand-held devices, be in an iPod, a cell phone, a DS, or an iPad.  Everyone in the family now seems to have some kind of technology right at their fingertips.  While, these kind of devices are great for either entertainment or learning, they can tend to be rather isolating.  I know even for myself I can become immersed in another world inside the computer screen, either on forums, or working on a blog article.

It is a good thing for this mom to get out from behind the computer screen once in a while, and it is also good for the rest of the family to do the same.

Duo Plink

Is for young gamers and their parents, ages 5 and above.  And, it's as easy as one, two, three.

  • Round up the family for some quality Plink time
  • On your iPad go to the App Store and download your favourite Duo Plink game app
  • Answer questions by placing tokens on one of Plink's colours.  Plink drops the winning tokens into the bank

 The iPad in our home is a hot commodity, everyone wants a turn.  So playing Plink with the kids is great family fun.

We began by downloading from the App Store, which proved to be easy - there are two choices, a free app and one which costs a nominal amount.  The game was easy to understand, which is great for the kids.  It is a guessing game with  graphics and sound, and you know the kids enjoy it when they ask (as they go out the door for school) if they can play again when they get home from school!

{Hint:  Turn off auto-brightness on your iPad,  so the sensor picks it up and Plink runs properly.}


Duo Plink is affordable and a fun way to bring the whole family together.  And, everyone can gather round that coveted iPad!




Visit Discovery Bay Games for Plink, as well as other gaming fun!  There is loads of good-old-fashioned game night fun at Discovery Bay Games.






~ Holiday Giveaway @ Country Mouse, City Mouse! ~

One lucky reader will win a Duo Plink



Easy Entry ~ 

  • Visit  Discovery Bay Games and share something you learned while there, or another item you would love to find under the tree
  • All winners @ CMCM must be blog followers with GFC
  • Please leave a comment for your mandatory entry and use the form to record your entries













Disclaimer:  I was sent a sample for my review.  Opinions are mine, yours may differ.



15 comments:

Jennifer said...

I would love to get Highlights Match Patch

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Chantel said...

The Smithsonian Artifact or Fiction game looks like a lot of fun, I'd love to find it under the tree.

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Jennifer L. said...

I'd love to give or receive the game, "Smithsonian Artifact or Fiction".
Jennifer L.
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Annie1 said...

Guesstimation sounds like alot of fun!

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Sweet Panda said...

I would love the Highlights Hidden Pictures Countdown™─Duo™

ksceviour said...

I would like the Smithsonian Mission Museum: Case of the Missing Mummy game.
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amymccarty1985 said...

I would love to see Highlights Buzz Blast under the tree! Sounds like a lot of fun!
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debijackson said...

highlits match patch would be gret

SueSueper said...

THIS!!! Atari Arcade—Duo Powered WOULD be sooo cool to have!! Reminds me of the OLD days!!!

Renee G said...

I think my family would like playing the Artifact or Fiction game.
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erma said...

I'm a gfc follower-erma2167
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frugalmommieof2 said...

The smithsonian puzzles look neat.

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Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

Smithsonian Mission Museum: Case of the Missing Mummy
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coliebear said...

I like the guesstimation game.
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aussiegirl03 said...

Highlights Silly Situations looks really fun!

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