Creepy Hand is hilarious to play, players sit around the hand which moves around in a circle then randomly stops and points a spooky finger at one player. That player chooses either a truth or dare and if they don’t complete the task has to do a forfeit. The winner is the first to get 6 cards. We’ve had a lot of fun with this game, my children have even managed to play it alone without too much bickering which is always a bonus!
Creepy hand retails at £25.99 and requires 3 x AA batteries
Suitable for children 7 plus
Ghost Hunt Evolution is a bit harder to play as it requires a dark room, players wear multi-vision glasses and then Billy Bones projects bats and ghosts onto the wall whilst turning round. The idea of the game is for players to shoot the ghosts and bats. The player with the highest score wins. There are three difficulty levels which adds to the longevity of the game.
Ghost Hunt Evolution retails at £29.99 and requires 4 x AA and 3 x AAA batteries
Suitable for children 5 years plus
We had a lot of fun playing both games, but creepy hand is out favourite and one I know will be pulled out when friends come over because the hand is so brilliantly spooky!
We were sent both games for the purpose of this review