Be spooked in the Ghost Castle game
Competition closes on 12:00pm Monday 17th July 2006
Summer is a time for friends and with the long holidays ahead there will be many a sleepover planned. But whether it's a get together at home or a summer camping treat, there is nothing to get a sleepover rocking like spooky tales and silly games.
With new Ghost Castle from Flair, games and ghouls are rolled into one. The phantom board game that was a favourite in the 1980s has been revamped and has all the ingredients to make the hairs on the back of the neck stand upon end. Add a midnight feast and the spooky summer sleepover is complete.
Ghost Castle is ideal for a variety of ages. Young children and teenagers right through to family groups will be scared silly with the suspense of who will be "skulled" next as everyone races to be the first to finish.
The aim is to travel through the rooms to the top of Skull Tower, and close the coffin lid safely on the coffin before anyone else. Look out for the spooky glowing skull falling down the tower in any direction: it could knock your playing piece over as you tread warily past the knight in shining armour and across the shaky floor which really brings this ghastly ghost story to life. But beware, it comes with guaranteed shock factor!
Suitable for two to four players aged six and over, it's the perfect game to give any party real spook appeal.
Call Flair for stockists on or visit www.flairplc.co.uk
We have 15 games to give away. To enter, answer the question below.
What is the name of the tower in Ghost Castle?
Fifteen Ghost Castle games
a. Black Tower
b. Skull Tower
c. Blackpool Tower
The editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Newsquest employees may not enter. There is no cash alternative to the prize.
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