During our recent holiday to Cornwall we were granted some amazing weather so headed down to the beach for a game of Smite, the addictive wooden garden game. Dragging us all off our sandy towels, it’s the perfect game to eek out a little healthy competition amongst the family and lets the boys show off their throwing skills. The idea of a game of Smite is to reach 50 by knocking down the pins with all the instructions printed on the handy carry bag.
Any that you knock down are repositioned standing up where they lay making it harder and harder to reach the 50 points goal, if you go over its back to 25. With the boys sitting GCSE’s and end of year assessments, it’s great game to get your testing your mental arithmetic (no cheating by using your phone) and is simple enough for even the youngest members of the family to play so really is a game for you all.
The Tween was the most persistent with Smite bringing out a hidden persistent streak I’ve never seen before. This ethically sourced game is perfect for keeping you entertained in the garden, during bbq’s, picnics and like us, on a trip to the beach.
We were sent Smite to try out and share our outdoor family fun with you.