REVIEW: Drumond Park Doh Nutters

October 24, 2013
Drumond Park

Drumond Park Doh Nutters

Age: 4+
Players: 2-4
Price: RRP £14.99
Play the part of a crazy, doughnut-loving elephant in this hilarious game of fun and fast action.
Can you be the first elephant to get all your doughnuts on your trunk?

Drumond Park


4x Elephant masks (blue, green, red and yellow) – plastic with elastic straps
12x Plastic ‘doughnuts’ (three in each colour)
1x Playing board

A close up of a toy

How to play Doh Nutters:

  • Place the playing board on a flat surface (table or floor)
  • Scatter the doughnuts across the playing board
  • Each player takes a mask in the colour of their choice
  • Once everyone has their masks on the youngest player shouts ‘Start!’
  • Each player then tries to scoop up their corresponding coloured doughnuts using their trunks (No hands allowed!)
  • First to get to three on their trunk wins (if playing with little ones it might be best to only do two doughnuts each)

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

As the slogan says ‘It’s Elephantastic!’ Roo and even Tigger have an advantage over both Mr Boo and I as we wear glasses and need to remove them in order to get a good fit on the mask (and as I’m blind as a bat, I can just about see coloured blobs). Tigger is a little young to actually be able to scoop the doughnuts up onto his trunk without using his hands, however we have found a different way to play it with him. We all pop on a mask and he runs around placing the doughnuts on the relevant coloured trunk (great for colour recognition).

Roo has had great fun playing this, finding it very funny to see Mummy and Daddy with their elephant masks on (she doesn’t realise she looks just as funny as we do). I have to confess that getting the third doughnut on your trunk can be a little tricky, I kept dropping my second doughnut!

The Doh Nutters game itself has had a little facelift this year by changing the elephant masks to a sold colour rather than the grey with coloured glasses. I do feel that this has had the game more attractive and appealing.

More Info

A close up of a sign

Please visit the Drumond Park website for stockists and to see their full range of games available. Don’t forget to follow them via Facebook – and Twitter – to keep up to date with news, releases and competitions.
Boo xxx
Disclosure Policy: We received a copy of Doh Nutters from Drumond Park FOC for the purpose of review.

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