Mega Giveaway Day 117 – Difference Junior Game

Mega Giveaway Day 117 – Difference Junior Game

Growing up, one of my favorite parts of the newspaper was the section where you were tasked with finding six differences between two puzzles. I really liked almost anything puzzle-related so it was perfect. Over the years, we’ve featured a number of puzzle-style games, including ones like Katamino from Gigamic. There are a number of titles in the Gigamic product line that have a “junior” version. Difference Junior is one that plays on that same concept from the newspaper and is a great game for young kids. If you have a child in your life whom you would like to introduce to games, enter to win Difference Junior!

150+ Days of Giveaways – Day 117 – Difference Junior Game


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21 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 117 – Difference Junior Game»

  1. Susan Stickney says:

    Yes. Junior Monopoly was a recent purchase.

  2. Jessi Housel says:

    We haven’t started playing many of the ‘Junior’ games because my kids are still pretty young but we play games a few times a week so I’m sure it will be in our future very soon. Games are a great way for my mother-in-law who is disabled to interact with my kids. She has degenerative spinal diseases that have resulted in limit mobility and hand dexterity but many if not most games can still be played with my kids.

  3. jan says:

    We have purchased a few junior games, especially matching items.

  4. mj says:

    Yes, I find they tend to be good into versions, we have catan jr, ticket to ride jr, carcassone jr. etc.

  5. John Smith says:

    “Do you purchase ‘junior’ games to introduce young kids to board games?” I have not done so, but I would be happy to do so!

  6. Caroline Lennek says:

    I haven’t purchased junior board games, but we have bought junior versions of puzzles.


    Sometimes, they are great learning games.

  8. Mia says:

    We do purchase junior games as an introduction to playing some board games like Clue.

  9. Don Stephan says:

    We purchased junior scrabble as an intro to board games

  10. Darlene Owen says:

    We do have a lot of junior games.

  11. Travis Gudroe says:


  12. Josh Christian says:

    I haven’t purchased “junior” versions of games for them. Instead, I got age appropriate games (Snakes and Ladders, etc.) and moved up as their skills develop.

  13. Katrina Weiss says:

    Not yet.

  14. Sue E says:

    I have bought junior board games so the younger ones can play at their own age level and speed.

  15. denise low says:

    We have not bought this game before.

  16. We haven’t bought any “jr” games yet, but probably will as our kids get a little older. Right now the games they play are ones designed for young children (or things like Go Fish and War with a regular deck of cards).

  17. Debbie Erickson says:

    We have bought junior versions so littles can have game night fun too.

  18. clynsg says:

    Not specifically, we are more apt to just buy a game which is geared to the age, rather than a junior version of another game.

  19. Germaine Harrison says:

    All the time. I love them.

  20. Jessica Peeling says:

    For my friends’ kids,yes!

  21. Brittany Carter says:

    We have junior
    We love the junior games and all the kids get to play together which is always a great time

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