I Spy: Dig In Game Giveaway
Long before we became fascinated by strategy games, the girls and I used to sit down and play games that I received in my early days of blogging. I have fond memories of so many, but for some reason an I Spy game pops up in my memories a lot. Since that time, we’ve discovered many games for younger kids and it should come as no surprise that there’s an I Spy game on the list.
While I Spy Dig In from Briarpatch isn’t the same game we played when my girls were little, it has a lot of the same concepts. If you would like to add this game to your game shelf, copies are under $15 on Amazon. Of course, winning a copy right here is an even sweeter deal!
16 thoughts on “I Spy: Dig In Game Giveaway”
Lots of time playing I Spy with my Little Eye on car trips.
I played this as a child with my sister on road trips.
I think it was purely a road trip game!
Driving Up North with my 3 brothers on an 8 hour trip; we would play this game often.
I remember playing I Spy in the car with the kids from before they could spell… we would use colors (“I spy something white”, etc.). Anyhow, this was the method we had always used when playing.
Needless to say, minds were blown when we introduced the first letter in the word concept.
My mom saved all of my I Spy/ hidden picture books from when I was a kid, and now I have so much fun sharing them with my kiddos. I think they’d love this game!
I’ve played “I Spy” in the car when the kids were little and my children had the “I Spy” books that were a rage at one time.
We always played I spy in the car while driving. “I spy something white.”
I used to spy the sky all the time. It worked once.
we never really played it only when where rideing in a car
I don’t ever remember playing it as a kid.
We used to drive 10-12 hours from our home in NJ to visit family in ME and would play “I Spy” to make the time fly by. Nothing like a little distraction to help pass the time!
my sister and i would play for hours on the weekends. had such a great time
Road trips – I Spy with Mom and my brothers!
we play this game with kids while waiting for school bus in the mornings
I’ve never played I Spy before.