Holiday Giveaways 2021 – The LOOP by Pandasaurus Games

Holiday Giveaways 2021 – The LOOP by Pandasaurus Games

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a hundred times. I really enjoy cooperative games. They provide a good balance from the normal competitiveness of tabletop entertainment. Cooperative games are great for teaching kids about working together to achieve a common goal. Our follow-up guide to family games included The LOOP which is a cooperative game about restoring balance to the galaxy after an evil scientist meddled. If this title from Pandasaurus Games is hiding under your tree then AWESOME. If not, then enter to win this copy!

Holiday Giveaway 2021 – The LOOP Game


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Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked as an ambassador for brands such as Netflix, U.S. Cellular and K'NEX, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two beautiful teen daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere playing board games.

28 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2021 – The LOOP by Pandasaurus Games»

  1. Veronica Murillo says:

    Learning to work together with different personalities

  2. Sue E says:

    That you see eye to eye- no differences – smooth sailing

  3. Audrey says:

    Co-op games set up different kind of puzzles that cannot be done in single mode–that being the puzzles of what your friends/family are thinking.

  4. Paul Johnston says:

    The sense of achievement as a team.

  5. Donna L says:

    The ability to work with others for a goal.

  6. Dana says:

    Being able to work together and communicate. It’s why I love finding new co-op games to play with kids!

  7. Penny Branson LeBaron says:

    Learning to be cooperative is often a lost art and it is fun as heck to see different personalities coming together

  8. Frankie Pinnix says:

    Cooperative games teach how to work together as a team. They also can help with social/communication skills.

  9. Seth Hale says:

    Learning to communicate better, problem/puzzle solving and an ounce of logic.

  10. Darren Green says:

    Working with friends or loved ones for a common goal.

  11. Casey says:

    We are all working together while having fun

  12. Jessica Peeling says:

    Helping people to communicate and not be as competitive, if they don’t like that style as much!

  13. Jordan Binkerd says:

    No hurt feelings, for one…..

  14. a says:

    bonding over working together

  15. Alex Reynolds says:

    Team building!

  16. Theodoros G. says:

    athough the loop is not just a kids game

  17. René Raps says:

    Seen this game at SPIEL’21, but was on the fence on buying. Now I regret I didn’t, and I’m happy for the opportunity to win one.

    1. René Raps says:

      Oh, and the biggest benefit of co-op games is working together to complete a shared goal.

  18. Jomar Rosete says:

    Working together to a coming goal and seeing how everyone thinks to get there. Everyone always brings something new to the dynamic. Fun times all around

  19. Lauryn R says:

    I love them because you have to work together and accomplishing something as a team is awesome! It is a great bonding experience.

  20. Ryan Lick says:

    Interaction bn players

  21. Lai says:

    It gives us a break from the very intense head-to-head games we play.

  22. Levi Byers says:

    I like the camaraderie, as well as players pointing out opportunities that I may have missed.

  23. David Brown says:

    getting people toplay together without the pain of competition; using everyone’s strengths rather than beating up on 1 person.

  24. Jason T says:

    So Cool!

  25. drank says:

    I have been hearing great things about this game and have looked forward to giving it a play!

  26. Krista says:

    I love the teamwork component.

  27. StrPap says:

    Socializing and bonding

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