Scrabble to Go & Brynk

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My kids are at a great age for playing games. We have some family favorites that come out every time we have family and friends over, but we’re always on the lookout for a new game. This past week we have been trying out some new games like Brynk, Moose Caboose, Brainstorm and Srabble To Go!

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Scrabble to Go & Brynk {+Giveaway}

I love working with companies that are passionate about family time and building memories. Winning Moves is passionate about bringing old games back for a new generation as well as finding and providing new games that are sure to become family favorites.


We love games like Jenga and Jenga Throw N Go that challenge us to build, balance and ultimately come tumbling down, but we’ve never played a game where the the base actually rolls and spins while you’re trying to build. Brynk is a crazy kind of game that is completely different. We’ve gotten up to 17 so far, but try as we may, we just can’t get farther than that.

This is the perfect game to have sitting out on a table when you have friends and family over. Talk about an ice breaker, for sure! You just can’t help but laugh and make memories as you try to build on top of a spinning, rolling platform.

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Brynk: Will you be able to place your pieces on the teeter-tottering base and get it to stay? Or will you upset the balance and watch as it all comes crashing down in front of you?

Scrabble to Go

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We love word games in our house but sometimes it’s not convenient to take a full Scrabble game on a trip. My son is learning to play and is working hard to become quite a competitor.

Scrabble To Go has a zip pouch that keeps the pieces contained in transit and locking alphabet tiles that stay connected. We started a game one morning before school and just kept playing a little more each day. Because the tiles don’t slide off the board and we were able to fold it up during the day, we were able to keep the game going until the end of the week.

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  1. Monopoly!!but my three year old doesnt really understand that game yet, so we mostly play memory. Lol.

  2. I have a large family (5 brothers and sisters) and anytime we get together we play games. One of our favorites is a game called “Boxers and Briefs”. My 78 year old Mother also enjoys playing Scrabble with us.

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