Win! Crazy Claw games

Win the new game Crazy Claw!

In Drumond Park’s brilliant new Crazy Claw action game, players take it in turns to operate the grabber, trying to capture one of the balls in the box. 

But it’s trickier than it sounds, because the balls are all being bounced around by the other players, using the paddles! If the token inside the player’s captured ball doesn’t match one of the three pictures on their collection card, back in the box it goes! The first player to find all three matching tokens wins – it’s total pandemonium!


Could you be one of 22 kids who’ll grab this crazy game? Answer the question below to be in with a chance!



Competition closes midnight, 19 October 2016



For stockists and to play games online, visit drumondpark.com!

Q. Which of these animals has the longest claws?

a) Anteater
b) Mouse
c) Domestic cat

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