WFMW: Family Game Night- Simply Fun

Three times last week after dinner we went dinosaur hunting. We grunted like caveman. And drug around our children by their hair.

Okay, so two out of the three.

We were actually playing a game called Ooga, a really fun board game created by Simply Fun, a company that helps families learn and connect through play.

Me hungry, bring food. Get ready for a prehistoric banquet with Ooga! Everyone hunts dinosaur tiles with suction-cup spears for their daily feast. Menu cards tell you which dinosaurs to hunt. Toss the dino bones and capture the most menu cards to earn the honor of being Supreme Tribal Chief.

I enjoy playing games, but my husband loves to win games. It’s such a fun, bonding experience for our family. And I’m always looking for creative ways to engage with my kids that include turning off the media and screens and just laughing and being together.

Ya know, like hunting each other. Good quality fun.

My favorite thing about Simply Fun is the oodles of unique games for all ages that really bring the family together. And get this, for the entire month, if you order online, 50% of the profits goes to Mercy House from the independent consultant site above.

Disclaimer: Simply Fun sent us a couple of games to try out. No humans were harmed in this post.

Family game night works for us!


  1. 2


    Thanks for hosting!

    This week, I wanted to share a fun infographic on some of the things that make us real foodies. You might be a real foodie if…the milk you drink is illegal in 20 states. Come check out the 12 things that may tell you if you’re a real foodie. I hope you get a giggle out of it too!

    You Might Be A Real Foodie If…

  2. 4


    This game looks like lots of fun! Thanks for the tip. My boys are just reaching the age where we are enjoying games as a family. I see this one in our future, and how great that Simply Fun is supporting Mercy House. Good stuff!

  3. 5


    SUCH fun memories are flooding my mind at the moment! My kids are a little past the “play a game” stage, though they do still LOVE Risk and played when the big, college attending bro came home for a visit last week. We own several games by the company Cranium…this game reminds me of those. SO glad you are making memories that will last for a lifetime with your family!

  4. 7


    Thanks a lot for sharing this with all people you really understand what you are
    talking about! Bookmarked. Kindly also discuss with my website =).

    We may have a link alternate contract between us

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>