WIN Board games; Chipper club.
Dragonology takes players on an adventure to be master dragonologist. Travel the world, in the search for knowledge of the planet's nine dragon species. Ancient spells and dragon ) charms will help you to be the first dragonolo-gist to master these magnificent creatures. For 2-6 players, aged 8+, price pounds 24.99.
If you fancy a challenge then use magnetic forces, physical dexterity and strategic thinking with Polarity - a game of polar opposites.
This game, which involves balancing magnetic pieces, has been named Toy of the Year in the first Science Museum Smart Toy Awards.
Wield the invisible forces at play and disrupt opponents' magnetic traps using magnetic discs and strategy. The board is a canvas mat and comes with a Polarity canvas bag for storage. For two or four players, price pounds 19.99.
Finally, there's Old Century Dread Pirate from Front Porch Classics, a game for all wannabe buccaneers, which brings you buried treasure, desert islands, treacherous seas and ocean battles.
Choose your ship, a port of call and set sail in search of gold doubloons, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and rubies.
Dread Pirate comes in an authentic wooden treasure chest and is played on an aged, illustrated map with cast metal playing pieces, wooden dice, treasure bags and pirate treasure.
Priced around pounds 79.99, for ages 8 to adult. A bookshelf edition costs pounds 39.99 (and is included in this prize).
For a chance to win this prize package just tell us the name of the magnetic forces game.
Write your answer on a postcard or back of a sealed envelope and send, with your name, age, address, telephone number and Chipper number, to this address: Chipper Board Games competition, PO Box 30, Weaman Street, Birmingham B4 6BA.
You can also leave your answer on our special competition telephone line, 0901 380 1240. Calls cost no more than 25p, but please ask for permission from the person who pays the phone bill before you ring.
The prize winners will be the senders of the first 8 correct entries drawn after the closing date of Friday December 29. The usual Mail children's competition rules apply.
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Dec 19, 2006|
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