The Upside Down Challenge Game Review

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Halfway through the school holidays and are your children looking for something to do? Well, today I have a review and giveaway that may be perfect for you! And it’s courtesy of Wicked Uncle, a great place to look when you are searching for gifts for all ages. They have some great ideas for games for the whole family whatever time of year it is. But they recently sent me The Upside Down Challenge Game to review, and so I want to share this with you.

Plus, do read on, as later on you get the chance to win THIS GAME FOR YOURSELF!

*Ad – I was sent a copy of The Upside Down Challenge game to review  by WICKED UNCLE for the purpose of this post. Ultimately though, this review is my honest opinion. This post also contains affiliate links. For more details see the Disclosure Policy

The Upside Down Challenge Game Review And Giveaway…



We love family games here at A Rose Tinted World and we are always looking for great games for 6 year olds. So we were delighted to be offered the chance to play this game and tell you all about it.

What is the Upside Down Challenge Game All About?


At first glance, the Upside Down Challenge Game may seem like a very simple concept. All you need to do is draw a picture, or complete an easy task. Pretty straight forward, right?

But each simple task takes on a completely different level when you add the challenge of viewing everything upside down!

In the upside down challenge game, players take turns to wear the upside down goggles whilst taking their turn. And even simple tasks may seem impossible when the world is on its head!

What’s In The Game Box?

The contents of the Upside Down Challenge game box

In the game box, you receive

  • A Pair of Upside Down Glasses
  • 32 drawing and action cards
  • A 20 second hourglass timer
  • An explanation card for the different symbols
  • An instruction booklet for action tasks
  • 36 tokens
  • A Rulebook

But to play you also need a few extra household items. These are: 3 cardboard rolls (such as loo roll inners), a pen with a lid, paper, some water, a teaspoon, 2 plastic beakers and a bowl.

How Do You Play The Upside Down Challenge?


When it is their turn, each player picks a card from the pile of challenge cards and has to tell everyone whether they are attempting a drawing or an action task.

Both drawing and action tasks come in two levels of difficulty. Easier tasks for younger players are denoted by a feather symbol. And harder versions for older players are denoted with a dumbbell symbol. 

If the player picks up a drawing task card, that player has to choose which symbol they are going to draw but does not show the card or tell the remaining players what they are going to attempt to draw. They then have to try and draw their chosen symbol within 40 seconds whilst wearing the upside down goggles. If another player guesses the symbol being drawn correctly, both the player doing the drawing and the person who got the right answer each receive a token.

If the player draws an action card, they must turn it over for all other players to see. Each action card is numbered and the action card booklet gives more details about what action is needed for each task. The player gets 20 seconds to complete the task and if they complete it within the time, they win a token. Actions vary, from giving the other players high fives to trying to stack multiple objects, but all take on a new level of difficulty when you add seeing it all upside down!

How To Win The Game

The winner is the first player to win 5 tokens! But once you get the special googles on and start trying the challenges, you will soon see that this sounds so much easier than it really is! 

What Do We Think Of The Game?

The game is said to be suitable for children from 7 years upwards, but we played with two 6 year olds who certainly had no problem understanding how to play. And we all found it hilarious! I particularly love the fact that there are different levels for different ages, meaning that everyone can play together and it is fair!

View the game here in the Wicked Uncle shop website, where it retails for £23.95.

We definitely think that it is such a fun game for all ages, and a really unusual idea. It’s going to be perfect for playing at the caravan whilst we are away this summer.

The upside down challenge game

And Now It’s Time For A Giveaway!

You can Win the Upside Down Challenge Game to play yourself! Wicked Uncle have kindly gifted me a second game to give away to my readers. 

For a chance to win, enter using the form below. And good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


The competition is open to entrants over 18 yrs from the UK only. The winner will be chosen at random after the competition closes – but see the full t&cs below.

Terms and Conditions of Giveaway

  • Giveaway ends at midnight on 28th August 2022 (00:00 on 29/08/22)
  • There is one prize only – which consists of an Upside Down Challenge Game
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.  
  • This giveaway is limited to UK entrants aged 18 or over. If you enter from out of the UK, your entry will be deleted.
  • By providing your information, you are agreeing to provide your name and address to myself so that I can arrange your prize. In this case the prize will be sent by Royal Mail.
  • This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
  • The Winner will be contacted within 48 hours of the giveaway ending. I will contact the winner by email, but may also use direct messaging on Twitter or Instagram. Please note – this messaging will only be from my official account. Indeed, if any other account tries to contact you, do not respond or give any personal details.
  • If no response is received from the Winner within 30 days of being contacted, a subsequent Winner may be selected. 
  • Finally, entry to this prize draw confirms that participants have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you have any additional questions, please contact me.

I hope that you have enjoyed this review. Would you like to win The Upside Down Challenge game?  Good Luck!

55 Replies to “The Upside Down Challenge Game Review”

  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    The games sounds great fun – I bet the goggles will make evreyone laugh!

    1. Coldi says:

      This sounds like such a fun game! We would have such a laugh as a family playing this!

  2. Claire W says:

    I like the idea that there are different levels to suit everyone in the family. Looks like great fun!

  3. Jennifer Toal says:

    It will create family time away from the screen and lots of laughs

  4. Ursula Hunt says:

    I like that is is something we can all play as a family

  5. Blake says:

    The fun that would be had by the whole family. Making memories!

  6. Priscilla Stubbs says:

    My great grandson and the family would have so much fun with this game, which seems quite different to the usual games

  7. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    It looks like something that we could play together as a whole family and all enjoy 🙂

  8. Gemma Hendry says:

    i just think it would be great fun for the whole family to spend quality time together

  9. Laura Pritchard says:

    That it’s a game the whole family could enjoy!

  10. Wendy Lam-Vechi says:

    I think it’s good to have a game that you don’t need to take too seriously and can create laughter. Sometimes we need to be a bit silly

  11. Susan B says:

    A fun game for all ages means that families can play together.

  12. Siobhan N says:

    I like that it will appeal to adults as well as children

  13. Lia Burns says:

    I love that there are 2 difficulty options so all of my children could enjoy it x

  14. Helen Arlow says:

    It sounds like a fun game that the whole family would enjoy

  15. Rachel Butterworth says:

    I think this game looks like so much fun. Who doesn’t like doing challenges whilst feeling like you’re drunk.

  16. Jo m welsh says:

    That it looks like a very good family friendly fun game

  17. Tracy Newton says:

    We have family games nights with my son and his friends. We don’t have any thing like this. It looks like great fun

  18. Laura says:

    My favourite thing about this prize is that it is different from a standard board game

  19. Victoria Prince says:

    I love the variety – the fact it has both drawing and action, along with the overall silliness of the upside down concept. A winner for the whole family!

  20. Troy Easton says:

    I like that you have to wear some funny glass and I like its got a time limited keep the game moving.

  21. lynn neal says:

    I think this game sounds fun and it will generate lots of giggles!

  22. Anthea Holloway says:

    I love it because I know my artistic granddaughter would have so much fun with it! My favourite thing about it is the upside down goggles – what fun!

  23. Jayne Townson says:

    I love the drawing and action cards, I find my kids always enjoy these kind of games and have loads of fun.

  24. Julie Ward says:

    That my grandchildren would have a great laugh at grandma playing this

  25. Carly Belsey says:

    The fact the kids will love to play this game and it’s something we can all play as a famliy.


    I love games that look fun for all the family to play , this looks amazing .

  27. Claire Hamilton says:

    It sounds like al lot of fun and something for the family to play.

  28. Patricia Barrett says:

    I think it would be rather hard to do this, which is a challenge!


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