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WIN a Spintensity Game

Competition Closes

This Competition is now closed, and the Winner is Kathleen from Llandybie

Spintensity is a New Electric game that is frantic, fast talking and fun as you are forced to play your best general knowledge in just five seconds and we have one up for grabs in our Free to Enter Competition.

If you are on the lookout for a New Family game to play on Christmas Day or at your next Family Game Night then Spintensity could be the prefect pick.

Spintensity is a game that’s aimed at teenagers and adults, and here at West Wales Family Life we have been so lucky to have been invited to review the family game, so we could share our thoughts with you, which has been a laugh a minute and you can Read our Full Review which explain more about the game and how to play it Here


WIN Your Own Spintensity Game

Spintensity Timer

The creators of Spintensity have also been kind enough to allow us to offer our followers the chance to WIN their very own game, so if you want to enter our Free Competition Simply Enter your details below

You can Enter this Competition for FREE now to WIN your own Spintensity Game it is very easy to Enter and completely Free.

All you have to do is:

  1. Make Sure you are following either our Instagram Page or Liked our Facebook Page – as trying to get in touch with Winners have proved to be difficult as people are not replying to our emails, so to back this up we are now asking you follow one of our pages so we have another way to get in touch with you.
  2. Simply Enter your details below and we will enter you into to this Free Prize Draw

Good Luck Everyone!


This Competition is now closed, and the Winner is Kathleen from Llandybie


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