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Thanks to Crown & An­drews, eight lucky Soap World read­ers will win Loaded Le­mons ($39), Build or Boom ($29), Ru­bix’s 3x3 ($19) and Pop! The Pig ($39.99), val­ued at $126.99 per set. That’s a to­tal prize value of $1015.92!

LOADED LE­MONS Loaded Le­mons is a fun, ac­tion game re­quir­ing good mem­ory or you’ll get soaked! Fol­low the le­mons as they move around the ta­ble; when the timer stops guess if your lemon squirts or not. Guess right or get drenched! Guess­ing right earns a lemon chip and the first to col­lect three chips wins the game. Suitable for two to four play­ers six and up. Avail­able ex­clu­sively at BIG W

BUILD OR BOOM Build or Boom is the ul­ti­mate block-stack­ing game for the whole fam­ily. So build it fast, then make theirs blast! Play­ers step in line and see who can be the first to bring the blue­print cards to life. But there’s only room for one builder in town... do you have what it takes or will you get boomed on your way to the top? Suitable for two or more play­ers four and up. Avail­able ex­clu­sively at Kmart

POP! THE PIG An in­ter­na­tional best-seller, Pop! the Pig keeps ev­ery­one on their toes. Kids and adults alike will have a blast play­ing the fun new fam­ily game, Pop! the Pig. Sim­ply spin the die, pop a ham­burger into the pig’s mouth, and pump his head. If he eats too much, he will sud­denly pop! The whole fam­ily will love the sus­pense as you watch his belly grow, and the player who makes his belly burst loses. Pop! The Pig pro­vides hours of fam­ily fun and is com­pletely kid pow­ered (no bat­ter­ies needed). Suitable for two to six play­ers aged four and up. Avail­able at all lead­ing re­tail­ers

RUBIK’S 3 x 3 The Rubik’s Cube has been a fam­ily favourite since the ‘80s, and if you’re a fan then you’re go­ing to love Rubik’s 3x3. In this new and im­proved ver­sion of the clas­sic game, the stick­ers have been re­placed with tiles, which means there’s no fad­ing, peel­ing or sneaky cheat­ing by pulling the stick­ers off! Rubik’s Cube has more than 43 quin­til­lion pos­si­ble moves and wiz­ards can learn to solve it in un­der 10 sec­onds. Suitable for ages eight and up. Avail­able at all lead­ing re­tail­ers

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