Looking for the perfect present for a young bookworm who loves David Walliams’ novels? Whether they prefer Billionaire Boy or Gangsta Granny, we’ve got some brilliant gift ideas that will keep children entertained for hours. Get ready because here’s our ultimate list of the top David Williams games that any kid will love!
Mega family fun
This fast-paced game is a deep dive into the wonderful world of David Walliams! Race around the board, collecting five unforgettable characters from Walliams’ much-loved novels. Spin the spinner and then complete a mega-tactic challenge against the timer: a physical feat, a brain-teasing puzzle, or a tricky trivia question. On your marks, get set, go! Great fun for the whole family.
Kids who love the classic memory game will adore this fun new twist! In this version, you must match your favourite characters from the world of David Walliams, including Gangsta Granny, Billionaire Boy and Grandpa’s Great Escape. The set comes complete with 56 tiles, all beautifully illustrated by Tony Ross. Let the matching mayhem begin!
Practice that poker face…
This cool new version of ‘Cheat’ is based on the Walliams favourite, and the card deck is fully illustrated with images from the Gangsta Granny book. Play the cards face-down and, if necessary, stretch the truth about the cards you’ve played… But watch out! If you’re challenged and caught, you must pick up every card played so far. A fabulously fun family game!
Witty, wacky and educational
Everyone loves the best-selling Awful Auntie book, and this game is a great way to prolong the fun! The set contains 100 small, illustrated playing cards. Use them to play seven different word games, involving creating crosswords and quick-fire spelling races. It also comes with a booklet of Key Stage 1 and 2 spellings – a wonderfully wacky way to improve children’s writing skills!
Smashing maths fun!
Make your Gangsta Granny proud with this highly entertaining collection of mental maths games! The 48 cards are illustrated by Tony Ross and are a brilliant way to develop maths and problem-solving abilities. Players must add, subtract or multiply to earn the highest possible scores. The games vary in difficulty, so you can gradually work your way up to being a maths master. Marvellous!