Candy Warehouse


Old Time Candy


ACandyStore.com - Yummy Candy, Discount Prices - Feel Like a Kid!


Cool and wacky candy from Japan



Candy Review: Game Night Candy

Categories: Candy,Candy For Kids,Candy Games,Candy Reviews,Novelty Candy

Tags:, ,



Board Game Candy

While frolicking away inside the candy store, I came across these little boxes of candy. Of course I was drawn in by the pictures of board games on the outside, as Monopoly was and is my favorite board game of all time.

I also noticed there were others as well as Monopoly: Clue, Sorry and Life. So I grabbed these off the shelf and decided to take them home. Doing a little research online about them, I found out they are licensed by Hasbro and are generally sold in a four-pack called Game Night Candy.

Each box of candy shows a picture of the board game it represents and each box is about two inches long, containing a bag of candy inside.

Inside each bag are candy game pieces, specific to each board game. For Clue, there were blue candy wrenches and green candlesticks. Monopoly had pink dogs and green race cars. Life had blue spinners and pink cars, while Sorry had blue and yellow pawns. While some of the pieces looked like obscene adult candies, they could all probably be collectibles someday.

There were about 10-20 pieces of candy in each bag. More than enough to give a proper review, right?

The first thing I noticed was that it was hard candy and it tasted like U.S. Smarties. They had a tart taste to them and the same consistency as Smarties, too. My mom seemed to think they tasted like Pez candy. She didn’t buy me much Pez as a kid, so I can’t say whether I agree or disagree.

Overall, since I love Smarties, I really liked these little candies. Although, I’d probably much rather buy a pack of Smarties instead of searching around for these. Cute idea, though.

Has anyone ever seen or tried this candy? Have you ever used them in place of game pieces you may have lost? How did that work out for you?

Buy Game Night Candy Online:



Related Articles:




9 Responses to “Candy Review: Game Night Candy”

  1. 1
    Kathy says:

    I’m in Wisconsin and have not seen these as of yet. I’ll keep an eye out for them. They look cute and collectible.

  2. 2
    laurie says:

    These are seriously adorable! Of course, their lineup isn’t complete without a Candyland brand of candy.

  3. 3
    Pam Walter says:

    Haven’t seen these in Phoenix but will keep my eye out for them.

  4. 4
    Kathy says:

    YEAH they should have Candy Land. Just checked the website, they do have Operation.

  5. 5
    rachel says:

    I bought these in a big bag at halloween (in chicago) to distribute to my employees. they were a HUGE hit – with them and with me. they do also have operation – which was my favorite!

  6. 6
    Willow says:

    My friend was giving them out for Halloween(in Virginia). I love the idea but the flavor didn’t do it for me.They tasted almost medicinal. Truthfully, I found them disgusting, but I’m in love wth the packaging and novelty of seeing my favorite board games immortalized in candy. I kept one of each kind.

  7. 7
    LAinWLA says:

    I found these at Target one year and put the little boxes on the tables at my game night party. They were a big hit! I’m now ordering some online for my next game night. I really like the candies, too.

  8. 8
    LAinWLA says:

    Forgot to say they can be purchased online here:

    http://www.candywarehouse.com/gamenightcandy.html

  9. 9
    Melanie says:

    I just got back from Sleepy Hollow, IL, outside of Chicago where I found these in a tiny candy store! Totally loved them, bought 2 containers, passed out boxes to co-workers! LOVE them, the novelty – Operation, Clue, etc. they were a HIT! Now, trying to get a friend to go back and buy me MORE!!

Leave a Reply

(Please press only ONCE then wait)

What is 9 + 14 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:
IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math question.