VISITORS of all ages got to think big as they had huge fun with a selection of gigantic games.
It was all part of the fun at the Royal Navy Museum’s Big Game Weekend.
The public had the chance to take part in a big game of Battleships, and even a mini field gun run.
There were Edwardian parlour games, and a snakes and laddersstyle game called From Sailor Boy to Admiral.
One of those taking part was three-year-old Jacob Carnell who was with his mother Irene Biro, 34, from Clarence Parade, Southsea.
Miss Biro said: ‘Jacob loved it.
‘He played skittles and was aiming to hit Napoleon and knock off his head. He thought that was very funny indeed.
‘I had a go on all the games with him. It’s so rare that you get the opportunity to play old-fashioned games. It was really good fun.’
The free event was back by popular demand after it was a great success last year.
The games were modelled on games in the museum collection which have been recreated on a large scale.