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  • Perplexus Twist

    Perplexus Twist

    The Perplexus Twist is a sphere full of thirty twisty tracks and a ball. The goal is to successfully guide the ball through all the tracks by tilting and twisting the sphere. My 7-year-old daughter was quickly intrigued and determined to get the ball through each track. This is not an easy task since there are plenty of drop offs and bumps that can knock the ball off course.

  • CatRatBatSplat


    We recently had the opportunity to review CatRatBatSplat, a Pressman Toy. CatRatBatSplat is a “Frenzied fun giant dice game where everyone’s a player on every turn.” The game itself only consists of 3 parts, and that’s including the box! 4 oversized dice, a deck of cards, and well... The box! The “rules” of the game are really quite simple. Each player gets 6 cards, one player rolls the four oversized dice and they see what combination of cats, rats, bats and splats come up. Then look at your six cards to see if any of them have the combination that was rolled. If you have the…

  • Splat X Smack Shot

    Splat X Smack Shot

    I was sent the Splat X Smack Shot to review. It is a slingshot type launcher for ages 8+. It was very easy to remove from the packaging with a few snips and came with batteries. The launcher itself is well made, it lights up, and is easy to hold for adults and kids.

  • Out Of This World Dolls and Stardoor

    Out Of This World Dolls and Stardoor

    We were very excited to receive the Out Of This World Dolls and Stardoor to review. The dolls we received were Astra and Gigi. Each doll has her own unique feature when you press the button on the front. In this case, Astra lights up and has musical chimes, while Gigi shakes and giggles. The stardoor, when the dolls are placed inside it, lights up, plays music, and recognizes which doll you have placed within. The package recommends these dolls for ages 4 and up, however, having 5 daughters under 12, I was very interested in seeing what each one thought of them.

  • La Dee Da Fashion City Girl Doll

    La Dee Da Fashion City Girl Doll

    The La Dee Da Fashion City Girl Doll has moveable legs and arms, so you can move her in any position that you want. Her outfit looks very nice and cool since it is based on New York City. Her hair is very pretty with both the brown and red coloring, also with pieces that sparkle in the light. Even her hair is fun to play with, since you can have it either up or down.

  • Rubik’s Sort & Solve Puzzle

    Rubik’s Sort & Solve Puzzle

    We received the Rubik’s Sort & Solve Puzzle toy to review. Once I opened the package it caught my twins attention right away. My twins are 3 years old and the toy is perfect for that age. I unpacked the Rubik’s Sort & Solve Puzzle and put the top of the toy on and they were eager to begin to play with it. I gave them each some shape pieces so they could figure out where they belonged. They had fun taking turns and helping each other out looking for the correct color and spot. Once they were finished finding all the shapes they started rolling the toy to each other.

  • Make Me a Story Magnetic Playboard

    Make Me a Story Magnetic Playboard

    I received Make Me a Story Magnetic Playboard created by eeBoo to review. It is listed for ages 5+, and sells for $14.

  • Dr. Dreadful Alien Autopsy Set

    Dr. Dreadful Alien Autopsy Set

    I received the Dr. Dreadful Alien Autopsy Set to review. It is a Spin Master product, and part of the Doctor Dreadful brand. The product is for ages 5 and up, but with adult supervision I would say a 3 year old could do it. There are many things you can do with this set - you can even make gummy alien eyeballs, lung bugs, and intestines. You can also make alien guts bubble up with the motorized stomach. The set comes with an alien body and base, a measuring cup and syringe, a stir stick and scoop, and four packets of food.

  • Bionic Blox

    Bionic Blox

    I was excited to explore the Bionic Blox with my oldest son. Growing up, I remember playing with building toys like Legos and Tinker Toys. Toys that allow kids to “imagine, invent, and inspire” just like their packaging says are great. I want my children to grow up to be creative and smart and not just hooked up to technology 24-7. The 50-piece kit sells for around $24.99.

  • Camp Travel Edition

    Camp Travel Edition

    I was wondering when I opened the game, how could it include 4 year old children and adults? I was pleasantly surprised. What a unique way to incorporate the many ages that could play this game. I did not have any children around to play this at the time, but I did have my 22 year old son, my brother, and my husband try it out.