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Hold On Scooby Doo! Game (Holiday Gift Guide 2012) - 12/20/2012
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If you are looking for a gift idea for your young Scooby Doo fan (or just game fan) you might consider Hold On Scooby Doo! A wall of bricks is holding up Scooby&160; Doo and Shaggy. The game reminds me of a mixture of Jenga and Don’t Break the Ice. Players take turns using a spooky green hand to push out the bricks one at at time. Decide carefully which block to knock out or the wall will come tumbling down, along with Scooby-Doo and Shaggy. You don’t want to be the one to make the wall come down! The Game comes with the wall frame, 44 bricks, the Scooby-Doo/Shaggy Figurine, 2 ghost hands and rules. For 2 players or can be played in teams. You do have to put together the frame first but it’s quite simple. Just snaps the sides into the base and add the stickers on front and back. The instructions for game set up and play are easy to understand. I wouldn’t recommend letting your younger kids play with this on their own as if the...

Hold On Scooby Doo! Game (Holiday Gift Guide 2012)




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If you are looking for a gift idea for your young Scooby Doo fan (or just game fan) you might consider Hold On Scooby Doo! A wall of bricks is holding up Scooby  Doo and Shaggy. The game reminds me of a mixture of Jenga and Don’t Break the Ice. Players take turns using a spooky green hand to push out the bricks one at at time. Decide carefully which block to knock out or the wall will come tumbling down, along with Scooby-Doo and Shaggy. You don’t want to be the one to make the wall come down! The Game comes with the wall frame, 44 bricks, the Scooby-Doo/Shaggy Figurine, 2 ghost hands and rules. For 2 players or can be played in teams. You do have to put together the frame first but it’s quite simple. Just snaps the sides into the base and add the stickers on front and back. The instructions for game set up and play are easy to understand. I wouldn’t recommend letting your younger kids play with this on their own as if they lose the bricks, it gives an unfair edge to the game for future plays. So until my kids can keep their stuff organized and clean, they will be playing this at the kitchen table with supervision. From Creator RP Toys - Retail Value: $25 – Ages 5+ * Disclosure: I received the product mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for evaluation purposes. No other compensation was provided. See my Disclosure Policy for more information.

Hold On Scooby Doo! Game (Holiday Gift Guide 2012)




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If you are looking for a gift idea for your young Scooby Doo fan (or just game fan) you might consider Hold On Scooby Doo! A wall of bricks is holding up Scooby  Doo and Shaggy. The game reminds me of a mixture of Jenga and Don’t Break the Ice. Players take turns using a spooky green hand to push out the bricks one at at time. Decide carefully which block to knock out or the wall will come tumbling down, along with Scooby-Doo and Shaggy. You don’t want to be the one to make the wall come down! The Game comes with the wall frame, 44 bricks, the Scooby-Doo/Shaggy Figurine, 2 ghost hands and rules. For 2 players or can be played in teams. You do have to put together the frame first but it’s quite simple. Just snaps the sides into the base and add the stickers on front and back. The instructions for game set up and play are easy to understand. I wouldn’t recommend letting your younger kids play with this on their own as if they lose the bricks, it gives an unfair edge to the game for future plays. So until my kids can keep their stuff organized and clean, they will be playing this at the kitchen table with supervision. From Creator RP Toys – Retail Value: $25 – Ages 5+ * Disclosure: I received the product mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for evaluation purposes. No other compensation was provided. See my Disclosure Policy for more information. The post Hold On Scooby Doo! Game (Holiday Gift Guide 2012) appeared first on Callista...

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