0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I was organising a mini-sports day, with about 15 kids. This kit was really popular with the kids - old-fashioned games like a race with a beanbag on your head, the sack race, three-legged race, the egg and spoon race.
The equipment was not great quality - the eggs were squashed very easily, and the ties for the three-legged race came off very easily.
However, it was good value and I would recommend it for anyone doing a one-off day.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This book has it all - inaccuracies, plot holes, linguistic cliches, two-dimensional characters. The Da Vinci Code may not have been a classic, but it was at least an adventure.
The one saving grace is that it's not very long, so I didn't waste too much of my life reading it. I recommend you waste none of yours.
VALUE FOR MONEY: 3/10
I would much prefer a really well designed version of the first two levels. The opening bit in the pool is great fun, designing your own creature and then swimming around to escape from things while catching your own food.
Unfortunately, after that it just feels like a very limited version of Age of Empires - just one resource, and very few unit and building types. There is no research concept. The design of your creature makes no difference whatsoever - the only unique element of this game is just a gimmick after the first hour.
The gameplay is terrible… Read more