6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
More Twister please by Hugo,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Twister (Toy)
My son aged five loves this game, I know that the age range is from 6 years on the actual box, but five is an ideal age to start trying it out.
It really gets small children to recognise colours and the shape of a circle without even thinking that they are learning something, you know what they say if they enjoy playing with something and it also teaches them something then it cann't be too bad a toy. (Cann't remember who said that, but from somewhere in my distant memory I can remember that being said when I was a child).
The game is quite robust even when five year old and 15 year old daughter and friends join in, it doesn't tear or rip and best of all it can be used outside in the summer, so instead of the children being couch potatoes, especially during the summer hols, get them outside with this, whilst you can have some peace inside without them!
The game can also be played with just two people, both of mine also play together and wear themselves out.
Great to take on a camping or caravanning holiday, small to pack but endless fun.
Good for adults too after a barbie, but not too much alchol though as could be a trip to casualty needed.
Glad I bought it as it did produce a good many laughs and gymnastics at the same time.
Quite a good priced game, if you think of the amount of times and people who can play it, without loosing lots of little pieces, great for a birthday present, as then when it comes to a quiet moment and prizes have run out, you know when younger ones want more and more prizes let them play this.
Have noticed that as of 5/5/07 when I was in Toysarus that they were doing a deal of buy any MB Game and get a free £12.99 Little Pets Tomagoche, or free football DVD (cann't remember exact title sorry) but well worth it as the Little Pets free gift is worth £12.99. I bought the Operation game for £9.99 and was amazed that my free gift was worth more than actual game I bought. (Could be worth putting away for present for someone for Birthday or Christmas).