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Moshi Monsters Talking Poppet Plush
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- Talking Poppet Soft Toy
- Squeeze Poppet's tummy to hear her speak (the Moshi language).
- Your favourite monster really talks
- Requires 3 x LR44
- 4 years
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Welcome to Moshi Monsters. A virtual world of monstrous proportions where kids can adopt their own pet monster. Monstro City provides and exciting platform for users to make friends, explore the world, solve puzzles and of course look after your new pet.
Moshling are little creatures that live in the wilds of the Moshi Monsters world. Players can capture them by planting seeds in their garden. If they get the correct combination of seeds to bloom a Moshling will be attracted to their garden.
How to create your Moshi. Adopt one of the six monsters, customize its colour scheme and then name it. Nurture it so that it is happy and healthy.
Have fun with your Moshi. Play a daily puzzle to earn Rox (in-game currency) and go shopping with the Rox you have earned. Communicate with your friends via their pin boards. Customise your monster and style its room.
When it comes to dressing up fashion-forward Poppet is a Moshi on a mission. Glam, sassy, kooky or cool, she is the cutest stylista in town. Poppets are chinchilla-like monsters who have mid-length ears, a curled up tail and a pair of rubber boots. All Poppets are sweet and friendly but are bashful and shy too. They are known for dancing but prefer to do it in private. Their timid, quiet way is a big difference from the other monsters, which are more confident than the Poppet. Poppets are rather emotional. Being shy is one of their many overall traits. Poppets are very loyal and playful. Despite being sweet-natured, timid monsters, Poppets are in no way pushovers.
Poppet can really talk! Squeeze her tummy to hear her speak. One supplied. Requires 3 x LR44 batteries, included. For Ages 4 years and over.
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought this for my daughters birthday as a last minute present and it arrived super fast. She loves Moshi Monsters and was over the moon with this, the only thing is it speak Moshi language - which as first we thought was French or Spanish, I had thought it would be English since Poppet speaks English in the movie....
Regardless my daughter loves it and so do we, can't fault the quality, just bear in mind it wont speak English - on word we go was Poppet and Oh no the rest is jibberish.
For the price it is a pretty decent size and it is really easy for my 2 year old to use - the tummy is pressed and it is not just some silly button they need to find, it is easily pressed.
Good value & nice size toy.
It does speak, but I think it's Moshi as I have no idea what it say, beyond " popper" & "ahola"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for a present, was as discribed. Party not till Halloween week but hopefully will be happy with it.Published 9 months ago by Gina 2
Unfortunately talk box didn't work :( But as it was a present she wanted to have it as it was.Tried new batteries,£7 but still didn't work :(Published 9 months ago by Jeremy Bicknell