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Scooby Doo Trap Time Fred's Mega Trap Building Kit
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- Over 30 MEGA Trap combinations!
- Includes Frankenstein Monster figure!
- Set up the trap & trap your monster!
- Fire the Boxing cannon missile!
- Parts connect in many different ways.
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Open Fred's MEGA Trap Building Kit & help build amazing monster catching traps in loads of combinations! Over 30 trap combinations to make!! Full of whacky villain-catching trap features: nets, cages, boxing glove cannon, plus monster!
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There is one piece that requires assembly, folding cardboard. Probably worth glueing it together as it can come apart after a few plays, easy to put back together.
It's reasonable quality, nothing outstanding but has lasted so far. The important thing is the child loves it, he is inventing his own traps and it is mentally challenging as well as improving his dexterity.
Note sure I'd have given it 4 stars for full price but I got it on offer
This is a difficult one to review. Mainly because I think it was an incredible idea. But, unfortunately has not been designed with some of the biggest Scooby fans in mind -- the four to seven year olds. Our six year old is very good at building things and working with his hands, but he doesn't really use this as intended. Generally, it's too delicate to set-up.
The trap kit comprises a thin plastic box that opens like a book. It is used for storing the various pieces. This is the first thing that could have been better. Great idea, packaging that could be good storage. However, each piece has its own unique place and it is difficult to put back and so it doesn't get put back.
The plastic trap pieces, are mouse trap like. Good quality, but somewhat difficult to use. See that piece with the two circles at the top and a bit of string? The string needs to be really carefully placed and balanced to operate one of the other pieces. I can do it, but my six year old can't. So be prepared to get involved, and being asked to help. You can create series of different traps. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't.
If you have an older child they will probably get on well with it. But if they are younger, you will have to help. Or they can play independently, but will create their own things and probably have more limited play and less longevity than could have been. Maybe a good buy only if you can get it cheap and are prepared for it not being used for very long. The value is only really in the idea and novelty.
Often if you find a good toy, you might buy it as a present for others. I wouldn't buy this again.
It's basically a Scooby Doo themed variation of "moustrap", and as it's a variation, it's really just a set of traps to be constructed and activated. It's very cleverly designed, with lots of potential variation, but sadly whilst it's conception is excellent, it's implementation is pretty poor. I was a pretty dismayed to find I needed to fold some cardboard together to form the body for one of the traps. Cardboard parts in a £20 toy? Give me a break! The bear-trap didn't work properly on mine, either: It needs some wear and lubricant.
Setting the traps up is fiddly and frustrating and activating the traps is disappointing because there is no story or purpose to activating the trap. You set it up, position the Frankenstein monster to get trapped and set the trap off. Whoopsie doo!
Incidentally, Scooby Doo and the gang are nowhere to be seen but as artwork on the box.
Tipping dominoes would be cheaper, more fun and probably no less fiddly and irritating to set up. Avoid this toy for yourselves, but consider buying for a child whose parents you particularly dislike.
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