Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Bobble Bots Review

We were sent some Bobble Bots Moshi Monsters to review.  They use Hexbug Nano vibration technology to buzz around.  They are very collectable with plenty to choose all with unique and individual personalities.  Very bright and colourful, they would make lovely little stocking fillers for Christmas.  A toy your child can put down and watch zoom off (ideally on hard surfaces, like laminate floors, tables and books, as carpets they become sluggish or just buzz on the spot!).

I did not realise till reading the press release that each of the individual packaged Moshlings comes with secret codes to unlock fresh new content on the online virtual world of  So definitely remember to get your codes BEFORE you have added the cardboard to the recycling bin (and its wet and squishy from the rain!).

Youngest has enjoyed carrying DJ Quack around in his pocket everywhere.  

DJ Quack thought he had his work cut out entertaining the youngest, then he went from the frying pan into the fire and regretted his concerns now he was a play thing for a big black panther…

Great entertainment for children and cats alike!

Like nano’s you can also get a run, but no ordinary run would do for these bubbly characters they have actual replica streets, buildings and houses found online in Monstro City.  Some of them look quite spectacular.  Although I cannot comment on how easy they are to put together or anything further as we had the characters not the buildings.  I wouldn’t mind scurrying around the Moshi Monsters House (£29.99) though.

These would be a fun addition to your schedule of party games at any birthday; you could have one each to race.  I know it would be a welcome change for me not having to wrap what feels like a million layers for pass the parcel!  Anything to avoid wrapping lethargy!  Plus this would be one game children are not normally expecting so would be talked about for a long time afterwards I am sure!

Available to buy from Toys R Us for £5.99

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