SPIDER-MAN is chasing the creepy Rhino villain. Become a superhero and join his battle…
Superhero’s. Kids love them. Adults love them.
What I didn’t account for when I reviewed The Ultimate Spider-man game from Megableu is how much daddy monkey would like it.
In fact he liked it so much that the kids were begging him for a shot. However, he kept saying “just a minute”. I had to remind him to share, which you don’t expect to do with a 21-year-old (ahem….)
Who are Megableu?
If you want to know more about this fabulous company, check out my post from earlier on in the week: Piggin’ Boogers.
Essentially they are a French company who make children’s toys and games. There toys are original and inventive.
How do you play Spider-man?
This is the fun part. Spider-man sits on a base, when you press start he spins around and projects Rhino onto the walls and ceilings. The projection changes every few seconds, high and low and all around the room.
Your mission should you choose to accept it, is to use the laser gun to make the Rhino disappear. Each time you get a hit it is marked on your laser gun. It is like laser quest in your very own living room!
There are a few different levels too, so when you get comfortable with the first level you can move up to the next.
The person with the most points win, of course that is if you share!
You have probably figured out what the hubby thinks of this, he loved it. When the boys eventually got a shot they loved it too. One thing about these megableu games is that they have the ability to create a lot of laughter where the kids are concerned which is a huge bonus as far as I am concerned.
It took a little while to connect the gun to the projections, mainly because we are terrible at reading instructions, but once connected it was easy and fun to use.
A top tip from us is if you have younger kids do it is a small room. The monkeys said it as too difficult to do it in our living room, but took part with ease when we moved into the utility room.
We loved this fabulous game. The boys have it constantly set up in the utility room now, and I know they are playing it because I can hear the giggling!
Disclosure – we were provided with the game for free. All thoughts and opinions are our own.