|REVIEW|zombie blast game | LarabeeUK

|REVIEW|zombie blast game



Well, what can I say, what nearly 4 year old wouldn't love this game. Quite simply zombie blast is a walking zombie who's arms fall off if you shoot it enough times! 

T loves it, from a parents perspective yes I can see it may not appeal to all, I was a firm 'no guns' mum until recently when he played with one at a friends.  I'm really emphasising to him that this is a game and not something anyone would do really. 

Being a keen Scoody-Doo fan the fact that this is a zombie is really appealing to him.


One thing that I thought was fantastic was the packaging, easy to remove clips hold everything together and with about 95% of the packaging being cardboard, nice and easy to recycle. I personally like to have games like this in a proper box for easy storage so that's a slight downside for me.



The laser gun is really easy to use so even lite hands can pull the trigger, it does take a bit of skill to manage to shoot the zombie and I do like a toy that's a bit of a challenge rather than being easy to do from the get-go. I'd say zombie blast would appeal to all ages I know T would have loved it just as much  when he was nearer 3 and his 45 year old Dad really enjoyed it too!



With a retail price of £24.99 it does seem a little expensive, but it's made from high quality durable plastic but I guess as electronic toys go it's not bad value for money as I can see many fun hours spent shooting!

The game is suitable from 3+ and I suspect we'll have a 14 year old dying for a go when he next visits ;)

In summary

Pros
1. There's a zombie
2. It's a shooting game
3. The price is not extortionate
4. It's easy to get out of the packaging!

Cons
1. It is a shoot 'em up after all
2. Batteries not included

That's it really, if you gave this to any 3-7 year old I'm absolutely sure you'd be their favourite person just watch out for scowls from parents ;)
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