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The Enchanted Ball
Olivia is now at the right age for board games and we are on that stage of playing games together or as a family. That’s the beauty of board games right? Who am I to say “no”, when Megableu asked us to review some of their toys. I know it would be something for us to try and they do have a lot of good choices of toys and games to bring fun in the family. We are always up for fun especially when stuck in the house during cold and wet days.
Olivia being all about princesses, she chose The Enchanted Ball. Why not when it means, you get to be a princess in a beautiful ball dress and will get a chance to dance with the Prince in the musical dance court. If you do get picked by the Prince to dance with him, you will then get rewarded with a star and the first princess to get 4 stars is the winner. For 5 years old’s imagination, this is exciting especially as they live in the Prince and Princesses (imaginary) world.
This is a battery (not included) operated game, you have to push the head of the price so the music will start as well the dance floor vibrates to make the princesses to move in the centre and see if they get lucky to get to dance with the Prince. There are four princesses so, that means it could be played up to 4 persons. It is definitely a fun game.
Olivia has been enjoying it, she even play with it on her own when I can’t join with her like when I am cooking in the kitchen. This also cracks her up, cheering for her favourite princess to get to dance with the price.
Now, for the fun part, it’s The Trickin Camel. I mean, like a game that will make you jump off your chair. Exciting like you’ll get splashed with water or …you come across a camel carrying full of bottled water on its back. You being so thirsty and all you want is a drink. You will do your best to win a drink, won’t you? Remember though, this camel could be funny or let’s say it’s forgivable if we say that this camel is a little bit rude to spit on your face if he not pleased. On the flip side, he could be generous when he gives you some drinks to quench your thirst. Who gets more bottles will win. Saying that, no one is safe from getting splash. I mean, getting spat on the face.
Really. Don’t worry, it’s not a real camel though. It requires 3 AA batteries (not included) to do it’s trick and to kick up the fun. There are 3 different challenges and up to 4 thirsty players.
Some might disagree, about the spitting that a child will copy and will spit on a friend’s face when not pleased. But it’s only a game and it’s our obligation to teach our child what’s right and wrong. There’s a time to be serious and proper. There’s a time to laugh. A good laugh. There’s a time for a game, time for kids to be just kids, play with them or for them to share with siblings or friends and make childhood memories. If we take things too serious, we might end up not being able to do anything, right?
If you’re up for fun, you can get these toys from Amazon links below:
I also teamed up with Megableu for one lovely reader that is always up for a good fun to win ONE Megableu in this review. Please state in your comment below which game you would like to win. The Enchanted Ball or Trickin Camel Game. UK Entrants only. Terms and Condition apply.