My kids are 6, 7 and 9. They absolutely love playing this game. They learned how to play with no problems and want to play it everyday. Great family friendly game.
This really fun boxed set of two iconic figures from the Masters of the Universe line really surprised me. They are vibrant, articulated, about 3" tall, and bring back the nostalgia that I had almost forgotten from my youth. The set includes Man-at-Arms and Stratos with accessories. These great, amazing figures from the Loyal Subjects are similar to their individual blind box releases with slightly different paint decos. I think the coolest thing about these little guys is that after almost 40 yrs, the He-man and Masters of the Universe line could, and should, do very well with a resurgence of the property. Not to mention this box set alone got my daughter interested also.
I am a teacher and wanted to find a game they could do interdependently that was challenging but not too frustrating. My students love this game! I would not recommend though to students that get frustrated easily with simpler puzzles or brain teasers...
My 2 year old and I loved this toy until we discovered that there aren't enough blue pegs to fill the blue holes in one of the pictures. My daughter was feeling very proud of her matching skills until she felt confused, wondering if she'd done something wrong. We spent some time searching for the missing pegs, assuming that a toy designed to teach children color sorting and matching skills would provide enough pegs to complete a picture. When we read the box and counted the number that was provided, we discovered that there simply aren't enough to complete the picture. Now, I'm all about creativity, but when a game has the word "match" in its title, I get the impression that it's about matching like colors.
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