There is a really fun brand new game that has hit retailers that we wanted to share with you! With the craze of PieFace, there are just some games out there that make the game playing fun a whole new experience. This is a #1 New Release game seller on Amazon, so we thought it would be helpful to show a video of it in action!
What is the game? It is called Wobbly Worm and this is our Wobbly Worm Game Review! In this review, we show the unboxing and game play.
The best part is that this is a game that does not need supervision, is not complicated for young kids to play and is a lot of excitement – I mean my barely 2-year old was cheering and dancing around. There are not many games that can get a 2-year old excited!!
In fact, the buzz that our sweet little 2-year had about this game was so memorable for our family and for dad filming, that when I filled out our “daily memories” dad wanted to make sure we wrote about our son’s cheering and excitement when we could play the game and participate. It was that sweet of a moment!
It is a game where the “tasty red apple fell off the tree and rolled around and around on the ground. Out popped a Worm, and now he’s all Wobbly! Be the first to get all three of your hoops over Wobbly Worm’s head and you win!”
It is designed for ages 2-8 and for 2-3 players. Our 8, 5 and 2 year old played the game. I will say, it was a bit too easy for the 8-year old, but she had fun. We had her stand the furthest away, use the smallest ring size and “toss” the rings. That made it a bit more challenging for her. It was PERFECT for the 5-year old. No matter the game play style, it was a perfect fit for him. It was slightly difficult for our 2-year old to play by the exact rules. Instead, we modified for him as well and let him use the largest rings and he could walk right up to it to throw or place the ring. When it is on the tallest (hardest) level, it was a challenge for him to ring the worm when it was the wobbliest!
Wobbly Worm Game Review
Regardless, after the video was shut off, they continued to play for another 30-minutes, unsupervised (we were in the room, but didn’t have to sit there and give instructions step-by-step) and that was nice that they could all play a game together with their age range and all have fun and participate!
This game may just provide fun, safe, play for all of your young kids at one time and worth the memories and ability for all to participate! I love that I can clean my kitchen, make dinner, answer the phone…whatever I need to do and let the kids play in the family room without worrying about them or having to actively keep them busy – while they actively play! The giggles and cheers are the priceless reward for mom!
Have you tried this game yet?
This is a sponsored post written by me. All opinions and experiences are 100% mine.