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 : Whac a Mole Tower

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from: Hasbro Games


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List Price: $49.99
Price: $39.99
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Binding: Toy
Brand: Hasbro
EAN: 0653569239017
Item Dimensions: 20904204551060
Label: Hasbro Games
Manufacturer: Hasbro Games
Manufacturer Minimum Age: 48 months
Model: 40510
MPN: 8796300
Publisher: Hasbro Games
Release Date: September 01, 2007
Studio: Hasbro Games

Features:
  • Ring in the fun when you grab your mallet and give the mole a whack!
  • With four different games to choose from, get ready to race the clock to light the lights and ring the bell
  • Be the first to get 100 points; or compete in a head-to-head battle and be first to win 60 points!
  • Electronic lights, bell sounds, automatic scoring
  • Includes 3-piece hinged tower with sliding mole, tower base, cardboard tower topper, mallet and instructions.



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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
All the action of a real arcade comes to life with this super-exciting four-foot-tall Whac-A-Mole carnival tower.

Amazon.com:
Bring carnival excitement into your home with the Whac-A-Mole Tower game! Kids ages four through eight can test their strength as they send the pesky mole scurrying up the tower and compete in four games.



Whac-A-Mole Tower is a miniature version of the popular carnival game. View larger.


Four different games provide endless mole-whacking amusement. View larger.
Turn on the Fun
At three feet tall when fully assembled, the Whac-A-Mole Tower is a miniature version of the popular carnival game. Featuring goofy mole cartoons, electronic lights, bell sounds, and automatic scoring, this toy is just as enticing as the real thing. Kids can choose from four different games and multiple players can join in the fun. Once the three-piece hinged tower is built, kids press the yellow arrow key until they reach the game they want to play, then press the green check mark. When the game is announced, it's time to grab the mallet and whack that mole! Although the Whac-A-Mole Tower is easy to set up and loads of fun, there are a few minor design flaws. The tower is constructed out of plastic and our testers weren't completely sure it could hold out against relentless mallet pounding. Also, the cardboard sign on the bell comes tumbling to the ground at the slightest touch. But unless your child is a pint-sized version of Thor, the Whac-A-Mole Tower should withstand rough child play.

Play It
With four different games to choose from, the Whac-A-Mole Tower offers endless mole-whacking amusement. When playing hammer time, kids try to light up all nine zones in the fastest time. In lights out, players send the mole up the tower to turn off the lights and the game ends when all five areas light up at once. Hit 100 is a game of a different sort, where players must score 100 points in the fastest time, and sometimes players have to send the sliding mole all the way to the top. In 0 to 60, kids compete in a head-to-head challenge and try to be the first to score 60 points. All games can be played with more than one player, so no one will be left out of the group.

Testing the Tower
Our testers decided to give the mole a whack and see if this toy is as fun as it looks. After a couple minutes spent taking out aggression on the bucktooth mole, it became obvious that this is the ideal kid's toy. Not only do the four games ignite friendly competition, simply trying to get the rodent all the way up the tower is a challenge. Once the tower is turned on, a fast-paced, distracting song plays through the game selection process and during game play. Despite a few minor design flaws, the Whac-A-Mole Tower gives kids the excitement they would find at a carnival, making this toy a great choice for families. This toy requires three C batteries (not included).

Pros
  • Has four fun games for friendly competition
  • Easy to set up
  • All games allow multiple players
Cons
  • Sign at the top falls off easily
  • Song is loud and distracts from game play
  • Plastic construction might not hold up against rough play
What's in the Box
3-piece hinged tower with sliding mole, tower base, cardboard tower topper, mallet, and instructions.




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