“ Brand: Milton Bradley / For 2 - 6 players „
Boogie Ball was one of the best games (electronically) that I bought as a family fun-night gift. Didn't know what it entailed but became a huge fan. Leaving the batteries in, it rusted. Still miss that game.
I bought my daughter a Boogie ball last xmas, and she was very disapointed, it is like a round version of simon, (certainly nothing like it appears on the television advertisements). Only you turn the ball to chase the lights, instead of pressing buttons. Why it is called boogie ball I have no idea, there is no boogie or music to it apart from when the game is completed, its very boring and hard for a child to retain intrest in. My advice is give it a miss and buy simon instead its more fun and cheaper too!. Oh and it is very hard on batteries of which it takes four and you need a screwdriver and a steady hand to access them also.
My 8yr old daughter had seen the tv adverts for the boogie ball, and same as me got the idea it played loads of cool music. Not so, its like an electronic chase the light game, with the ball having lines of tiny bulbs running on it. The idea been to keep up an catch the green dot with a red one to win the game. The ball makes several noises but is not really anything interesting at all. My daughter has only used it once, its more of a challenge than a game and not many children would find it intresting enough to warrant £20 spending on it.
With 6 light games, aimed for between 2 and 6 players! The aim is to chase and catch the colours as they light up red, green, or yellow. Gets faster as the game progresses.