ELC Puff the Pop Up Dragon Game Reviews
Product Type: ELC Novelty Toy
Newest Review: ... up to the age of eight or so, but would imagine that they would find this a little more babyish. ===Final Words=== After ... more
Customer ELC Puff the Pop Up Dragon Game Reviews (5)
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I bought my son an ELC pop up dragon from a charity shop for £1 as I thought my son was ready for starting to play games. The Game itself involves a large grey castle with a black push down button in the centre which then hides a friendly looking plastic soft feel dragon. The Game has four coloured flags: Green, blue, yellow and blue and these fit in the slots in the castle wall. The aim of the game is to split the flags and each player takes it in turns to push a flag in the slot until you hit the one slot that pop the dragon up in the air. This game is recommended for children aged three to six years. I gave this to my son just before ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/13 (Very useful, 123 readings)
As we had been recommended to play turn taking games with three year old Freddy by both his speech and occupational therapist, I couldn't help but add this to my virtual basket when I saw it for sale at only £3 on the Early Learning Website. Although the reviews on the website were not exactly fantastic, I thought that at such a low price it was definitely worth taking the risk and buying this "Pop Up Pirate" clone. ===In The Box=== As soon as Puff The Pop Up Dragon arrived, Freddy couldn't wait to play and I do have to admit that the box it is supplied in does look very attractive. Within this sturdy cardboard box we are supplied with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/12 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The Early Learning Centre is somewhere you can rely on for good quality games. This pop up dragon game is a variation on a game that I always wanted as a child but never received - Pop Up Pirate. The game is really quite simple. You have a tower, and a rubber dragon sits on a plinth inside the tower. There are then slots all around the tower into which you slot little flags before rotating the tower and pushing the dragon down. This activates the game. You then pull out the flags one at a time on your go until you pull the one that flips a switch inside which pops the dragon up out of your tower. I have found that the push up mechanism can be quite forceful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/10, updated on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Puff the Pop Up dragon Game comes with a cute soft rubbery dragon, which my youngest loved playing with from no age, a plastic turret which rotates changing the location of the trigger switch each time, and several brightly coloured flags. To play the game you just push the dragon down, take turns putting in your own coloured flags, and see who can wake the dragon and make him pop up. My oldest was 2 1/2 when he got this and quite enjoyed it. He still likes it now and then, but is primarily just played at game night because it is one of the few games the 2 year old can play. That said he often prefers to carry it off by himself and just poke one flag into all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/10, updated on 20/06/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
The Early Learning Centre makes many good toys and the Puff the Pop Up Dragon is no exception as it is a really fun game. Puff the Pop Up Dragon comes with is a turret or tower with a dragon inside it and lots of little flags which comes in four different colours. It's a very simple game to play you start by pushing the dragon down into the turret, each player than takes a flag and pushes it into one of the slots in the turret. One of the slots, it's different every time, will make the dragon pop up once a flag is pushed into it. The person who pops the dragon loses the game and the game is ended and, if you live in our house, a new one begins and again and ... Read the complete review
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