Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Find Waldo, Elmo, or Captain Underpants and Pals in the Newest Find It ® Games! #Review and #Giveaway




Thank you to Find It Games ® for providing me with product in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions shared below are my own. 

Since I was a little girl, I have had a fondness for "hidden object" games. It started with pictures in my favorite kids' magazine and as I got older, it evolved to CD-rom games on the computer. When we recently found an older CD-rom, we decided to let D try it out and she quickly discovered how much fun these kinds of games are.



When we had a chance to introduce both girls to a newer type of hidden objects game, with Find It ® Games we were pretty excited.  They had just released their newest collection of "puzzling adventures in tall clear tubes", which included Captain Underpants, Sesame Street Jr., and (my personal favorite) Where's Waldo themed tubes! We opted to check out the Captain Underpants and Where's Waldo adventures, since both girls' Sesame Street days are behind them. 

Find It ® Games are great for long car rides!



I love that these games feature characters that both D and R are familiar with. I was really keen on the flexibility of game play too. The girls (and their parents, 2 grandparents, at least one older cousin and 1 auntie) really enjoy playing these games, They've played alone, with one another (HUGE WIN!), with the cards, and just using the alphabetical list on the top of the tube. D likes using the list at the top while R prefers finding the items hiding inside of the tube and then trying to find them on the list at the top (which is really fun way for her to work on some reading skills!).

D, with her intense search face, enjoys playing with the "Captain Underpants" Find It ® Game During R's Soccer Game


These contained adventures have been played in lots of places too. They've been played in the house, in the car, and even on the sidelines of the soccer field! Let's face it, sometimes long car rides or a sibling's soccer game can be rather boring, so it's pretty great to be able to grab something that can keep both girls entertained for an extended period of time. It's even better when it's not an electronic device! 

R enjoys the "Where's Waldo" Find It ® Game During a Break From Her Soccer Game

Want It? Get It! 

If you're looking for fun and educational toys, these contained adventures from Find It ® Games  are it! In addition to the Where's Waldo, Captain Underpants, and Sesame Street Jr themed tubes, you will find 11 other fun themes, including Eww Gross!Discover America, and Glitz and Glamour. You can even Customize your own Find It ® game, which I will definitely be looking into further. 
You can purchase Find It ® Games directly from their website or check out the store finder to see which stores in your area carry them. 

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Want It? Win It! 

One lucky MBP reader will win their choice of a Where's Waldo, Captain Underpants, or Sesame Street Jr.  Find It ® Game! This giveaway is open to US residents, 18+. No PO Boxes. Just use the handy RC entry form below to enter for your chance to win. MBP is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Giveaway is void where prohibited and is in no way associated with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any other form of social media. See our policies page for complete rules/details.

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18 comments:

  1. MY kids enjoy board games like sorry, connect 4 or card games like uno.

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  2. My daughter would play anywhere, even in the car traveling.

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  3. We play uno and guess who often

    Tracie brown
    Tburchar@yahoo.com

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  4. Right now, my son really likes puzzles and this is great because the whole family can join in.

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  5. We love numbers/counting games right now. Sorry, Trouble - all the games to really help reinforce counting! But puzzles are always a fan favorite!

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  6. My oldest loves puzzle games, my younger kids love board games.

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  7. My son and I like to play Chutes and Ladders.

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  8. My daughter would play in the living room while everyone is watching tv and enjoy it.

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  9. We like playing searching games and board games. My kids also love playing video games.

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  10. We would play this on the dining room table or in the family room.

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  11. My daughter would play while visiting friends and family

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  12. I love playing JENGA with my boy its fun and silly

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  13. Right now it is puzzles and building blocks.

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  14. For overnight stays with friends I am sure it would travel to.

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  15. My boys like playing Battleship, Checkers and Jenga.

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  16. I must have read this wrong but games we play is sorry, scrabble and so many great ones. I am loving this one for my daughter to keep her busy

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