A Review Of Pop On Pals Amusement Park

REVIEWS | | July 28, 2010 at 4:34 pm

When I was offered the Pop On Pals Amusement Park I was trying to figure out if I wanted to take a look at more toys. The only reason I was eager to check it out was the fact that playsets seem to hold a much longer. I love the little doll houses and slides etc they hold hours of pretend fun for the kids and truthfully a way for my 3 and 5 year old to actually play together. I did not say they did not fight over it but play as long as I can cook (or blog).

The kids did play with them for a while but I admit it held the attention better for my 3 year old than 5 year old, but then again maybe that was what it was geared for. Basically this all in one amusement park comes with a rollercoaster, fair games to hit the pins, swing and big wheel.

What I loved:

  • The shape is just right for toddler hands.
  • That most of it was non electronic
  • Little kids could really play by themselves
  • The vibrant colors
  • That it was compact enough to carry around to play elsewhere.
  • The changeable hands for the figurine.
  • The ability to “hit” the pins” for the game without much effort and no pieces falling off.

What I did not:

  • The electronic sounds – seriously don’t think they were necessary
  • This is a pet peeve for most sets – I wish they came with just more than one figurine. Just no fun having one character at the fair.
  • While the interchangeable hands are fun it makes for small parts getting lost easily
  • The roller coaster is too fast – yeah I know that is what they normally are but for the effort it takes to place the character the fun is over soon after it began.

Disclosure: I received the product for review!

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