A very attractive game that our testing families were keen to test. WHile some familes enjoyed laughter this game can inspire, it wasn't a favourite choice for some families. Most found the game too quick with the spoon changing colour before our preschool testers could sucessfully scoop the ceral pieces. One family commented the colour of the lighted spoon was difficult to see unless playing in a darkened room. And due to the faster speed skill of older children, it didn't make a good choice for siblings to play together.
WHAT THE KIDS SAY
WHAT ADULTS THINK
Crazy Cereal is a unique, easy to play game that helps develop hand eye co-ordination and colour recognition. F7 found this game too easy and quickly lost interest. My f5 found it frustrating when she didn't have quick speed and the parent had to adjust playing speed. A neat idea for a game but it's long term appeal would be guarded in our home. Well-made game but it didn't peak the interest of f5 and f7. Only safety concerns is that the small cereal pieces are choking hazards for young children.
My son 4, loves this simple game! Loves the bright cereal colors, the flashing of the spoon and trying to be faster then us! Kept his attention with seeing the light change and having to get the matching cereal. Game can be played over and over, or one game at a time...its perfect downtime before bed. My only concern was that the light does switch a little too quickly for younger kids. My son, 4, got a little frustrated when he finally got the colored cereal in his spoon and then the light changed. Otherwise he love the game and matching the colors If there are younger sibling, this game should not be played around them, the cereal are small pieces.
It’s a showdown in a bowl! Grab a spoon and watch as it magically changes color. Then, dig into the cereal-serving bowl and scoop up pieces of that color. Cross your fingers for a color flash free-for-all and collect two pieces at a time. During this all-play game, quickly collect the most cereal pieces to win!
45 Cereal pieces
A fast-paced preschool color-matching game where 2 players compete for the most cereal pieces