01 December 2015

WIN 5 Megableu Games

At Halloween we had the opportunity to review 2 spooktacular games from Megableu, Creepy Hand and Ghost Hunt, and now another lovely bundle of family fun products have arrived to put to the test, just in time for Christmas.




Alien Mission 
£39.99

After popping on your sensor goggles (which are adjustable for maximum comfort) and activating the electronic gun, the intergalatic adventure commences! Aliens appear as if by magic around your home and your objective is to find, shoot and destroy them. The player with the highest score wins.

It's a fast moving and active game and Jamster in particular enjoyed this as he likes the idea of being a hero and saving the world! You get a point for each alien shot but if you accidentally hit an innocent robot you lose a point so you really need to be focused during play.  It's great for building concentration skills.

6 batteries are required, 3 AAA for both the goggles and gun, which aren't included but the on/off switch helps to reserve them when not in use. It's aimed at children aged 5+ and although you can play against others you can also play indepentanlty by trying to beat your previous score which is ideal if a child doesn't have siblings or friends around to join in. 

Each session lasts 90 seconds and the final score will be displayed on the gun for you to view with ease. There are 4 cards included in the set which can be hidden in rooms to find and earn bonus points, 2 for each.





Cobra Attack
£24.99

This game left me feeling rather nostalgic as it reminded me very much of my childhood and playing 'What's the time Mr Wolf' at school! You have to creep up on the cobra without being spotted and after 2 attempts the snake will pop up from the basket! 

After loading the snake using the key provided, switching the toy on and setting the difficulty level, the cobras eyes will light up green meaning it's safe to approach, but if you move while they are red you will be spotted. The idea is to remove the emerald from the front of the basket without being seen and the player to do so wins.

Unlike any game I've seen before, this is based around patience and it's quite exciting for little ones to play due to the anticipation of the pop. We all found it quite amusing and jumped when it did spring from the basket!

4 AA batteries are required (not supplied) and it is aimed at children aged 5+. This too can be played alone or with friends/family. You can take it in turns to see who can remove the emerald first or play up to a certain score of your choice. It's best to use it on a table for the sensor to work correctly.




Trickin' Camel
£19.99

The aim of this game is to complete the challenges and collect the bottles... but prepare to get a little damp in the process. If you make a mistake the camel will spit!

Included in the box is the camel and base, 22 bottles and a pipette. It's easy to assemble and take apart again afterwards which is useful for storage. There are three challenges to play - a guessing game, speed game and memory game. For the first, a pattern of lights illuminate and you have to guess which flashed last by pressing that colour button. For the second, players have to remember and then repeat a light sequence. For the third, you must press the colours as they appear as fast as possible. If you win a challenge the camel will play a bottle opening sound and you can collect a bottle from the crate. If you make a mistake you will get sprayed with water and the other players can collect a bottle instead. 

The challenges are repeated until no bottles are left in the crate. The camel will sometimes throw bottles out at random so you need to react quickly and collect them for bonus points. The player with the most bottles will be the winner at the end. 

3 AA batteries are needed for this and 1-4 players can play aged 5 or over, although it may be suitable for those a little younger too I feel. The Mini Mes really like the competitive and challenging aspects of this game and we have since purchased one for a friend that also liked to play this!




I love how the games from Megableu that we received aren't your standard board games, they seem to be very unique and far more appealing. The Mini Mes have requested to get these out several times to play since their arrival. All 5 get a thumbs up from us.





For your chance to WIN 5 Megableu games worth over £150 you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 6th December 2015. 

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35 comments :

  1. Tricken camel looks funny for the kids

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  2. Alien mission looks like a lot of fun for the kids

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  3. Trickin camel because I think my girls will love it

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  4. Alien invasion sounds amazing! I might have to wait for my turn though, think my son would love it!!!

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  5. trickin camel it has water and looks fun

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  6. My girls love whats the time mr wolf, so cobra attack would be their choice :)

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  7. The camel game sounds really fun, it reminds me of a time on holiday when one spat at hubby, would be great fun x

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  8. Alien Mission. looks like it would keep the kids happy for hours.

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  9. Alien Mission looks like it would be so much fun to play with my son! <3 Sounds like the perfect way to help his concentration and have a right good time too! :D

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  10. Alien Mission, I think the kids would love it

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  11. Alien mission looks like so much fun :)

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  12. Alien mission - my son would love it!

    Ashleigh

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  13. Alien Mission looks great fun for me and my boys

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  14. My son has already told me he wants Alien Mission - it's on his Christmas list!

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  15. Alien Mission, my son would love it!

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  16. Cobra Attack - love anything with a sense of anticipation :)

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  17. cobraattack because it would make everyone jump and giggle.

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  18. Cobra Attack because it will remind me of I'm a Celebrity when it finishes this weekend!

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  19. Alien mission, looks great fun and all the family can have a go x

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  20. Alien Mission sounds fun shooting the aliens and something different to what we have

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  21. Alien Mission, my nephew says that looks the coolest

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  22. Alien mission looks so cool, my kids would love it xx

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  23. Alien mission as we would have fun playing xx

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  24. Claire Elizabeth Noke3 December 2015 at 23:47

    Cobra Attack - Looks fun, full of anticipation & drama xx

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  25. Trink'in Camel seems a fun game makes me remind of a camel ride I had as a kid also my daughter would love to play with it.Looks exciting

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  26. Trickin Camel- I think my grandchildren would love this game as it looks fun & both girls & boys can play it.And they are so into games now. Looks Fun.

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  27. Thank you for offering some lovely gifts for us all to win.I know who ever wins will be so pleased as there is something for everyone to have fun with.Thanks.

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  28. Alien mission to blast those pesky aliens away

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  29. Alien mission! We love anything about aliens and my kids would have great fun "catching" them :)

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  30. i asked my son and he really likes the look of cobra attack x

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  31. Love the Trinkin Camel as would be fun and laughter with my neices and nephews -love games we can play together especially as the evenings are so long now and I don't like them watching too much television or gadgets which seem so pointless and antisocial

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  32. The Trickilin Camel looks like a great game or all ages x

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  33. I Think Cobra Attack would have us all giggling with anticipation !

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