The children were recently sent the ‘Alien Mission Evolution’Game to review. I thought they would thoroughly enjoy playing it around the house I decided not to pass up the opportunity for them.
I was a little bit apprehensive to receive it as I wasn’t sure exactly what it would be like as it says for over 5’s.
Sophia is nearly six and she very much enjoyed it. Archie of course cannot do anything without his big sister so he also had to have one. They both were so excited to get it open and to start playing with it.
The game itself comes with goggles and a blaster to get the aliens with. It is very fun! The items are very sturdy and great quality. The children both able to fit the goggles on themselves.
You have to listen for strange sounds and the alines appear in the goggles as if they are in front of you and you blast them with the blaster. The children were pretty impressed with this. In fact so was Mr T and I. The aim of the game is to blast as many of the aliens as you can and the winner is the person with the most points at the end of the game.
You have to synchronise your goggles with your blaster for each game and there are also three different levels to play which is great for younger or older children.
The game comes with 4 different alien cards and you can get extra points for finding these. An adult can hide these around the house for the children to find.
Each set requires 6 AAA batteries which are not included.
All in all I think it is a fab game. I think possibly my two had the whole idea of the game go over their heads as they are a bit young. But I think for older ones this is a fab game and so much fun. I love that is comes with extra cards to find around the house and that you are able to see the aliens in the goggles as if in your home.
A really cool game that I wish had been around when I was younger. It is always fun using your imagination and this game helps to create an alien mission in your own home and bring it to life. I definitely recommend the game.
Thank you to Megableu for sending these over for the children to try out.
*This is a collaborative post. All opinions are honest and my own.