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Crayola Create 2 Destroy Fortress Invasion Ultimate Destruction Playset

by Crayola

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  • Build it, Launch it, Smash it
  • Imaginative role play through building experiences
  • Creative play infused with challenges and competition
  • Low Mess, No Crumbling, No color transfer, Gritty Texture, Heavier for easy stacking and building
  • Kits work individually or together to build the ultimate set
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 14 x 12 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B00CI6J8L6
  • Item model number: 03-4115
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,358 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Kids will engage in imaginative role play while tapping into key creativity insights for incorporating challenging interactions, healthy competition with elements of customization and collectability.

Product Description

Fight epic battles with the Create2Destroy Fortress Invasion Ultimate Destruction play set. This interactive set provides everything you need to build four or more fortresses with warriors at guard, and then use the catapults to take them down to ruins. Designed for kids four and up, Fortress Invasion Ultimate Destruction comes with four catapults, three tubs of colorful Morphix construction compound, a play mat, 36 molds, and instructions for two challenging battle games.

Crayola Create2Destroy Fortress Invasion Ultimate Destruction
Includes everything you need to build up to four fortresses for an epic battle.
Build Strong Fortresses with Morphix

To create a big-time boulder battle, you'll need to start from the bottom up. Press Morphix into the molds to create bricks and boulders that you can stack to build secure fortresses of any size and shape. Use more molds to create warriors who can stand guard. When everything is in place on the large, colorful play mat, prepare for an epic battle.

Ready, Set, Launch

With four catapults, you'll be able to launch boulders directly at the warriors and fortresses, smashing and crashing them down one by one. When rubble is all that remains, you can build the fortresses up again, creating a brand new scene with every battle.

Two Challenging Games

This set also comes with detailed instructions on two different games you can play by yourself or with a friend.

Connects with Other Create2Destroy Sets

For even more smash-up adventures, this set is compatible with other Create2Destroy play sets. You can place different play mats together to extend and enhance the battle zone.

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What's in the Box?

Four catapults, three tubs of Morphix, play mat, 36 molds, play mat, and game instructions.

At a Glance:
  • Build up to 4 fortresses for an epic battle
  • 4 catapults launch rocks and boulders
  • Comes with 36 Morphix molds
  • Includes instructions for 2 challenging games
  • Connects with other Create2Destroy sets

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Get something else for your kids!
Duke 1132
My grandson tried this out for a few minutes and then lost interest, telling me "It's boring, Oma!"
CGScammell
Catapults, "destruction," forts and of course making the pieces with the clay and molds.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Angela Streiff TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 6, 2013
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While most of us know better than to assume that the photo on the front of a toy box is an accurate representation of what's inside, this one was WAY off. First of all, the photo on the box shows two kids catapulting boulders at the "fortress" forts they've built. The blocks look somewhat large in the photo. When these blocks are actually made, they come out about 1/3 of an inch tall. The boy hiding behind 4 and 6 stacked blocks pictured on the box would have to be about 2 inches tall to hide behind this many blocks. So the idea that kids can make a fort with this set is ridiculous. The set comes with just a few cups of building material. What can be made with this set is forts for action figures, army men, and anything else a few inches tall.

This set comes with a large piece to set everything up on that looks like a kind of board game. Definitely keep your blocks on this board. I learned the hard way what happens when you set these blocks on anything else. The substance they are made of caused the shiny surface of my coffee table to get a dried out and cloudy look to it, everywhere the blocks were sitting. I've been Pledging the table like crazy to try and fix it.

My son was excited at first to get this. He was beyond eager to set it all up and try it out. He meticulously added the clay/sandy like material to the molds to create the blocks. Once in the molds we left them to dry out over night. The next morning they wouldn't release from the molds. So we waited until after school that day, in the afternoon, to try again. They still didn't want to come out easily, so we started banging on the molds to get the blocks out. When we finally did get them all to release, we found they were still a little rubbery. This might be how they are supposed to stay.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Sam Archer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 30, 2013
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This is Crayola's version of a Playdoh castle set.

You get a gritty playdoh which you can use in multiple mods from castle parts to tiny soldier molds.

The Playdoh is called Morhpix which is easily moldable and just like Playdoh but with more grit.It can scratch your tables and hardwood floors due to the texture unlike regular playdoh.

It comes with catapults and a play mat, molds, and two Morphix containers.

It is fun to play and my kids used it all day the first day they got it. After the novelty wore off they never looked at it again.

For parents it's kind of painful to clean up and you want your kids to play with this outside or you'll end up with the gritty Morphix playdoh stuff all over the carpet or floors.

Overall,
Good for an afternoon of fun but not really worth the money.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By R. Ferguson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 15, 2013
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I don't recommend this toy. I gave it 2 stars instead of 1 because at least it is a construction toy that has three little tubs of clay (gritty clay) and a set of molds. Other than that, the set is a bomb. The clay is called Morphix, and the directions warn you explicitly that Morphix is abrasive and may damage surfaces (like tables, floors). For the intended age range, I'd rather have a product that does not require clay police. The molds themselves are very small, and the finished product does not, in my view, measure up to what appears on the box cover. When using the molds, the directions suggest turning them over and tapping them to get the clay out, but sometimes the clay just gets stuck. I don't mind that kids have to wait overnight for the clay to dry; we have plenty of building sets that require days to complete. But the whole result is underwhelming. The catapults are cheap and don't work terribly well. The play-mat is small and just part of the cardboard box. I think you'll end up finding this set deeply discounted at an arts and craft store near you.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Newman VINE VOICE on November 20, 2013
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My 12 year old absolutely loved this game and has gotten a couple of refills to get other colors of clay. He was stoked to create castles and men and created different scenarios and rules sets constantly. It was brought out many times and he built multiple castles. If it were up to him this would be five plus stars.

For me I see a few draw backs. The biggest being the mess, although I have to admit it all vacuumed up easily, and it was cleaner than more traditional playdoh sets (or maybe my kids are getting neater.) The clay itself is different from traditional playdoh in that it has grit in it and a less organic smell and feel. It dries, which I am now thinking might be the point, to create more permanant bricks. My son like to create and recreate and has been pretty religous about putting the clay back in the containers.

Personally my biggest frustration with this product is that the clay does not come back out of the molds easily. We end up with 30 minutes of banging the molds trying to get the molded clay to release. Also the catapults are less than destructive on the wet clay, although they can fling clay rocks with satisfactory force.

Pros
+ My kids love the game
+ Involves imagination of construction

Cons
- Messy, clay crumbs everywhere
- Hard to get clay back out of molds
- Clay dries

Summary:
In the end, the only thing that matters is my boys enjoy this, and they totally do. My older son especially loves to create extensive castles. It is fairly open ended creativity right down to the "rules." On his response alone I would have to recommend this to any boys interested in building.
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