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PLAYMOBIL Take Along Soccer Match Playset
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- The Take Along Soccer Set lets kids have a complete game experience on-the-go
- Goalie figures connect to a joystick that kids control
- Playmobil is the largest toy manufacturer in Germany
- Figures can bend, sit, stand and turn their heads
- Includes 6 figures, a 22 x 33 inch field, soccer ball and other accessories
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Playmobil Take Along Soccer Match
Take the Game on the Road
Great for Play Dates
- Take along set in a portable case with handle
- Great mobility - players can kick and goalies can move left or right and tilt from side to side
- Realistic indoor soccer field with turf-like floor spanning 22" x 33"
- Equipped with 4 field players, 2 goalies, nets, 2 soccer balls, and more
- Recommended for ages 5 to 10
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As a soccer loving household I thought this would be a welcome toy addition, but the most excitement it's seen has been as a rocket launch pad or Lego tray. It also works well for staging cars and small figures. But to be used as it was intended has held little interest. Not enough like Foosball to be active, not enough figures to make it a proper game of strategic formations.
As I said, its alternative uses make up for the lack of specific soccer interest. I'd be sure whoever you intended on buying this for had a chance to test it out somehow first. I wouldn't assume it would be 'the' perfect gift for a soccer loving kiddo unless they specifically asked for it.
When I received the Playmobil Take Along Soccer Match, the kids were quite thrilled. Completely collapsed, the game is a bit larger than the old style briefcases people used to carry in the 80’s. Given the larger size and the rock hard sides, I am not sure I would call the game portable. The game seemed pretty straightforward to initially put together, but I have to admit I had to pull out the directions to figure out how to assemble the goalies.
Once assembled, I have to say I was a bit disappointed in the game. The game is a bit slow. It kind of reminded me of playing Pong on the old Atari system. The forwards have legs that kick the ball. When they played the game properly, a person would kick, then after the kick, another person would have to line their player up and kick the ball back. After awhile, the kids tended to just move the figures around and used the base to kick the ball rather than using the figures legs, which resulted in a game that kind of resembled a mock war with green army men.
I could not help but notice that after a few days, the game pretty much stood in the corner. After having the game for a month, I could not help but notice that the kids had not used the game to play soccer for about 3 weeks. However, the field has become kind of a playground area for their other dolls and figurines, but they do not use it very often, even for that.Read more ›
To be honest the game play is more akin to paper football (which you take turns flicking a paper triangle into a goal) and not fast paced like foosball. Perhaps that's why they don't bother including the even slower and more complicated game instructions in the kit (an insert tells you to go to play.playmobil.com if you want to download them). I'd only recommend using those rules for the most patient and soccer rule enthused of children. No mater, in our house the field still gets lots of play. Other Playmobil sets frequently host parades on the field, it serves as a parking lot, a battlefield and more. The soccer stars also have a good time showing off their kicking actions to their otherwise stationary brethren.
+ Big and portable
+ Fun assembly
+ Simple to use
+ Imaginative play that goes way beyond the game
+ Moving and action pieces
+ Holds more than just its own pieces
- Simplistic game play loses luster
- The case mode require spine and handle pieces which are separated and not used when in field mode.
Maybe this is just not a game that a grown man can play with his child, But If you have several young one's in the house they might have a better time with it than I did.
So when I had a child of my own, of course, I got Playmobil toys. However my son has shown little interest in figurines and dramatic play. I got him the Egyptian set and that has not been a hit. However, since he loves to play soccer in real life, I thought I would get him this. I'm so glad I did because it's been a huge hit!
On the parent side, I'm so impressed that the little figures can actually kick. The goalies can dive and stop the ball, you can really play-act out whatever kind of game you want. I also like it that the entire thing folds down into a handy case. Wonderful to store under the bed, and to take it to Grandma's. It comes with number stickers so you can assign the players any number you want. It's detailed enough that the goalies each have their own gloves that come off and on.
On the kid side, my four (almost 5 year old) son loves to score goals. He'll sometimes have his guys take turns kicking goals while mommy (as goalie) tries to defend. Or sometimes he'll have the guys dribbling a bit before shooting. He's able to open the case and set everything up himself, which speaks to how easy it is.
The only drawback I can think of is there are small parts that can get lost. The little gloves, I am certain, will go missing. There are two soccer balls which I predict will also get lost in the future.
But besides that, I think this has been a huge hit with my little guy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It does not work for long run. First few hours that is all. Now it sits someplace in the basement.Published 19 days ago by Val
My 7 year old has had this for over a year and still enjoys playing with it. It's a cute little toy and I like that it stores well without having to have a separate container for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katie Hrtin
Such a fun toy Santa brought for my son. My 4 year old is loving it and has already spend several hours playing with it.Published 1 month ago by MBond
I like the mechanism works in the set. The goalie can move wherever and I can take it anywhere on-the-go!Published 1 month ago by Amazon User
This has been a real hit around here. My son has played it so much, one of the best toys he's ever gotten.Published 5 months ago by Kate McCarthy
Bought this for my nephew, and he absolutely loves it. He plays it everyday. He loves that he has control of his guys.Published 5 months ago by jeanne miller
I play with my 5 year old son and we have excellent moments. Excellent balance between the new generation video games and the old table games.Published 6 months ago by RCC
Got it for an 8 year old boy, he played with it once and lost interest.Published 7 months ago by biginjapan