Tag! Your it! Tag with a twist. Using clues to guess Disney characters, our Mickey's Mouse-Ke Tag Game gets your preschoolers and the whole family running and having fun. Goofy calls out from the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, while music keeps you moving. Fun!Electronic tags feature characters from the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse TV series -- Mickey, Minnie, Donald and GoofySequence-building memory game, a hide-and-seek treasure hunt, and multi-player modesPromotes physical and mental exerciseCan be played solo or in teams, indoors or outPlasticRequires 3 AA batteries, not includedAges 3+ImportedWARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
The Wild Planet Mickey's Mouse-ke-TAG puts a modern spin on the classic game of tag. Providing physical exercise while promoting social and cognitive skills, one to six players can play Mouse-ke-TAG. Each of the four levels of Mouse-ke-TAG help children develop a different skill, from basic character recognition to learning letters so it is appropriate for a wide range of ages from three and up. Mickey's Mouse-ke-TAG also comes with two bonus games, Treasure Hunt and Memory Mouse-ke-TAG, for additional playtime.
| Mickey's Mouse-ke-TAG |
- 3 "AA" batteries (not included)
Realistic Disney Character Pieces
Made for up to 6 players, Mouse-ke-TAG keeps your kids active with a fun game of tag. View larger.
The colorful Mouse-ke-TAG parts and detailed pieces will interest children right out of the box. The lightweight, easy-to-hold Clubhouse tagger is shaped like Mickey Mouse. Its durable frame features easy-to-push buttons on the front for turning it on/off and choosing games and levels. The four Mouse-ke-friends, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, and Donald Duck, fit firmly into each base and stand up well. The four friends each have fun, colorful details with an engaging expression.
The game does contain small parts and is a choking hazard for infants so it's not appropriate for children under the age of three. The battery compartment is safely secured with a screw. The speakers are located in the front for very good sound quality.
Advice for parents: you will need a small Phillips head screwdriver to insert the "AA" batteries. Be sure to follow the directions for battery ribbon placement in order to easily replace old batteries with new ones.
Simultaneous Learning and Physical Exercise
It's easy to set up the Mouse-ke-TAG game; simply spread out the Mouse-ke-friends and place them upright on their bases. The Clubhouse tagger calls out different clues depending on the level setting and the player runs to "tag" the correct Mouse-ke-friend by placing the tagger over it.
Children can play Mouse-ke-TAG individually and try to beat their own time or play as a team of up to six players. You can place the Mouse-ke-friends as far apart as you'd like; it's an excellent way to provide some physical exercise, even indoors. Each level promotes a different learning skill: name recognition, learning colors and letters, and recognizing descriptions. All levels develop listening skills and hand-eye coordination, while the group game promotes teamwork, sharing, and turn-taking.
Disney Character Voices Brought to Life
Goofy, the narrator for the Clubhouse tagger, is friendly and appealing, while the voices of Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, and Donald Duck are true-to-character. Kids already familiar with Disney characters will enjoy this realistic detail. Goofy instructs the player on choosing games and levels so it's very straightforward for children to start a game on their own.
The only drawback: there is only one volume setting for the Clubhouse tagger. However, the sound quality is very good and the characters are easy to understand.
Two Bonus Games for Additional Fun
A Treasure Hunt game and Memory Mouse-ke-TAG are included with the game and provide added entertainment. The Treasure Hunt game is a modern twist on Hide-and-Seek. One player hides the Mouse-ke-friends and as Goofy's voice calls out a Mouse-ke-friend, the second player explores the area to find the hidden piece. Goofy lets the child know how long it took to tag all four friends. The treasure hunt game helps teach social skills like sharing, and promotes physical activity.
Memory Mouse-ke-TAG promotes basic memory and listening skills by asking the player to recall the sequence of Mouse-ke-friends that the Clubhouse tagger calls out. Level one is simply the Mouse-ke-friends names. Each level after one adds something new to remember, such as the Mouse-ke-friend's voice, details of their clothes, and letters in their name. You child can play this bonus game individually making it a good travel game.
What's in the Box
One Mouse-ke-TAG Clubhouse tagger, four Mouse-ke-friends (Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy), four base stands, instruction sheet.