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- Little-Middle-Big challenges you to bounce at exactly the right height and Free For All lets you bounce it out freestyle.
- Build your skills on your own or compete against your friends to find out who's the ultimate "Bounce Master"!
- Ball-bouncing game with electronic voice commands features six skill games for you to play on your own or compete against your friends!
- Includes game unit, ball and instructions.
- For 1 or more players.
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Game unit, ball and instructions.
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I enjoy playing with this toy as much or more so than my 6 and 10-year old children. My 6-year old daughter is not that good at it yet, but the aim of this toy is to build up motor-skills so that's just fine. My older son's (in the video) coordination is better and he plays with it for about half and hour at a time. It is not an every day toy, but we enjoy it when we break it out. Our favorite games are Infinite Bounce and Max Bounce. I currently hold the high score for both (grin). The other games are enjoyable too, and Free For All is goofy with it's variety of sound effects.
So far it has held up well. The batteries are still strong and there are no signs of wear. It has been dropped a few times but is still ticking. The red ball that comes with it is rather light, so if lost, replacing it with a tennis ball is not a good option. Also, be sure to keep the cloth upper surface was from sharp objects. If it is ripped or torn, you may as well thrown the game out.
If you want a fun toy that helps improve the eye-hand coordination of your youngsters and want to get them up and moving, the Bop It Bounce is a great option.
The handled unit is very durable as well. It's held up to plenty of rough play in the last month. I was worried about the screen on the top tearing, but all for naught because it's held up perfectly. The wrist strap which duos as a holder for the ball when not in use was a nice addition. It also important to mention that the sensitivity of this thing is amazing! It can register the softest of taps so you don't have to hit the ball with all your might to make it count, all you need to do is let the ball rise and fall. It works great and the screen on top has plenty of bounce! No worries about the ball hurting anyone or damaging the house because it is extremely lightweight. Even when my nephew was getting a little rough and throwing it fairly hard and he accidentally got my 5-year-old in the back of the head, he didn't even flinch. The different modes are also very entertaining as well.Read more ›
I recommend playing outside the house and it is fascinating for young and old. Sometimes when I am tired of reading or watching TV, I play this for few minutes to take my mind off. It is a lot of fun.
"Bop It! Bounce" is the modern incarnation of those games in which you get this paddle (electronic game unit), a ball and you bounce. The unit is electronic and counts the number of bounces and you get an announcer that is reminiscent of the video game "Dance Dance Revolution" in some ways, with his enthusiastic vocals.
The games that accompany the unit are:
MAX BOUNCE - You have 30 seconds to bounce the ball and seeing how many times you can bounce it.
INFINITY BOUNCE - Just keep on bouncing..
HANG TIME - Catch as many air as you can in 5 bounces.
RIGHT HEIGHT - The game calls the shots, whether to hit the ball high or low.
LITTLE-MIDDLE-BIG - Hit it high, middle or low.
FREE FORM - Freestyle bouncing.
I will say that when we were playing this game, we were amazed by the workout. You do break a sweat and it's a pretty cool game.
You definitely want to play this outdoors where you have enough room, otherwise in your living room, you may find yourself moving all over the place and losing the ball or bumping into things. The more space you have, the better.
I can't comment on durability but I wouldn't play this on concrete or in the road since the unit is made of plastic. As for educational value, I suppose a child can learn how to follow directions.
Overall, it's easy to learn and play this game right off the bat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing does not just turn off if you stop playing with it... that's a problem with kiddosPublished 4 months ago by Megan
You can not reset the high score. One of the friends came over and tapped the machine 5k times. 5k times... Ugh. My older son who wants to have his score tracked now can not. Read morePublished 10 months ago by M.E. Dad
When I used to play bop it, they had this thing on it called a bop it. When playing, if it said bop it, you were to hit the bop it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Paul Tandy
Difficult game to play. The boys lost interest very quickly.Published 16 months ago by Felicia C. Rodrigo