For this coming Halloween, I have two awesome scary Halloween games from Megableu that I would like to share with you. They are Creepy Hand and Ghost Hunt Evolution. They are fun and exciting games for children and your friends and family will be mightily impressive that you own one!
The first game is Creepy Hand which is based on the famous game ‘Truth or Dare’. This game is played with 2 or more players and is suitable for aged 7 years and above. Both my children love it and even though Ms C is six, she is able to answer most of the questions.
Inside this box, it comes with an electronic articulated hand, 100 cards and instructions. It requires 3 AA batteries which are not included. The creepy hand is lightweight and comes with rubbery tips at the end of each finger. There is an on/off switch at the top of the limb and the start button can be found there too.
To play this game, everyone sits in a circle and simply places the finger tips (from the creepy hand) down on the table and switches it on. It will stop randomly and its finger will point at one of the players. He or she has to choose whether to take a truth or dare question. If he or she does not complete the mission successfully, he or she must face an extra forfeit challenge, written at the bottom of the card. As I mentioned, Ms C is able to do most of the tasks – the questions are in fact very easy to answer and great fun!
Come and check out what we think about this game and see how the creepy hand moves! https://youtu.be/vxrdV0UZfLM
Ghost Hunt Evolution
Ghost Hunt Evolution is a laser ghost shooting game which is suitable for aged 5 onwards. You need to help Billy Bones (the projector character) blast the ghosts with the laser gun and whoever shoots the most wins the game. Every time a ghost is shot, Billy Bones screams and the world is a safer place.
This game needs to be played in a dark room that is not bigger than 5m by 5m with no obstructions. Billy Bones uses his phantasmagorical powers (or infrared lights) to randomly project ghostly visions around the room from his eye.
Inside this box, it comes with an electronic projector (Billy Bones with two loose feet to install), an electronic gun and instructions. Billy Bones requires 4 AA batteries and the gun requires 3 AAA batteries which are not included.
Once you place the batteries in Billy Bones, switch the on/off button to play. There are three levels to choose from: Easy, Average and Hard. To select the level, simple press the button and synchronise your gun with Billy Bones. You will need to synchronise your gun each time you select the level. It is very quick and easy to do so.
The gun does not have an on/off button but it will turn itself off after 60 seconds if it is not in use. The gun is very lightweight and chunky to hold.
Both my children love playing this game again and again. Ms C did struggle to shoot properly as her vision is not great in the dark.
Watch what we think about this awesome game and see it for yourself. https://youtu.be/JipwWmsGrm4
I would recommend both these games to anyone. They are both great games, especially for a Halloween party! They are available to buy online from Argos, Smyths, Firebox, Toys R Us, Toy Master, Tobar and Amazon.
These are the link to try out from Amazon:
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