Bubble Buster The Game of Pinging Bubbles !

Find out what the children thought of Bubble Buster the game of bubble blowing fun!
Bubble Buster – Be the first to burst 20 bubbles. The two wands count the number of bubbles burst. The more bubbles you burst, the higher the note the wand sounds. When you burst your 20th bubble, the wand plays a fairy fanfare, but beware not all bubbles will make the wand go ping.
We were sent this game to review, now I have to admit, when I have seen this advertised on television I was extremely sceptical that this would work, but how wrong could I be!
After many days of trying to get outside and play, we finally had some sunshine!
Bubble Buster is Simple, Playful, Active fun.
You simply turn on the bubble machine, which had everyone excited by itself, and then two players rush around with their wands trying to burst 20 `special’ bubbles that make the wands go PING.
A brilliant game, that encourages the children to run around, without them realising that they are getting exercise, especially when there is a slight breeze and the bubbles go quite a long way!

The wands were light to hold and easy to use, the music was pleasant, without being annoying, also great just as a bubble machine, a family game, that keeps children aged 2 to 13 amused, is certainly a hit in this house.

The age range says from 4+, but even Eowyn aged 2 loved it and ran around popping the bubbles.

Kids playing Bubble Buster

 Xene aged 13 called it fantastic,  Lochie aged 11 said it was awesome, Neva aged 8 said it was great and Kaide aged 5 said it was so cool, so a really great game for different aged children.I am sure this will keep them entertained throughout the entire summer, if the weather stays nice..
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1 thought on “Bubble Buster The Game of Pinging Bubbles !”

  1. I would never have really looked at this when buying presents for the kids as it sounds so basic but it seems like your kids loved it and I can just see my 7 year old and 2 year old giggling trying to pop the bubbles. It’s not hideously expensive either considering it’s got a bubble machine and the pinging wands. Thanks for the review 🙂


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