Ordered this pop it for my 3 year old daughter after seeing similar items on TikTok.Initially I opened and tested it and I found that getting the games started is not easy or intuitive. I gave the game to my daughter and although she loves popping and resetting the bubbles, she has a hard time getting the game started and following the lights as I anticipated. This caused her to lose interest rather quickly.Overall I like the quality and design, and it’s great for little hands. It also has an audible low power warning if the batteries are running low. Not bad, but not great.
This is so fun and is satisfying in the normal popper sense. You have to push IN on the bubbles for them to acknowledge you pushed them for game mode, but if you just want to pop bubbles and reset them, off is the best way and pushing the back reset button makes the fun last for hours.There is a volume control which is great because the noise can be pretty loud and you can set it to a comfortable level as you want. This is fun for all ages, don't be fooled that it looks like it is for toddlers! Easy to clean/sanitize between users too for hygiene purposes as everything is plastic or rubber latex I think
My kids love pop-its, so I thought we'd try this out. It has several different games, but the instructions aren't terribly clear and so it can be frustrating to play (one star removed for this). Even when it's off, they like popping it down and pushing the button on the back to get the bubbles to pop back up. I left it by my desk for a few days, and I found myself picking it up every once in a while just to play with it when I needed a short break. I still don't really understand how to play the games, though.Overall, fun if you or your kids like pop its.
My kids love playing with the basic pop games already, so I knew this would be an instant hit.There's a little bit of a learning curve with it, but once you figure that out it's a blast.I even enjoyed trying it out. Pushing the buttons in is a satisfying feeling.We also have one from a different brand, and that one is much louder than this one. For parents, it's nice that this one isn't so obnoxious.
This looks a fun and interactive toy but is in the end frustrating as it doesn't work as described. Whether it is faulty or not I don't know but there seems to be no way to advance the levels. Either you press the button at the back to confirm and it beeps as if you made an error and starts the level again or you leave it for several seconds after which it seems to confirm you got it right but the difficulty doesn't increase. Bright and colorful with ok sound but based on my experience it is fun for a minute and that's it.