Toy review: Air Shooters
by Marie // Anna Berger at Anna Berger Shots
The box provided no English instruction however the aim of this game was quite obvious. The picture on the packaging showed a boy trying to shoot a hand held gun to a target using his mouth on a mouth piece (mouth piece was on the gun). Blowing on the mouth piece would shoot a disk out of the gun toward the target. The kids enjoyed playing the game and were excited to start.
The game can be played solo or against an opponent as there are two guns and targets provided.
The guns fill with saliva which is quite horrible and as a result I would not be playing this game with other friends, just the ones that originally used the guns. The guns need to be filled manually using smalls disks provided. After shooting a disk, the guns need to be tiled to move the disks along between shoots.
All in all the kids loved playing with this game and I can see how it can provide hours of fun.
The game comes with lots of pieces, targets, guns & disks and as a result it would have been nice if the game came with a small pouch to store everything in when you finish playing. I can see how storage would be a problem.
Bohemian Rhapsody Club and Online Magazine is expressing its special thanks to Crown & Andrews Pty Ltd games and toys Australia sales and marketing team and personally to #DonRainbow for the opportunity to review the games and to Marie // Anna for her review.