Wobbly Worm | A Review

Wednesday, 27 June 2018
Both Jack and Isla are really into games recently, and a game they can both play together is always a bonus. Recently we were sent Wobbly Worm from Spinmaster, which as you may have guessed is a worm which wobbles - a lot. The game is based on a worm falling from an apple tree and is clearly feeling a little dizzy, players must get the colourful rings over his head whilst he spins and wobbles all over the place. 




The game is easy to set up, the box includes everything you require apart from batteries, and typically for us, they were the only batteries we didn't have in the house. The game comes complete with an apple base, a wobbly worm head, 4 tubes, 4 connectors, 9 rings and the instructions. The game is simple enough to assemble and the 4 tubes make it suitable for all ages as you can adjust the height to suit the players. 


To play the game, each player has three hoops of different sizes in their colour choice. The players then take it in turns to throw the hoop over the worms head whilst the worm wobbles and do its thing. The first player to get all three hoops over the worms head is the winner. 

Wobbly Worm is suitable for a wide range of ages and all of us have had so much fun with it, even my mum. The game is aimed at 2-3 players but we played with more of us by choosing a hoop and taking it in turns at trying to throw. 


Between us, the game became a little competitive as we were playing, not just from the children but the adults too, I think between us we thought it would be simple enough but with all of the wobbling it wasn't as easy as we first thought. 


This game has been a great hit with all of us, with each of us having fun and finding it enjoyable. Finding something which all of the mixes of our ages could play and enjoy was great. 

Wobbly Worm has an RRP of £19.99 which is a great price, but when writing this post I did spot some bargains around so be sure to keep your eyes peeled. 

Please Note: I received this game in exchange for an honest review. All words and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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