Reviewed by Pamela Wright
When Addictaball Maze 2 came up for review I thought it would be something fun for my 7 and 9 year old daughters to do as its states on the advert that it suitable for ages 6-100.
When it arrived and I took it out the box I was really surprised at how light it was and as you can see from the pictures it’s really brightly coloured using yellow, pink, blue and green which makes it look really exciting and fun and instantly grabs your attention.
My 9 year old wanted to play with this first so I passed it to her, she soon came running back as she couldn’t find where to start the maze, I had a quick look and found the pink starting point so I got the ball onto that and off she went, there was lots of laughing and screaming for the first few minutes but then it soon turned into “muuuuuuuuuum I cant do it”, I gave her a typical mum response of “just keep trying”, she was back again asking for help after about 5 minutes so I said “pass it here it cant be that hard” – hmmmm who was I kidding, that’s when the fun really began…!!
Addictaball Maze 2 is made up of 100 stages which is quite hard to believe as its been cleverly put together to fit into this cute compact ball BUT DON’T BE FOOLED, our house has been transformed into a competitive, not to be out-done battle zone, myself, my 9 year old and 7 year old are slowly mastering the maze and making progress but although we’ve had lots of fun with it, its been really frustrating at times and I’ve had to put it down before I’m tempted to throw it out of the window. I thought I was doing really well and after 5 days I’ve made it to 29 in the maze but I cant seem to get past this bit but I WONT be beaten…
The name really is in the title as it is VERY addictive. I have looked online for this as I’m planning on buying it for somebody for Christmas and it’s very reasonably priced (£7.95) too which is brilliant as I thought it would have been more expensive.
We give it a HUGE 5 out of 5.
Available to buy from Prezzybox.com here.