Oops! It appears that you have disabled your Javascript. In order for you to see this page as it is meant to appear, we ask that you please re-enable your Javascript!
Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Iceni Magazine | September 19, 2018

Scroll to top

Top

The Brik Buster Tower Toppling Game

The Brik Buster Tower Toppling Game

The perfect game for family fun brik by brik! 

Play by the rules, or make up your own, the direction it takes is up to you as children explore their new found sense of creativity. With five stories of fun to be had what new heights will your toppling tower reach? But who said it was the kids that get all the fun?

The Brik Buster offer a whopping 133 pieces, available from ages 3+, for 2 players or more it’s fun for the whole family! Sure to bring briks of laughter and learning into any home this toppling tower game was meant to be enjoyed together.

Strictly Briks® items are compatible with all major brands of large bricks, including LEGO® DUPLO® and Mega Bloks® brand sets. The Brik Buster Tower Toppling Game is available to buy online from Amazon for £26.99.


Iceni Magazine Review:

When I presented the box to the girls, they were both immediately excited – the picture of the hammer sold the game to them straight away!

They emptied the pieces all over the floor and attempted to set it up.  My daughters are 3 and 5, so needed some support.  We read the instructions, but using the photographs on the box proved a lot easier.  Once fully assembled, my youngest was desperate to smash it up!  A reminder of the importance of turn taking was vital at this stage. 

Let battle commence…

The girls took it in turns (eventually!!!) to hit the plinths with the hammer (it’s plastic and perfectly safe!).  The youngest needed to be told to hit with a little more force.  Gradually, more and more parts were removed (though they needed some help with strategy otherwise it would have immediately tumbled).  When the Briks finally hit the floor, much laughter echoed around the room and the girls started to reassemble the tower.

Pros:   

  • fun
  • helps develop problem solving
  • supports turn taking
  • simple to assemble (if you use the photos!)

Cons:   

  • getting the pieces to fit back in the box was a mission and the box ought to have a proper closure so the flap didn’t reopen
  • Instructions would be better with photos (print on the box, so they don’t go missing)

The girls rated the game 8 out of 10 and have played it many times since!  Big kids enjoy it too!!!


 

Visit Us On TwitterVisit Us On FacebookVisit Us On InstagramCheck Our FeedVisit Us On PinterestVisit Us On Google Plus