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Product: Unicorn Magic Ring Toss
Age Range: 6 years+
Manufacturer’s Description: With the Unicorn Magic Ring Toss Game, players take turns trying to get their rings around their opponent’s unicorn horn. The rules are simple, yet the gameplay is fun and has many different variations.
Review: Unicorns are still very much in trend, and the girls were delighted to be sent this Unicorn Ring Toss game to review! It comes with two unicorn horns so they can both be unicorns at the same time, to play with each other.
The aim of the game is simple – put on your horns and take it in turns to throw rings at each other, and try to catch the rings on your horn. Inside the box you get the instructions sheet, two unicorn horns, and six rings – three pink, and three purple.
The horns are white plastic with purple glitter, fixed to a white elasticated hat type thing, complete with a lovely furry rainbow mane and ears. They are pretty stretchy so can fit on heads from young child to adult quite easily, and seemed to be pretty secure once on. I think this design is so much better than the ones you see that only have a unicorn headband as it is much less likely to go flying off and hit the telly, plus I find this style much more comfortable to wear, too.
The rings come in three different sizes so you have three difficulty levels. I think it will take a bit more practice for the girls to get ‘good’ at the game but they certainly had a whale of a time having a go!
Lydia is almost 6 so just about at the bottom of the recommended age range, and she was first to catch a ring on her horn! Both girls soon got the hang of tossing the rings to each other, it’s just the catching party that required a bit more practice.
Both Lydia and Georgie absolutely loved this game, it was a lot of fun and I could see it going down well at a family Christmas party – or even an adult one after a few drinks!
Even Homily got in on the action, accidentally catching a ring on her ear – the kids thought this was hilarious (ok, I admit it, I did too).
I had a go as well and between my throwing, and Georgie’s catching, with her stood rather close to me, my eldest finally managed to catch a ring, and was very pleased with herself.
We are going to a family gathering on Boxing Day and I am quite tempted to take this along with us so that the girls can have a go with their cousin – and their Grandma & Grandad!
We give Unicorn Magic Ring Toss a 5 star rating. I especially think it’s great that you get two horns so both players can wear them the whole time you play, which reduces “which one of us gets to wear the horn” squabbling by 100%!