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My youngest is now getting to that age where she wants to play games (she’s two and a half years old). One of her favorite characters is Doc McStuffins, like so many two year olds. I was recently sent a couple of games for her to play with from Wonderforge. One being Doc McStuffins Mix Up! Fix Up! and the other MARVEL Dominoes.
Fallon recently had her friend Hadley over, so it was a perfect time to break out the games. They both saw DOC McStuffins and wanted to do that right away and first. It’s a really cute game with some simple rules:
- Use the spinner to decide what clues to ask about.
- “Yes” or “No” questions lead you to the answer.
- A colorful diagnostic board keeps track of your guesses.
I understand this is a bit much for two girls that are just under three, but they had fun spinning the wheel and playing with the “band aids”. They also had fun pretending to play with the cards. That’s what a game is all about right? They may not understand the rules, but they had a blast pretending to know what they were doing, and to me that’s all I can ask for. So if you have a child that is around age three or up that loves DOC McStuffins, this would be the game to get. You can even do it as a great Easter gift.
It used to be that most MARVEL fans were boys, well nowadays pretty much everyone loves them, especially kids. I was happy to see that you could play dominoes that have all your favorite MARVEL superheroes on it. This set isn’t the thick plastic dominoes, but thick cardboard. They all fit into a small box that is the perfect size for a gift basket or an Easter basket like the DOC McStuffins game.
The rules are simple.
- Mix all the dominoes face-down and spread them out to make a draw area
- Each player draws five dominoes. Hold your dominoes in your hand and do not show to the other players.
- Draw a domino and place it face up in the middle of the table or playing area to start the chain.
- Add to the chain by matching the pictures.
- If you don’t have a match, you draw one domino from the draw area. if you can’t play it’s the next players turn.
- The first player to play all their dominoes wins.
This game can entertain kids for hours and allows them to use their imagination, which is a win win for everyone. If you have Amazon Prime you can order and have the games in time for Easter.