My boys found it a really fun & silly game
I have 2 boys ages 5 and 6, they loved this game. Thought it was really fun and realistic. They loved being able to "flush the toilet" & "catch poo" finding all aspects of the game really funny. It was a game they could easierly play by themselves, both knowing numbers and being able to count. The rules and the order of play was really easy to follow and the game was easy to out together.
Nice game I was surprised when i received My kids love this game
My kids really enjoyed playing this game they loved that you have to try an catch a you know what they were very competitive with it i like that everything is stored away once youve finished playing so you dont need to keep the box they had a lot of fun playing it the only thing i will say is dont play on an elevated surface as the dice rolls quite abit other then that its a great family game
Flushing 5 stars
Fantastic little game to keep little onrs entertained
Simple to play
Very simple to put together and extremely robust for very excited children (and adults). Excellent jumping poo! (Still takes us by shock!)
Super fun game!
My children are 5,7, & 8. I try to have a dedicated family game night weekly, I knew they would love this game. It was an unbelievable hit! Apparently, nothing entertains little children more than poo. This is a very simple game. It’s actually quite small, but appropriate for table-top or floor play by small hands. It promotes counting and hand eye coordination. All that said, the best part of the game were the squeals of delight and high-pitched giggling! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
My kids loved this game! Hours of fun and laughter for our family. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Best Party Game Ever!
Bought this game for our annual Christmas Eve party! We have adult children who thought this was hilarious. Never laughed so hard.
What are you trying to teach our kids
I don’t understand why would they make a product that shoots out poo! That is super disgusting and not appropriate.
Why do kids like gross things? Who knows, but they definitely liked this game. It is really easy to play: roll the die, using the number on the die you plunge the toilet, and then wait for the poo to pop out. I have to say it is a bit jarring to see this poo shooting out the top of the commode going warp speed. How does one catch that poo when it pops out so fast? Then it bounces around until one of the kids grab it up for the point. I thought it was gross, but they loved it and it's become one of their favorite games to play. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]