Untamed Dragons are your fierce and funny new friend
We already have an Untamed Raptor and it’s great fun
The Untamed Dragons start where the Untamed Raptors left off – with a few funny additions. They are aimed at children of 5 and over but our toddler loves playing with them and has yet to break them. Trust me, he puts them through their paces!
Untamed Dragons are ferocious interactive pets
They come in a blister pack which is fairly easy to get into. You do have to untwist a couple of wires to get them off the backing, this can be a little tricky but you don’t need scissors – PUT THEM AWAY! They are complete with batteries so you can switch them on and you’re good to go. With their “magic motion sensor” they respond to sound, motion and touch.
Now you can be the Mother of Dragons (or father!)
We received Untamed Shockwave. He’s a fierce looking, blue and red dragon and his mouth lights up electric blue. There are three other Untamed Dragons available: Freezer, Venom and Wildfire.
Untamed Dragons have a surprise in store
Press the back of their neck and they break wind, which they find very funny (as did I)!
They can be played with in Tamed mode (by stroking the head down their neck) or Untamed mode (by shaking or otherwise annoying them). You know which mode they are in as in Untamed mode their mouth lights up. In Tamed mode it doesn’t.
As well stroking on the back of their head they react to being held upside down, cradled like a baby and shaken. They make lots of roaring dragon noises and scary chuckling.
Check out our video of the Untamed Dragon here:
Untamed Dragons have a RRP of £14.99 and are available from all good toys shops and from Amazon using this affiliate link:
I’m really pleased to be able to offer one lucky ready the chance of winning an Untamed Dragon to win one enter here
Check out my other competitions here (I’m also giving away a Fingerlings Narwhal
*we were sent the product free of charge for the review but all words and images are my own. AD and all that