We were very lucky to be asked to review a Zoomer Hungry Bunny by Spin Master
Spin Master took the Christmas market by storm a couple of years ago with Hatchimals. I am not ashamed to say I had a Hatchimals on “stock alert” to ensure I could get one for Big L. Yes I am THAT parent!
Big L got a Hatchimals and loved it so when I heard of Zoomer Hungry Bunnies I was keen to review one.
They are quite different to Hatchimals in that they don’t “hatch” but they do do some similar things which I will go into in more detail.
There are two Zoomer Hungry Bunnies
We were sent Chewy but there is also Shredder who has pink ears. There is no difference apart from the colour and decoration.
They are aimed at 5 years and above and I certainly won’t be letting my 2 year old play with it alone – purely because he would break it. The ears and arms move and I can see them being accidentally removed. This has been the cause of at least three tantrums in 24 hours. He really loves it! He is allowed to play with it under supervision though.
The Zoomer Hungry Bunnies arrive very well packed in a box, they are tied in and have those plastic screw things holding them to the base – they clearly are going nowhere!
They need 3 x AA batteries which are NOT supplied so you need to make sure you have these and a phillips screwdriver.
The Zoomer Hungry Bunnies come with a bag containing their instructions, some “food”, a template to make more food and a flat-pack basket to keep the food in.
When you turn it on it makes some super cute noises and their eyes light up.
There are two games you can play with your Zoomer Hungry Bunny
The first is a music game where the Zoomer Hungry Bunny plays a tune and you tap it’s head or tummy to add to the tune.
The second is a tickle game where you tickle your Zoomer Hungry Bunny until she makes a “Weeee” sound. Simple but effective!
I found it amusing that if you “poke” it all of a sudden I throws it’s arms up in surprise – who doesn’t? Anyway, The absolute best part is feeding the Zoomer Hungry Bunnies…
Zoomer Hungry Bunnies really poop!
Well, sort of…These bunnies will munch on paper treats for hours. But the kid’s favourite part is the fact that the paper gets shredded and falls out of a hole under the tail – very realistic. At least I can put my old credit card statements to good use now!
Big L loved his Zoomer Hungry Bunny so much he wanted to make a video of it eating…
Zoomer Hungry Bunnies are available at all good toy shops and retail at £29.99.
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We were sent the Zoomer Hungry Bunny free of charge for purposes of this review. All opinions are mine (and my children’s)