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Shoot the Spooks

 

 

 

We wouldn’t call ourselves super-skeptical but certainly over-wary when told about some great new game, that’s a guaranteed grin-inducer, but of all the boxes to arrive at Toyology Towers this extra-busy September so far, Ghost Hunt has had more of our attention than most. Inside the box is one Billy Bones, he has a projector built in to his oversized head that projects images of ghosts randomly around your room, ceilings and walls, whilst you try and infra-red them away with the space-age shooter. There are three difficult settings from which to choose, the amatuer on which very young kids can grasp with ease, medium for family gatherings and the top-speed spook-delivery setting which sees Billy Bones shaking his head at quite a pace, reserved for a later-night racous games. Billy projects various sized spooks and when you score a hit the gun will make a chilling screm to indicate your score, hit the re-load button on top to add-ammo every six shots and down as many of these 2D spooks in a 90 second bout as you can. Yes it is £30, you could get two other board games for that, but be bored before you pass go. Available Exclusively HERE

About Peter Jenkinson

Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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