When the original Twister game was released to the public in the mid-1960s, it captured people’s imagination and attention like few games had before. It was the first game to be released that used actual people as the game pieces. It has remained one of the most popular games since.
The Twister Rave series is nothing like the original game but it does retain one similarity. Like the original, individual’s bodies are the primary game piece.
Let’s Take A Look At Some Of The Features
The most recognizable member of the Twister Rave series is the Skip-It Game. Adults will remember it as the toy that children placed around their ankles and then skipped over in a sort of single-player jump rope.
The concept of the modern version is the same with added lights that display different colors depending upon how long the player can keep spinning. The Rave Rings have a variety of different games that involve snapping, clapping, and grabbing The Hoopz Game includes two hoops that drape over the player’s arm to be spun. The Stickz Game looks like a pair of nun chucks and can be spun and twirled around in various games.
All members of the Rave series light up depending upon the length and success of various tricks performed.
The Skip-It Game is $66 which seems very expensive. Looks like it has become a collectors item.
There are other similar and much cheaper options from suppliers other than Hasbro like this one from GOBEAUTY at $12.99.
Things We Like About Twister Rave
In an age where so many toys are uninvolved, sedentary experiences, it is refreshing to see some that still require vigorous movement and coordination. The Rave series provides a fun source of exercise and helps kids work on and improve their hand-eye coordination, endurance, and balance.
Things We Did Not Like About Twister Rave
There isn’t much to dislike about the Twister Rave series. The only potential issue may be with the Hoopz. Since they are not attached to arms while being spun, without proper care they may fly off and damage surrounding items.
The Twister Rave series is rated for all kids from ages 8 and up. Aside from that, energetic kids looking for an outlet and excuse to run and jump will love the series!
All Twister products carry comprehensive warranties.
Is Twister Rave Worth The Money?
For only $7.99 to $19.99, kids can jump, clap, and spin their way into a fun and exciting time. The price tag for that is well worth it!
All major department stores and toy retailers carry the entire Rave line. The series can also be purchased from Hasbro’s main website.
This toy is also available at toy stores and online retailers such as Amazon.
More Customer Reviews for Twister Rave
The Twister games have been one of the most popular games for both kids and adults for over 40 years. Keen players are enthused with the newest additions to the series!