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I was a kid in the late ’90s when Pokemon became popular, I was a huge fan of collecting the cards. As L gets older I love to tell her all about the toys I used to play with as a child. So before she opened the Pokemon Carry Case Playset, I explained to her all about the Pokemon world. She was excited about what the playset was like inside that we were kindly sent to review from Character Options.
The awesome Pokemon Carry Case Playset brings the world of Pokemon to life. You can pack it up and take it where ever you go. Personally, I think it’s brilliant for holidays and out on daily adventures. It’s so easy to pop on your back with the straps, just like a rucksack and off you go!
The Pokemon Carry Case is all kitted out inside with everything you need to re-enact your very own Pokemon battles and explore the Pokemon world.
There are 7 different play features:
- Treetop Trapdoor
- A secret door in the cave for hiding
- Climbable tree with treetop lookout platform
- Spinning whirlpool
- Boulder roll
- Battle arena with battle launchers
You also get a shaking bridge to climb over. There is so much to play and do in the backpack, it will keep the kids occupied for ages.
The backpack is scaled to use with any 2-inch Pokemon figure, you get Pikachu included.
The Pokemon Carry Case will fold back up into Ash’s iconic Kanto Region backpack when you have finished playing. It will safely store your Pokemon figures inside for the next adventure.
We are thoroughly enjoying playing with the carry case. It keeps everything in one place, so no lost Pokemon figures! I think it will make a fantastic gift for a birthday or Christmas for a Pokemon fan!
You can buy the Pokemon Carry Case Playset suitable for ages 5 + from Smyths Toys for £39.99 although it seems to be on offer there for £29.99 at the moment! (price correct at 29/09/20).
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