This game pits two people against each other to make tiny little burgers.
This was entirely too much money to be as poorly made as it is. To think that this was advertised on TV for months almost sickens me. I can't imagine the countless parents who, like myself, bought their children this game because it looks amazing... on TV.
In reality, the only durable part of the entire thing is the small non-moving "conveyor" belt you build your burgers on. Every part of the burgers, buns, cheese, burger, lettuce, tomato, are sheets of felt that you have to try your damnedest to detach the felt playing pieces from without ruining them.
There's no way this game is worth the $20 they charge for it and my daughter hates it because half her pieces tore when she was detaching them.
My daughter loves these. I'd gotten them for her because when she came home with straight A's I told her she can have a reward and these were the first thing she thought of!
I think she likes that you never know what pony you'll get in them. She likes the surprise and isn't even bummed out when she gets a duplicate.
This was probably the best thing I've gotten my daughter this year. She uses it all the time and no matter how many times it's fallen over, it's not bent.
This bike is durable and seems to have some resistance to weather too. It's sat out in rain and snow and there's no rust anywhere.
I'm a bit conflicted on this one. While my daughter didn't like the actual game, she still has and plays with the game pieces.
The entire game is flimsy cardboard, the rainbow doesn't stand up like it shows on the back of the box and it's really just poorly made.
The game pieces however are made of the same thing as the blind pack MLP toys and look just like them.
So it really just comes down to, do you want to spend $10 on 4 very small MLP toys and a bunch of useless cardboard?