By now you have probly already heard about the new Easter movie that is currently hopping through a Theater near you — HOP. The other day a box from the Easter Bunny arrived at my door J. Check out what was in it…
How cute was that… I wasn’t expecting this at all.. I love when I get a surprise in the mail and then such a cute one… My Toddler immediately took the Body wash while my Tween grabbed the HOP game and wanted to see what it was all about.
Let me tell you a little about the game first… The little Bunny is too cute… I can’t wait to see the movie. Okay on to the game;
The Movie Game is the ideal basket-stuffer for anyone on your Easter list, and with dozens of missions, varied gameplay and colorful graphics, will last much longer than a chocolate bunny,” said Ian Howe, president of 505 Games. “It features the same hilarious comedic sensibilities of the film, and since it’s on the Nintendo DS, it’s the perfect game for the little ones to play over spring break and on any Easter road trips.”
Play as Fred as you help the Easter Bunny’s teenage son, E.B., save Easter from a fluffy coup d’etat led by Carlos and his fellow chick workers! Hop your way through the Easter Bunny’s top-secret candy factory on Easter Island, solve puzzles and sugar shock your enemies as you turn them into delicious chocolate treats. Play through various mini-games and game modes, including helping E.B. realize his dream of becoming a famous rock-’n'-roll drummer!
Hop: The Movie Game Features Include:
- Wacky weapons, including chocolate super soakers, gumball shooters and cotton candy cannons;
- Play through actual locations from the film, including Hollywood and Easter Island;
- Tons of mini-games, including Whack-a-Bunny, Bowling for Candy and the epic Easter Egg Hunt.
Hop: The Movie Game is rated “E” for everyone by the ESRB and available through Amazon.com or everywhere DS Games are sold for $29.99. For more information regarding Hop: The Movie Game visit 505 Games.
What did my Toddler and Tween think of this game?
My toddler had a ball watching the bunny a/k/a Fred, jump around with his chick workers. She giggled every time the “Bunny” a/k/a Fred jumped. She flipped and laughed all day, however she is just a Toddler, now let’s see what my Tween’s answer was when I asked him how he liked the game.
“it’s pretty fun mom, I liked the graphics in the game, so clear and crisp and totally cool.”
This is just a fun game where you can use a Chocolate Soaker or gumball shooter or cotton candy cannons… now doesn’t that already sound like a lot of fun? Just wait till you can play through the actual film locations like Hollywood and Easter Island, or how much fun would Bowling for Candy be? This is truly a fun crazy and cute game that would be a great addition in your little ones Easter basket. I bet it will be a hit, so check it out and pick up your copy through Amazon.com, Wal-Mart.com or any of your favorite retailer. My Tween said he would give it two thumbs up for fun and creativity. This game is for one player only as far as we can tell.
For more information on HOP check out iwantcandy.com
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