Interactive Grumblies Toys for Christmas Cheer
Growing up in the 1950s interactive toys were battery operated, but an active imagination kept the boredom level lower. Attention spans were just as short then as now.
I guess Christmas mornings after all the buildup and anticipation are still the same. The children can’t sleep and the parents want to sleep in.
That is what makes interactive toys like Pomsies Grumblies toys so unique compared to the retro Christmas presents of years past.
The four Grumblies characters actually react to some rather rough handling. Rolling, throwing or punching them really ticks them off and they buildup their grumbling till they have a meltdown.
Imagine Scorch, the Red Grumblies toy, getting hotter and hotter under the collar. He lives underground and can control hot lava and volcanoes, so messing with him might be a big mistake! Scorch looks like he’s ready to blow!
Or Bolt, the Purple Grumblies toy, that tends to get charged with electricity when you play rough with him. The thunder clouds start rolling in and he’s ready to unleash the lightning bolts he is named for. More than 40 different reactions and custom sounds. You will tremble with fear when Bolt starts to build up and is send uot his lghting bolts!
If that wasn’t enough, there is Tremor, the Green Grumblies toy, waiting in the wings. His name tells the story. Mis-handling Tremor can result in the very Earth beginning to shift and tremble. He can definitely get your attention!
Rounding out the four grumpy toys is Hydro, the Blue Grumblie toy, who may be the final straw. Water might seem to be less threatening than the other disasters describing the other Grumblies, but don’t be fooled. Hydro, when mad, can bring torrential rains, floods or even a tsunami if you mess with him!
Kids always benefit from toys that fall into the learning experience and a Grumblies toy will definitely fit the bill.
Kids are really going to enjoy interacting with the Skywalker Grumblies toys this Christmas season. They should be available through the holidays, but ordering early might be a good idea.