Cast spells head-to-head on your iPad with SPELLSHOT zAPPed edition! When you download the free app to your iPad (iPad required, not included), you can play your Wizard and iPad together! Choose from 4 Wizards and battle through the Island and Jungle worlds. Your iPad will recognize your Wizard and put incredibly cool battle spells at your fingertips! Who will win the iPad battle of spells? There’s only one way to find out!
Play your Wizard and iPad together with SPELLSHOT zAPPed Edition! Cast spells on your iPad! Works with your iPad (iPad required, not included). Choose from Air Wizard BREEZICUS, Fire Wizard NOXIUS, Tree Wizard LANDOR or Water Wizard STORMICA. Your iPad recognizes your wizard! 2 magical worlds!
|Includes 4 Battle Wizards and 4 Spell Cards.|
I'm sure it is probably just me but this game seems totally 'mom-proof' to me. I swear I could not play this to save my life. I attempted it first with my youngest (4) thinking that while it said '8 and up' for recommended ages that it'd be fine if I played with him. Usually I find that this rating often because reading is required. We messed with it and I swear I followed the directions but no matter how many times I felt like I did the moves it was telling me to, I was not casting any spells. But as much as I hate to feel dumb, I've resigned myself to the fact that my (almost) ten year old is smarter than I am. So I put it away and figured I'd have him give it a try.
I forgot about it for a couple days until I found him and his brother playing it. I hadn't told him about the trouble I'd had. And he just looked at me like I had three heads when I asked if they had trouble playing it. I'm still pouting so I haven't touched it since but the older two boys like it. But for us it's better if they don't play each other. I probably make it sound like I have the worst kids ever, I know I don't, but they have serious trouble playing with EACH OTHER nicely. They fight about everything and playing games against each other only insights accusations of cheating, which usually leads to yelling and sometimes even crying. But that's just that them, can't blame it on the game. Things go much better in our house if they can be played as a full family or can be played individually. Which Spellshot CAN be done with just one player. But appearently it was more fun as 2 player because they've tried to play together several times. Each time lasts slightly longer than the last, probably due to my threats of never letting them have the iPad again.
As I've mentioned with other zAPPed reviews, remember that there is some downloading involved so be sure to set it up before you're ready to play. And don't for instance take the stuff with you somewhere without Wi-Fi (how dare such places even still exist) in hopes of playing. And I'm still hoping for the perfectly designed case to keep the zAPPed pieces and cards organized and safe.
|For 1 to 2 players. Ages 8 and up. iTunes account and adult assistance required. iPad required, not included. App in English language only. Works with iPad 4.x or newer.|
Disclosure: We received a complimentary copy of this game for review purposes from Hasbro. All opinions expressed are my own honest, personal feedback. I have not been compensated for a positive review.