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Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Tree Fu Tom Castle Playset #Review

Tree Fu Tom Castle Playset

Join Tom for some Tree Fu fun in his new Treetop castle. You can make Tom fly around as you twist the top of the castle. Use Tom to magically turn on the light up Seeking Crystal at the simple touch of a button and find where those mischievous Mushas have splatted the castle with secret splats! If you turn the page of the spell book you might need to watch out for the trap door! Tom can speed down the ramp on his leafboard ready to save the day. The Tree Fu Tom Castle Playset is aimed at children aged 3+ and costs £29.99. We were sent one to review this week and here's what we thought:


The playset is made up of a solid castle which I love as it's strong and solid making it harder to break. There are a few pieces that need adding on like the ramp and the roof top spinner but they're very easy to do. My little man has managed to break his ramp a few times during play but it's not a problem as you just slot it back together and put it back on. You only get one figure with this playset ( Tom ) so if you haven't got any other Tree Fu Tom character figures you might need to get some to go with this to make play time more fun. My little man is 3 so he's at the very bottom of the age scale this toy is aimed at but  he loves it and I'm really happy with it too.


Here's a picture collage of the Tree Fu Tom Castle Playset in action, my little man has been busy having lots of Tree Fu fun. I'm sure this set will be on lots of little Tree Fu Tom fans Christmas lists this year and after playing with it this week, I'd be happy to recommend it. It's a nice solid set that's pretty sturdy and really easy to put together. It's got some really nice features like the ramp, the trapdoor and the light up Seeking Crystal. With the help of a few more figures which luckily we already have, it's a great playset. 

Here at Mummy of 3 Diaries, Ryan and I scored the Tree Fu Tom Castle Playset a well deserved 4/5 and gave it a firm thumbs up!

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