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Cute and Squeezable – The Squeezamals Freeze ‘N’ Squeeze Game

The Kids with Squeezamals Freeze N Squeeze Game

The kids love the Squeezamals. They are the cutest little ball shaped animals that are so squishy and squeezable. Well, now they have a new game that uses Squeezamals called Squeezamals Freeze ‘N’ Squeeze Game. We received a copy a few weeks back to try out and play with. You can pick the the game at Target. They have this very cute exclusive Rainbow unicorn figure in the game. For some reason ours is simply pink and not furry and rainbow like the exclusive Target one. You can see that and all the pieces of the game below.


The object of the game is to not be the one who has to pay for the banana split sundae. How do you avoid this? You can’t end up with the Squeezamals character when the player making the sundae calls time. We played this as a family and it was quite fun. I learned that Eva likes to whip the Squeezamals character at you at 100 mph when you are 1 foot away. Being the person with the spinner who is making the sundae can be never-wracking as everyone is trying to throw this cute character around you as you scramble to get the right pieces together. There were a lot of laughs while we played the game, though. It was pretty fun to play. Here is the offical word on the game.

Squeezamals Freeze ‘N’ Squeeze Game is an entertaining twist on the classic game of hot potato. Players take turns making a yummy treat for their Squeezamal to enjoy. The player caught holding the plush when it’s time to eat must pay for the treat! Each game features an exclusive Squeezamal! Colors and styles may vary.

Interesting Gameplay Features
• Fun game based on classic hot potato
• Features an exclusive Squeezamal found only in the game–colors and styles may vary
• The perfect kids’ party game–the more players, the more fun!
• Designed for kids ages 6 and up

Game Contents
• 1 Squeezamal
• 1 Spinner
• 24 Coins
• 5 Banana Split Tiles
• Instructions

Game Details
• Published by Big G Creative –
• Plush tossing game
• Ages 6 and up
• 4 – 8 players
• 15 – 20 minute gameplay
• Available at Target January, 2019
• MSRP – $12.99

December 2018 Loot Crate – Scavenge

Bumblebee Loot Crate
Photo-A-Day 2.0 – #00007

Each month Loot Crate sends me the latest crate to unbox and review. i enjoyed this crate because it was themed after the Bumblebee movie. I loved that movie and was happy to get some great pins for the movie. I am an Affiliate for Loot Crate and you can order Loot Crate through my link and use the promo code BENSPARK for a discount.

I actually made two videos for this Loot Crate Unboxing. The first one was a mess. I recorded it using my new Snoppa Atom 3-Axis gimbal. I thought this would be an awesome device but so far I have not been that impressed. You can see in the video below that I added some of the footage from my first attempt. When I first made my video I went to try and process it and the video was all sorts of cray choppy. I wanted to show that in the final video but it was no longer choppy but the sound was terrible. I’ve got to work more with this gimbal to make sure that it works as it should.

As far as the Loot Crate for this month I enjoyed what was inside. there was an Escape from New York Print. There was also supposed to be an eye-patch but it wasn’t ready in time. It will be send later. The t-shirt was awesome. It was for Dungeons & Dragons. There is also a statue from Fallout and also a pin from the Netflix show Lost in Space. Then the box itself was one that you could use to make a Bumblebee figure. I even made that.