- Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 26.7 x 26.7 cm
- Shipping Weight: 780 g
- Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: C0447092
- ASIN: B01LZMAKM5
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Jan. 1 2017
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,488 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
Hasbro Toilet Trouble Board Game
|Price:||CDN$ 24.93 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 35. Details|
- Includes game base, toilet base, toilet tank with toilet paper roll spinner, toilet bowl with lid, and instructions.
- Hilarious game for kids and families
- Flush but watch out for random spray of water
- Funny toilet flushing sound effects
- For 2 or more players.
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Which flush will cause the gush? Share some hilarious and suspense-filled moments as players take turns spinning the toilet paper roll, flushing the toilet handle, and hoping they don't get sprayed with water! The number that turns up on the paper roll spinner dictates how many times each player must flush. Players are safe if they hear the flushing sound, but no water is sprayed. Who knows which flush will be the one that sprays water, eliminating that player? Continue taking turns spinning the roll and flushing until one player has not been sprayed. That player wins the game!
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Top Customer Reviews
On the plus side, the game is really well made. The plastic is heavy, the handle works well, and it snaps together very securely. I also left water in the bowl for a couple of days to check for leaks, and it is just fine. Also, the flushing sound is pretty realistic, I guess.
The toilet requires two AA batteries, which are included. It also requires assembly, but it is very easy to put together. (My son managed it completely on his own.) To play, just add water to the toilet bowl and press the handle until it squirts out water. (It took me about 20+ presses to get water to come out, so be persistent.)
Overall, the game was amusing for about five minutes. There is no strategy, no tactics; nothing but pure randomness. Maybe if you had a big group of younger kids (kindergarten age?) they would enjoy it. But, not many people enjoy being squirted in the face with water. It just isn't fun.
There are 4 pieces to put together, the floor, bowl base, bowl itself, and the "tank" with the paper toilet roll that also has two batteries. It's very easy to assemble but not very easy to take apart afterwards. You just need some clean water in the bowl to start playing. The premise of the game is you spin a number (on the toilet paper roll) to determine how many times you have to press the flusher on the toilet. On any random flush, it may spray water out of the toilet bowl. But even as I was test playing this with my son, I couldn't determine when the spraying was going to happen (where pieface, you knew exactly when it was going to happen if you turned the knob gently enough). That in mind, this gets a slight edge over that other game that is greatly liked in my house.
However as it is almost 50% more expensive than pieface, I'd stick with the original (price of whipping cream not included). So for the price and the replay value (next to zero) I'd give this a 3 star purchase. Definitely worth a chuckle, but not something the kids will be dying to replay.
I have fond childhood memories of Crocodile Dentist and Hungry, Hungry Hippos to name a few. While I remember them fondly, I also remember that I'd only play for a round or two before moving on with... whatever 6 year olds do. Toilet Trouble is not rip roaring fun that will enthrall your child for hours on end, but it's not some terrible insta-bore either. It's what I call a sandwich game, which is something you play amidst more mentally stimulating activities.
It's at its best when played with many children, say with a gathering of 4-8, as opposed to having 2 kids just flush a handle over and over. If your child is playing it alone, they'll grow tired of it quickly. My nephew and his friend certainly did, but that doesn't mean it isn't enjoyable under other circumstances.
•• How to Play ••
As you've probably guessed, you roll the toilet paper, which gives you a number. You then flush the handle the number of times and hope not to be sprayed. There's nothing more to it. Like I said, flush the handle, and move on - just like using a real toilet.
•• Conclusion ••
It's not a great game, but it'll be good for a laugh under the right circumstances. If your child likes toilet humor and already has a bunch of silly games, you might find enjoyment here. However, for $25, there are a lot of captivating options.
Either way you sail, happy flushing.
Note: It comes supplied with batteries, so that adds slightly to the value.
My neighbour had her grandkids over for the weekend, so I asked if she wanted to borrow the game for fun. The three kids are of toilet training age, and they had an absolute blast. Again, it won't entertain them for long, but it's good if it's strewn among other activities.
Turns out, the kids loved the game so much, they play it first every single game night. Apparently, when it hasn't squirted in awhile, the kids tag in their parents to have a turn. Absolutely adorable. I'm upping it to 4 stars because they're enjoying it so much. Like I said, play it amongst other games, and it's a hit. Play it by itself, and it's lacking.
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