Star Monsters have recently released Series 2, a new set of mini collectible monsters that have fallen from the sky as triangular shaped stars and turned into quirky, funny monster characters. I knew my little boy would enjoy these so couldn’t wait to let him view them them and share his thoughts.
The Star Monsters come in various sized packs, all at low pocket money prices such as £1, £2 and £3 which is really good value. What I really like is that each bag contains two monsters not just one little character which makes them better value than other blind bag toys. Also you get two stickers in each bag which really adds to the value. The bigger packs contain mini capsules and the £3 option contains a giant capsule which is brilliant for keeping multiple monsters inside. The mini capsules are also a lovely way to display your monsters and can be joined up and stacked in various ways which added to the fun.
The Star Monsters sticker album has proved a huge success! Not only can you add your stickers to the correct monster throughout the album but there is a fold out game sheet that kept my two children entertained for hours – even I was persuaded to play a few battles against them flicking star monsters across the board!
The game sheet has been a big hit with my little boy, he is always getting it out, either matching his monsters against the sheet or playing a game with his sister. I’m surprised something so simple has created so much fun and entertainment for them. The Star Monsters overall have been a big success with my children, they love them and can be found playing with them all the time. Being small they are often used with other toys and can be found in the back of toy trucks, visiting Scooby Doo’s house and much more. Every time we visit the supermarket my little boy spies the Star Monster stands asking if he can have another packet to add to his collection (only when he’s been good though!).
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the product in order to write an honest review.