Power Rippers *Review*

Power Rippers from Jakks Pacific are a fun fusion of Vehicles, Battle Tops, & Action Figures in 1! Rev ‘em up & Rip it Up! They can Race up to 500 Scale MPH, Battle, and do Insane Stunts, Jumping up to 10 Feet High!  Each Ripper Transforms and is armed with either Teeth, Stingers, Battering Ram or Continue reading →

Meet Santa and his Antarctic creatures at The National Sea Life Centre this Christmas

Visitors to the National Sea Life Centre Birmingham are invited to meet Santa in his Antarctic Grotto from the 25th November to 23rd December 2017. All admission tickets to the popular city centre attraction include the chance to meet Santa stationed with his North Pole neighbours – the Gentoo Penguins – in the Chilly Ice Continue reading →

Fingerlings *REVIEW*

Rings are cute, but monkeys are cuter. Enter Fingerlings, by WowWee, a wearable and adorable baby monkey companion created just for kids’ fingers. These tiny robot monkeys are meant to be worn on the finger and serve as a pal. Each little monkey has cupped arms and legs forming a slot in which kids can place their Continue reading →

Spooky Seas at the National Sealife Centre Birmingham

Families are invited to a special spook–tacular half term event at National Sea Life Centre Birmingham from 14th to 31st October. The Spooky Seas event will provide half term fun for all the family as the centre’s fascinating creatures keep your little ones intrigued and entertained for hours. Feast your eyes on the attraction’s jellyfish Continue reading →

Dive in and Go Binge on your favourite Netflix shows with Three Mobile

Three Mobile has teamed up with  Netflix, TVPlayer, Deezer and SoundCloud to let you stream shows and music infinitely, anytime, without using up your mobile data. Go Binge is available to all new or upgrading customers who have one of the following contracts with Three Mobile: All handset Advanced plans of 4GB and above. All Sim Only Continue reading →

Pandemic *Review*

I’ve heard lots of excuses about why people don’t play board games, they’re too expensive, they’ve got long manuals with complex rules, friends who are so competitive you just can’t play board games with them. Pandemic is a co-operative board game so no one’s going to get too competitive, and it has you working at the Centre for Disease Continue reading →