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Dr Dreadful - review?

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#1 Perfect2

Posted 23 November 2012 - 07:18 AM


My 7 YO has been asking for Dr Dreadful for quite some time now.  I am not so keen aout this toy only because it looks like it is something that will be played with once and then gather dust on the shelf.  I am slightly tempted to add it on the Christmas list as I am finding it hard to shop for her this year.  Anybody purchased this toy and able to give some feedback.  Does it do what it is meant to do?  


#2 DS1979

Posted 23 November 2012 - 11:05 AM

Oooh I hope someone will answer as I would love to know if it is any good as well!

I got the zombie lab for my son for his bday which is coming up this Dec (after several months of him begging!!!) so I am really really hoping it does not disappoint.

#3 donnam

Posted 26 December 2012 - 08:14 PM

My kids have been making snot shots and bugs since Xmas. They think it's yummy. I think it tastes gross but they're happy!

#4 Lucky*Mum

Posted 30 December 2012 - 10:20 PM

My 6yr old got one and has been making the bubbling brains and zombie skin.
He made the zombie puke but barely sipped it as it was really foul! Green and lumpy LOL.

It is so easy to use, he has no trouble at all just with me supervising.

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