... It was a brilliant idea, and made an enduring toy, and then what better way to sell it to little girls than to turn it pink, add a few pieces of plastic jewellery and re-name it “Barbie Says”.
Believe me it was a ploy that worked, as my eldest girl, Louise, who loves all things Barbie, ... Read review
"...and suited to younger children. Barbie will give a list of colours that she wants you to press, and if you press them in the correct order you are rewarded with a “prize” from the centre, a bracelet, ring or hairband. The maximum number of presses your child needs to remember is 4.
Level two is slightly harder, sometimes Barbie won't say “Barbie says”, and instead of the colour she may ask you to press the picture of the shoes ..."
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Good for hand-eye coordination and listening skills
lots of little bits to lose.
"...If you get it right Barbie will reward you with either a ring, hairclip or bracelet and the player with the most accessories at the end of the game is the winner. It is also impossible to cheat as Barbie tells you which player is the winner, invaluable for preventing arguements!
Level two is a little harder in that as well as using colours Barbie will mention the pictures on the buttons, namely shoes, handbag, sunglasses and a cell phone ( mobile ..."
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