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Excellent

Great value, fun, easy to play, wide audience

None in my opinion

Needing some fun outdoor toys to take to the beach last weekend, we browsed our local beach shop looking for a few cheap buys we could take. One such purchase was the Mookie Catcherball game which is a fun slant on our family favourite of catch and throw. I had played this game as a child and...

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Excellent

Creates good eye/hand co-ordination, very strong a...

none really

With the warmer weather approaching us, (stop laughing please), and the sun about to burst through the rain clouds, (No seriously, stop that giggling), it’s time to get out the garden furniture and, for those long summer holidays, the garden games so that you can keep the kids entertained without...

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“Simple fun”

published 11/05/2012

Great fun for all the family

Pads can slip

With this set you receive 2 pads and a ball which make up a fun ball game for both children and adults. My children love ball games they like trying to play with bats and balls so when I seen this for just £2 at home bargains I decided to pick it up for them for our next trip to the local country...

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Excellent

“Catch!”

published 04/04/2014

Bright colours, good quality

None

When the nice weather finally arrives, we will get our chest of outdoor toys out of the garage and this is one game that we all love. The product Each round plastic discs measures around 19cm, to one side, there is Velcro and the other is smooth plastic which also has an adjustable Velcro strap...

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“Great Game For The Beach!”

published 15/12/2011

Cheap, Fun, Diverse Ages, Great Value For Money, D...

Not Available Everywhere

Introduction I went to St.Ives down south with the family for a quick and cheap holiday last summer. The beach is the main hit down there, sun, sea, and sand - in England all we could ask for. Obviously other than digging holes and surfing in the sea there is not alot for the kids to do so we...

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Satisfactory

“Mookie Catcherball Game”

published 28/05/2012

Were fun at first

Didn't really work proplerly, one ripped

Mookie Catcherball GameWhen me and the kids go to visit my Nan every week they would get quite bored as they were cooped up inside a lot. So, to solve the problem, my Nan brought the kids a few games to go and entertain themselves with. One of the toys was Mookie Catcherball Game. All it really...

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Excellent

Great fun for all ages, adds more to just throwing...

Can be annoying when bit of grass etc gets caught ...

As you look at the picture of catcherball, if you have never seen or played it before.. i'm pretty sure you have got the jist of what it involves. It basically consisted of a ball - pretty much like a tennis ball but more furrier and 2 velcro bats. The velcro bats were not too big to hold and...

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Super

“Beach ball fun”

published 15/12/2011

Fun, easy

None

I'm a big kid at heart really and love playing games. Before we had kids my husband and I liked to travel, well we still do but travel is a bit more kid focused these days, no more weeks spent lying not he beach soaking up the rays for a few years! Anyway, on a trip to Spain a few years ago we...

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Good

“Waiting for the iCatcher...”

published 21/05/2012

provides exercise, not too expensive

Not exactly the best...

A lot of people have been reviewing the catcherball game recently, so I hadn't planned on doing so. However, after finding most of the reviews to be oozing with positivity, I decided that it was time to share my views. Now, as soon as I saw these popping up in the listings I thought "Ooh! I loved...

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Excellent

Very Cheap, No Complicated Rules

None

My little boy is just seven years old and is always looking for outdoor activities. His sisters are too old to play with him, so the 'duty' normally falls to myself or his Mum. So as the nights are getting lighter and lighter, we are spending more time in the back garden. Last week my wife was...

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Excellent

“Run, Jump, Catch”

published 15/12/2011

Active, Value for money, Fun

None from me :o)

I really enjoy games pretty much anyway they come electronic or not. There is nothing better than sitting down and have a fun game with your friends or children. I think it is great if you can also get active whilst having fun. Mookie Catcherball: My findings: During the summer months and mainly...

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Super

“A modern version of catch ”

published 28/05/2012

Fun and cheap

You have to be careful you don't get it wet

A modern version of catch We have loads of different toys and games that the kids and I can play together when the weather is decent enough for us to spend an afternoon outside. This catch set from Mookie was something we bought to take on holiday with us as we thought it might be fun to play...

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Excellent

“Can you catch it?”

published 03/05/2012

Fun, easy to play, cheap

None

I remember this game from when I was younger and I used to play it at the caravan with my younger sister, I was doing some browsing on Amazon and saw the game so had to buy it as knew my daughter would also love the game just like we had. The game cost me £4.50 and had free delivery which i think...

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Super

Easy to play/cheap

The hand strap can come loose.

Overview Mookie catchball is a childhood favourite of mine, so much so, I ended up purchasing one for my friend's child as a birthday present. As you can see in the picture, you get a tennis ball and two plate-sized "bats" covered on one side with velcro. The size is bigger than a side plated but...

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Excellent

“A good holiday game”

published 22/12/2011

Everything

None

This is a game that I used to take with me everytime I used to go on holiday, whether it was a holiday abroad or a holiday here in the UK. I find that once your kids are a little bit older, they no longer want to build sand castles, so I saw this and decided to buy it as it looked like it may be...

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