Saturday, 4 November 2017

Awesome Little Green Men (age 6+) Christmas Present Giveaway

The Awesome Little Green Men are 2 troops of small collectible Army Figures. They aren't all men and in fact half of them aren't even green, they're blue! My 7 year old will happily tell you just how awesome they are though...


There are several different sets to collect, each with mystery figures and the smallest is the individual Blind Box with one figure, a dog tag and a collectors sheet.


Each character has a score equal to their points in battle and it's printed underneath their footplate. The battle game is played by sliding pennies across a table to try to hit your opponents. Each time they are hit, they lose a point. When a character has lost all of their points, they are out of the game. Lose all your characters and you lose the battle.


The characters are very different and some of them are actually quite cute despite the weapons. Each has their own number and dog tag. The tags are plastic with a safety release plastic chain and all the details of the character on the back.


You can match your character to the collectors sheet and find out a little more about them.


We were also sent the Starter Pack for the Blue Battalion, which has a parachutist. We weren't expecting it and his parachute is tucked inside the box, so be careful when you open it.


The parachute is really nice, made from thick plastic with a brilliant little spacer half way along the strings to stop them becoming wound up together.


The parachutist is accompanied by two other figures and of course a mystery pack - I won't show you who is in there...


If you look at what is in the Starter Pack you know you are missing your 4 dog tags, chain, new recruit (collectors) guide and game guide, so they are hidden inside the cardboard truck! Look away now if you don't want to know where Awesome Little Green Men hide the rest of the contents of their starter set..


Awesome Little Green Men are available to buy now in all good toyshops. Blind Box £3.99 rrp,  Starter Pack £14.99 rrp,  Battle Pack £24.99 rrp. To find out more, play games and watch the videos,  take a look at the Awesome Little Green Men website.

One of my readers can win an Awesome Little Green Men Blind Box and an Awesome Little Green Men Starter Pack in my Christmas Present Giveaways.


Entry to the giveaway is using the Gleam form below. I don't store your details and nor do Gleam, I only use them to check and notify the winner! Open to UK entrants only, the giveaway will end at midnight Sunday December 3rd. Full t's and c's at the bottom of the Gleam form.

To see all of my other Christmas Presaent Giveaways, including board games, stockingfillers, a Lumie Bedbug and a SmartGurlzUK coding toy for age 5+, please go to my giveaways page...

Awesome Little Green Men (age 6+) Christmas Present Giveaway



We were sent our Awesome Little Green Men for review.

107 comments:

  1. My children will play tig for ages. No special equipment needed for that!

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  2. hand clap games, hide and seek x

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  3. Kirby a football and friends is all you need

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  4. Hide and seek

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  5. Rock,paper,scissors.

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  6. Hopscotch played this for hours

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  7. Eye spy is my little boys favourite game at the moment - great for when out and about!

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  8. Whats the time Mr wolf..although last time the kids played that the publican came out and told me off for not keeping n eye on the children who where "weeing" against the wall :O

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  9. the younger ones- mums and dads, the older ones id even say football, they will use anything as a ball... currently school jumpers :'(

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  10. There are loads my favourite is iSpy and Hide and seek

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  11. Reg plate words - where you make a name for the cars around you from their numberplates - it's the kids fave game!!

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  12. I Spy, great when you're stuck in traffic jams!

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  13. We like playing hide and seek around the house.

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  14. My kids like hangman and I spy, they just don't get rock, paper, scissors but insist on playing it anyway lol

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  15. Eye Spy! Our fav for long journeys

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  16. spot the coloured cars on the motorway x

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  17. What time is it Mr Fox?

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  18. Simon says!

    Kelly L @kellycloggs

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  19. Hide and seek, loved playing this game when I was younger.

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  20. Hide and seek. My kids love playing this

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  21. Cats Cradle (with the loop of string between your hands) Loved this at school :) x

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  22. We used to play i Spy in the car on long journeys and also pub cricket where you score runs for each arm or leg on a pub sign and lose a wicket if none are present

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  23. We always settle a task with ROCK,PAPER, SCISSORS,lol x

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  24. Tag - even my 3 year old loves playing tag.

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  25. I-Spy ... A game that can last for ages, make you aware of your surroundings & work on names of colours & objects.
    We love to play it, makes long car journeys more interesting

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