Wonder Forge Doc McStuffins All Better Game Review


Wonder Forge was founded by Jacobe Chrisman and a small group of creative people with a huge passion for kids entertainment back in 2007. They wanted to create fun and original play activities for kids and their families. They offer top of the line experiences that gives preschoolers that can do attitude, as well as in every kid. Each game engages the players (both young and old) to be creativity physically and socially. Wonder Forge works with Dr. Seuss, Richard Scary, many Disney Jr. shows, Warner Bros shows, and Nickelodeon. You can visit here to see their complete list of partners. Wonder Forge can be found in over 11 countries and makes over 85 games that have won over 140 of the industry’s top awards.


Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to review 2 games from Wonder Forge. Doc McStuffins All Better Game was one that I received. My girls have recently became addicted to Doc McStuffins (as in we have watched the same 7 episodes since Saturday because On Demand won’t update) and when I showed this game to my girls they were so excited. The All Better game comes with a really cute glittery bag to keep all of your tools in, 6 slap bracelet bandages, 6 foam tools, 8 scoring tiles and 1 spinner.  This game is really easy to play and my 3-year-old picked up on it really quick. You start out by spinning the spinner, if you land on a bandage then you pick up a bandage, and show the tool to the other players and tell them which tool is on the underside. Then you put the bandage on another player’s arm or leg (place it with the bandage side out so that no one can see it). The other players have to try to remember which tool it is. If the spinner lands on a blue or yellow tool, then the player can pick one of the three tools that is on that space. That player then has to try to fix someones  boo boo (you do this my simply touching the tool to the band-aid on another player. Then that person takes the band-aid off and if it matches the band-aid the player gets to take a scoring tile. There is also a space with Doc’s bag on it. If the spinner lands on it the player gets to pick any tool they want. The game ends when the last Scoring Tile has been taken. The player with the most hearts on their scoring tile is the winner. My girls have loved playing this game as well as using it to play in general. They love to do check ups on mommy and all of their stuffed animals.

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This game is the perfect Christmas gift for any Doc McStuffins fan. Not only is it really fun but it is also educational. It’s available for purchase at many chain retail stores as well as online at Amazon for only $33. You can also head over here to see all the products put out by Wonder Forge and to find out additional places to purchase

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  1. Belinda says

    I would love to win this. I could use all of them this is a great prize.my granddaughter loves making people feel pretty and well. I know she will enjoy this a lot.

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