Street Shots Racers are bringing a new excitement to indoor and outdoor playtime. Racing vehicles are shot out at extreme scale speeds of over 500 MPH using a blast launcher. Create obstacles to knock down or maneuver around, play competitive games, or attempt trick shots using the Street Blaster.
After taking the Street Blaster set out of the box, the only thing necessary to start playing with it was inserting three AAA batteries. (That shouldn’t seem too difficult, unless you are like me, and fail to keep batteries of all shapes and sizes around the house.)
The Street Blaster set comes with a blast launcher, 2 racing vehicles, a wall ramp, and a wall target. It is small and very easy to take with you anywhere.
The wall target adheres to any surface and creates a fun challenge and even a competitive game between friends.
You rev up the power on the blast launcher by pulling the top trigger repetitively. As soon as you think there is enough power, pull on the second trigger below it to release the racing vehicle. This launches the racing vehicle out of the blaster and it goes speeding towards wherever it was aimed.
The wall target is designed to fall off once strong contact is made. This makes using the Street Shots Racers a lot of fun.
If you don’t have a great indoor option, the Street Shots Racers are great for outdoor playing as well.
Obstacle ideas would include:
Tin can towers
Thin raceway created with books
What would you set up to knock down? Watch this video and see how they took the Street Blaster outdoors for hours of fun:
The Street Blaster can be purchased at Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, and Amazon. It is recommended for children 5+ years.
Blip Toys provided me with this item for review. The opinions expressed above are my own, based on the experiences I had observing and using the provided product. Enjoy
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