HoverTech Battle FX Review – There are toys that kids can play with and then after a couple of times, the fun’s pretty much gone. There’s nothing new with the toy and no kind of challenge to keep the excitement up.
Thankfully, that’s not the case with all of the toys. Take the HoverTech Battle FX for example. This toy is one that offers up something new every single time kids play with it. And it’s so challenging that kids will find themselves competing to improve their skill level each time that send it up into the air.
This toy is unique in that it’s played up in the air and while it’s moving. Kids can start it up and the hovercraft lifts off into the air, never staying still – so when kids play it, it can be a challenge to be able to correctly guess where it’s going to go next.
The game is based on a target challenge and with the HoverTech, it’s going to take a lot of patience and a lot of know-how to be able to be the best in this game. Each time the game is played, the flying course can change so it’s up to the player to learn how to anticipate and take the correct aim.
One of the many reasons that kids are clamoring to get this toy is because it’s based on an arcade type of play. Kids have to try to bring down this electronic target by carefully blasting it down.
Since the target is electronic, it’s like it has a mind of its own. Based on cutting edge technology, the HoverTech Battle FX can tell when a dart is headed its way. And it’s not going to stay still and just let someone score a direct hit.
Instead, the HoverTech has sensors that can tell it when it needs to move out of range. It can zip to the side, spin around and actually dodge the darts. This toy will be the toughest challenge of accuracy that kids will face.
It’s going to take practice to be the best of the best to be able to knock the craft out of the air. The toy has three modes that you can choose from so you can constantly attempt to improve your game play.
The more you play, the better at it that you’ll get. It’s kid against machine in this game. When you buy this toy, you’ll get the flying target, the charging station, two of the blasters and six of the darts. It’s a great game to play along or with friends. It’s suitable for ages 8 to 15.