Watch out because BigFoot is currently in a store near you! Normally, monsters are scary but this little monster will have your kids begging to take him home! BigFoot is one of Fisher-Price’s latest addition to their line of Imaginext toys. Last year Spike the Ultra Dinosaur was all the rage. But move over Spike, a new toy is in town! And Big Foot is FUN! He walks (backwards and forwards), he talks, throws a ball, chews, burps (not our favorite feature but he does say “excuse me”!) and exercises! BigFoot is loaded with personality!
What’s great about BigFoot is that your child controls him! He comes with a footprint, wireless remote control (what kid doesn’t love remotes?!) with six large buttons for happy, angry, sleep, fun, ball and exercise. And the buttons have pictures so there is no reading required.
BigFoot will go to sleep and snore if you push the sleep button and the exercise button makes BigFoot workout by pretended to lift weights. BigFoot roars and pounds his fists on the ground or he’ll raise his arms above his head and shake his fists. Not as scary as it sounds though! The button on his belly makes him laugh or burp. He stands on his head…he rolls (forwards and backwards!)…he has more than 80 actions & phrases! In other words, he is BIG fun!
Our toddlers, preschoolers and even our bigger kids LOVED BigFoot. As a matter of fact, we have had a couple big fights over the remote! And nothing was funnier to our bigger kids than making BigFoot charge (well, walk!) toward the babies. Not a good idea! And since we own Spike the Ultra Dinosaur, there were many battles between the two! (Spike usually won though!)
BigFoot includes one rechargeable battery, battery charger, wireless remote control, ball, leaf and retails for $99.99.
This is one of those holiday toys you might want to shop early for! Last thing you want to do is search endless stores for the hot holiday toy that is out of stock everywhere the last few weeks before Christmas! So, start shopping now!
For even more fun, check out the video of when BigFoot took Manhattan by storm: