With tons of interactive toys on the market these days I still like to see my son up, motivated and having fun. It’s a nice change to see him out and about playing outside. One of my motherly rules of the house is no playing with toy guns are allowed. Until now! From my own personal experiences, playing cops and robbers is so old fashion. Although chasing each other around is still a norm in my home. We’re a family that enjoys having fun and causing a little chaos here and there is just fine with me. Click Here
What It Is?
The Xploderz Mayhem from The Maya Group is a blaster that features a multi-shot, auto-firing system that fires 120 rounds of ammo in 60 seconds. The ammo, which is small gelatinous beads, can be fired up to 125 feet.
Is It Fun?
Xploderz are a mix between water and dart blaster and give kids a unique tool for their blaster arsenals.
Who It’s For
The Mayhem is for kids, ages 8 and up. Older kids and teens will probably like this one also.
What To Be Aware Of
The Mayhem comes with 2,000 rounds of ammo that have to be wet in order to work. They explode when fired and should never be fired at anyone from a close distance. Additional Xploderz ammo packs and refills are available and sold separately.
Next up in my Holiday Gift Guide is one for the boys. Although I must admit my daughter had a lot of fun playing with it too. Xploderz X3 Sneak Attack allows you to pivot it's body and hide and shoot up to 125 feet! Click Here
You know what the problem is when you shoot someone with a toy blaster? They fire back at you! But what if they couldn’t see you? What if you were blasting little gel balls at your enemy and all they could see was a wall? Click Here
"When a PR person called to pitch a new splat blaster, I said we did one on the show just a month or so ago. Then she asked: “Did the one you showed have the ability to shoot around corners?" Click Here
From the very start, assembling this weapon is actually pretty cool and it looks like something out of a movie. You slide
the crossbow device on to the sleek barrel of the gun to engage the trigger mechanism and line it up with the plunger.
problem is when you shoot someone with a toy blaster? They fire back at you! But what if they couldn’t see you? What if you were blasting little gel balls at your enemy and all they could see was a wall? Click Here
When a toy designer's young daughter becomes fascinated by the gel-like beads in a flower vase, there is only one conclusion to draw: "There has got to be a toy in here somewhere," says Ron Brawer, a partner in the Maya Group and a toy industry veteran. Click Here
To test out the new X2 line of blasters we got our hands on the Xploderz X2 Mauler 1000. When you see “Mauler” in the name of a gun, you expect some serious power and the X2 Mauler did not disappoint. Click Here
The Xploderz X2 line of toy guns looks to improve on the first generation, offering longer range and more accuracy.