This post is brought to you by Monster 500. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
My 6 year old son is the type of kid who loves playing with things that aren’t toys (knick knacks, kitchen utensils, you name it) or playing with toys that are completely different. His new favorite toy comes from Monster 500. Monster 500 toys are unique & highly collectible toys that all feature monsters driving different vehicles. Cars and trucks meets gross monster fun (perfect for little boys & girls!). Not only can kids play with the toys like they normally would, each of the vehicles is also in the Monster 500 app (which you can find for FREE at the App Store and Google Play Store!), bringing the monsters to life as they battle to the finish line in the action-packed racing game.
In the app, your child will race their monsters, pick up weapons, avoid spills & other obstacles as they race. Every Monster 500 vehicle comes with a code that unlocks the monster in the app. Enter the code in the app and find out which monster is now yours to race & have fun with. Your child can choose different worlds to race in so it doesn’t get boring for them at all!
There are quite a few toys to choose from in the Monster 500 line. With the Monster 500™ Small Vehicles, kids can collect all 10 of the Monster 500 characters as 3-inch diecast vehicles (available as a single vehicle or in a 3-pack). Each of the cars comes with a trading card that features a code that you can add into the Monster 500 app and get your own monster in the game as well. Vehicles are available individually at Toys ‘R’ Us for $4.99 or in the 3-pack for $14.99.
If you want bigger action, you can get one of the Monster 500™ Large Vehicles. There are 4 different monsters to choose from, with each of the vehicles measuring 4 inches high and 5 inches long, including Zoom Zombie™, CrocPot™, Lead Foot™ and Flattop Frank™. Each vehicle has a button that when pressed, turns on lights and sounds for even more added fun. Cars are available at Toys ‘R’ Us for $14.99.
Playsets are a great way to keep the fun going. The Monster 500™ Toxic Terror Trap Playset comes with a Evil Clownevil™ vehicle, but is compatible with all of the small vehicles. Head on up the elevator that’s brought up by the hazmat mutant and head down the tracks as the car smashes through the doors of the freaky factory, knock over the toxic monster & try not to be eaten up by the mutant gator at the very bottom! Playset is available at Toys ‘R’ Us for $34.99 (3 “AA” batteries required & are not included.)
The Monster 500™ Graveyard Gauntlet Track Set is a perfect set for little racers. The Drac Attack™ vehicle is included but all Monster 500 vehicles are compatible with this playset. Kids can press down on the starting skull and send their cars racing down the track, straight into the eye-popping, giant skull. A checkered flag will rise to signal the winner. No batteries required. Track Set is available at Toys ‘R’ Us for $19.99.
Monster 500™ toys are available at Toys ‘R’ Us. You can find out more info by heading over to Monster 500’s website and by following Monster 500 on Facebook & Twitter, plus don’t forget to head on over & download the FREE Monster 500 app at the App Store and Google Play Store!
This post was brought to you by Monster 500. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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