You will need a good pair of scissors to open the Robo Batcave. It is secured in with several plastic ties, paper ties and plastic clips. But after some snipping, clipping and pulling. It was out of the package and ready to play with. The set came with a small Batman figure, a Bat signal, satellite receiver and two missiles to shoot from your Robo Bat accessory.
The Robo Batcave has several interaction points and a lot of play time built into this unit alone. There are three power pads that activate different points throughout the play set as well as a jail and a detachable Robo Batman accessory. The accessory can house Batman himself while he “drives” it, and shoots the missiles from his arm with a touch of a button.
There is a lot to do with this playset, which is always great for me as a parent. It was also inexpensive which I appreciated since it does pair with other Imaginext play sets.
I couldn’t find any instructions with my Robo Batcave playset, I sort of wished there had been something simple inside that way I knew where the Bat signal and satellite went and couldn’t find all the interaction points without having to do so through trial and error.
The Robo Batcave by Imaginext is recommended for players 3-8. The missiles could have potential choking hazards for younger players. However, there is so much to do with this set, the play ability extends many years.
I can’t wait to try out the other Imaginext play sets that pair with the Fisher-Price Imaginext Super Friends Robo Batcave by Imaginext. There is a lot to do on this play set alone so I can’t wait to see what the rest of the set has in store for me.
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