Disney Frozen Top Trumps Review By Sophie

By July 1, 2016Toyologists
Lily and Top Trump cards (4)

This review is part of the Toyologist programme, where a team of hand-selected reviewers test baby products and toys with their little ones for useful insight by parents, for parents.

Lily adores Frozen, despite us not owning a functioning DVD of the film anymore. Perhaps it was overuse or sticky fingers? The adults breathed a sigh of relief but whilst we have been umming and aahing as to whether and when to replace it, Toyologist Lily has enjoyed playing with her set of Disney Frozen Top Trump cards.

The sparkly box contains 30 cards each lightly laminated to withstand use by children aged 4 years and up; Alexander still doesn’t know his own strength so he managed to bend one quite quickly but we restored it easily enough.

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Each card features a different magical character from the film and whilst you may wonder how did they manage that since there are fewer than 30 main characters, the cards feature other characters or recognisable faces. So aside from Anna, Elsa and Christoff, you will also find Young Anna, Young Elsa as well as ‘extras’s such as The Wandering Oaken, Wolves and the Arendelle Baby.

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Lily and Top Trump cards (1)

For children who are as infatuated by Frozen as Lily is, there won’t be an unrecognisable face within the set, so there will be limited confusion whilst playing the game.

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Lily and Top Trump cards (4)

The Disney Top Trumps cards requires between 2 and 6 players, but more often than not, Lily simply enjoys laying all the cards out and admiring them as well as identifying who each character is as she is yet to understand the Top Trumps rules.

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For the RRP of £4.99, the Disney Frozen Top Trumps cards would make an excellent travelling game, small gift or even Christmas stocking filler. I would be happy for Lily to continue to play with these and not before long we will be able to have a decent game all together.

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