Hasbro Gaming Mashin’ Max Game

You have to stay on your toes to win the Mashin’ Max game!

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Description & Features+

You have to stay on your toes to win the Mashin’ Max game! You have to hurry and scurry around the board as fast as you can and gather as many berries as you can while you’re doing it. But you’ve got to protect your critters from Mashin’ Max, because he thinks mashing critters is silly fun – and you lose all your berries if he mashes one of yours! He spins and slams and you can only win by dodging his big fists!

Mashin’ Max and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Mashin' Max (body, 2 arms, 2 feet), gameboard, blue stump, green stump, yellow stump, 3 blue bunny figures, 3 yellow hedgehog figures, 3 green turtle figures, 24 berry tokens, storage bag for components and instructions.

• Mashin’ Max game is critter-mashing fun
• Players circle the board while gathering berries
• Mashin’ Max figure spins and slams critters
• Avoid getting smashed and keep your berries
• WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
• Ages 4 and up
• For 2 to 3 players.
• Adult assembly required.

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Specifications+

Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Yes
RecommendedAge-Variant
Age 5-8
Brand
Hasbro Gaming
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
31115690
SKU
6000192385886
UPC
63050931154

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Ratings & Reviews+

Hasbro Gaming Mashin’ Max Game is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from MASHIN'? MAX This game offers several different ways to play & an exciting premise which children of all ages would be excited to play, even my forty five year old son. Lol. .The beast, I'm not certain what Max is supposed to be, is massive & the critters & the playing board are all vibrantly colored. The berries are circular chips which isn't bad, but, the critters & the beast are plastic so why aren't the berries? The problem is "Mashin'" Max. He doesn't work properly, if at all. He'd Mashed once & his arm hasn't left the upright position since. The pieces are easy to assemble & a chore to disassemble. It needs revamping. I've not taken the game apart yet. Perhaps, if it were equipped with a release switch or a one piece game board, that you needn't take a part it would work, considerably, better. I'd not a chance to play with this monstrocity once, & I was really looking forward to seeing how Max would mash the critters. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from super cute My son loves this game! Great Christmas gift & affordable
Date published: 2016-01-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not very fun... For my taste I thought this game was suppose to be kind of fun to play with my 5 years old son, but it's in fact kind of boring, I'm really into games with him and he usually follows all the directions for all other games we played. With mashing max wasn't like that, all he cared about was the big monkey figure and the critters to play apart. The game it's about max (the monkey) smashing the bugs every time you turned a snail bar that makes the monkey spin and drop his fist which some times it's not even strong enough to catch the bugs, also the quality it's not that good since max's arm doesn't stay ask the way up and falls off the base from time to time. As you can see in the picture, it comes with critters for 3 teams, cardboard berries tokens and instructions that are a little hard to understand for my taste. The berries are collected as you land in the spaces..but it's Confusing where or how to arrange the critters in the first place. I think this game is very cute but lacks of structure rules and thus, lacks of entertainment. But hey, there's a taste for everything, if you want to go for it, I hope you have fun. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ok, when it works I am writing this for the Spark Reviewer Program. The idea is that you move your figures around, collecting berries. Each spot has a number on it, so that not only governs how many berries you get when you land, but also how many spaces you move. So basically you spin up Max, he smashes a space with his hand. Your characters then move that number of spaces (so say he hits a 3…each player moves three spaces). Then after everyone moves, you spin up Max again and he smashes some hapless creature and the player loses all berries collected to that point. When one person loses all three of their figures, the game is over and the remaining players tally up their berries…whomever has the most, wins. Assembly is trivial – basically attaching the stumps to the playing board. And I will say the younger kids had fun with the game, even fighting over who got to spin Max up. The game itself has replay value from their perspective, as the mashing is apparently random. It’s a fun game, though kids older than six/seven may get bored with it after a time. The game comes with: Mashin' Max, gameboard, blue, green, and yellow stump, 3 blue bunny's, 3 yellow hedgehogs, 3 green turtles, 24 berry tokens, storage bag, instructions. Cons - The issue I have with the game's premise is compounded by the game mechanics: A couple times the fist stayed up in the air instead of coming down like it's supposed to. What do we do now? Do we proceed as if the fist dropped, or do we spin again? Either way, someone is not going to be happy. So let's say you're fine with everything above and you just want your kids to play for a while by themselves. If your child can wind up Mashin' Max, which takes a bit of strength and dexterity, that pretty much means he/she is old enough to get bored of playing after 10-15 minutes. So we're back to needed adult assistance and supervision in order to get the most from this game, and I can pretty much guarantee adults are not going to enjoy playing this game. And when you're done, it won't go back into its box without being completely disassembled [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Boring Game! To play Mashin Max, you set the game up with three game pieces for each player, only three people can play at a time. The game pieces are different animals, each player gets three of the same animal. First player spins the arrow, they are then allowed to go onto the board and collect two tokens for their nest, then they pull the lever on the side of the game board to make Mashin Max spin. At random one of the Mashin Max arm’s, slam down on the board when it stops spinning, This arm has a rubber circle on the end of the hand so it can pickup the game pieces. If it captures your game piece then you must move it back to your home position, if it does not then you stay on the board and try to work another one of your animals onto the board, as you try to avoid being captured by Mashin Max . We found this game to be somewhat boring! It’s very noisy, as it spins around. and the arm did not always stay up. Several times it fell immediately after pulling the side lever and would drag around the board knocking everyone’s game piece’s off the board. The kids grew tired of it very quickly, and complained of the loud sound it makes while turning. The age group for this game is 4+, and children that young may like it better, but the six and seven year old just walked away. Also the pieces are kind of small could be a potential choking hazard for younger children. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fun, however its noisy & has mechanical errors Mashin Max is tons of fun for your toddler. It's reminiscent of whack-a-mole but just a bit smaller. I warn parents do not get this game if you are not fond of noise. This toy is extremely noisy! Basically you try to go around the board as fast as you can and and gather as many berries as you can. You lose all your critters if he smashes on of yours. This is definitely a 2 or more player game otherwise it is no fun! As far as assembly, this is super easy to put together. Everything snaps in place, no screws needed. It does come with small parts so do not buy for a young child. The critters can be easily swallowed by a young child. What did annoy my son is that the arm does not stay up well in place to go completely around the board. I had to continually lift the arm up to stay put and after a while it was okay. That could be improved. Overall, I would not recommend this toy to a friend being that an impatient child would get annoyed quickly that the arm doesn't stay completely up, and when the toy spins around it gives off a loud screechy sound. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-24
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