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Zoobles Are So Cute and Clever But Not As Versatile as The Littlest Pet Shop.

Updated on December 1, 2012

Does your child like toys such as Littlest Pet Shop? Well, then you should look into Zoobles and decide whether they are for your daughter, relative, or friend. Zoobles are plastic animals from a pretend world that spring from their balls into their animal shapes. They automatically spring open when they are placed on top of their Happitat, which is a place where each Zooble rests. They pop up with the use of magnetism between the Happitate and each Zooble.

Everyone says that the Zoobles derive from its brother line of toys called Bakugan, which are similar to Pokemons in its concept of an animal that can transport in a ball. Zoobles is a line of toys primarily for girls. They are fascinating and even addicting to interact. Each figurine is a complete animal with moving limbs and ears.

There are a lot of different Zoobles. They reside on Zoobles Isle, which has nine regions. The one shown in this article is Tumbly from the region called Chillville. Like most popular toylines, this one also has a website where a child can collect points called zoints and earn prizes. And the manufacturer has video games and whole line of logo products such as T-shirts.

As a parent, I would advise not to go crazy with these figures. My daughter has Tumbly, but her first love is still with Littlest Pet Shop. First, by virtue of its shape, they tend to fall over. As interesting as they are in transforming between shapes, the Zoobles tend to turn back into their balls. Other than that, Zoobles can be incorporated into Littlest Pet Shop environment, although they tend to be bigger. I think one Zooble is great because you can throw one and its Happitat into a plastic bag, and it is a self-containment of fun. Of course, they are not good for small children, just in case some of these parts break off.


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    • formosangirl profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Los Angeles

      Thanks, Teaches12345. I do hope they stick around. They are trendy now.

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      Dianna Mendez 

      6 years ago

      These are so cute. My granddaughter loves these little Zoobies. I have to admit that they are pretty clever in design. They do have some really nice accessories as well.


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