Thursday, August 10, 2017

Zoom Ball Hydro


Zoom Ball Hydro from Goliath Games is for ages 8&up along with 2 or more players. Get ready for some quick and cool action with the zoom Ball Hydro! All you need is a friend and some water for hours of wet and wild fun. Simply place the water balloon inside of the zoom Ball Hydro, grab the handles, and pull your hands apart to send the zoom ball soar into your friend. But watch out you never know when the blue will burst and leave you soaked! The way it works is you load the balloon, load the zoom ball by pressing down on the indent in the middle seam, and twist to separate. Next, you want to place a filled and tied water balloon inside of the zoom ball. Last you want to line up the to zoom ball sized, and twist to close. Get ready to get wet!


How to play after the balloon is loaded, grabbing handle in each hand on one end of the zoom ball while a friend grabs the handles at the opposite end. Stand about 12 feet apart so the line is almost taut. The player closest to the zoom ball starts by Poland his/her hands apart to send the zoom ball flying to the other player. The other player must send the zoom ball flying back the same way before it touches his/her handles. You never know when the balloon will burst! The contents of the box are 1 Zoom Ball Hydro and 10 water balloons.
My Opinion: this is a great summer game to play outdoors with kids and or nieces and nephews. Just put your bathing suit on when it is a hot day and see who gets soaking wet. I was afraid by Poland it so far back that it was going to break but to my amazement, it did not break at all and I had a lot of fun with it.

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