Playing Johnny The Skull Pirate Cove Game With Teens In The Dark

 

Here is another fun game from Goliath that my teens reviewed for me. 

I can finally say with this blasting game  didn't scare my usually scared reviewer. How strange since it contains ghostly pirates and needs to be in a dark room!

 You’ll prefer to keep the lights out when you have Johnny the Skull by your side! In this immersive treasure hunting game, use a special flashlight to blast away ghosts being projected all around you. There’s no reason to be scared of ghosts anymore, but they’ll certainly have a reason to be scared of you!

 

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 Johnny the Skull Pirate's Cove

Help Johnny the Skull blast the pirate ghosts floating all around to get the treasure! This electronic game projects ghost images all around that you must blast away to get to the treasure. Aim and blast for exciting arcade-like action! Includes 4 different levels of difficulty for added challenge. Note: Blaster does not emit visible light. Requires 6 AAA batteries, not included. 

  • Help Johnny get to the treasure by blasting pirate ghosts!
  • The Pirate Ship projects images onto surfaces all around you
  • Use your Pirate Blaster to aim at the ghosts and destroy them
  • Includes 4 different levels of gameplay for increased challenge
  • Note: Blaster does not emit visible light
  • For 1 or more players, ages 4 and up
The 411:

This was an easy set up. Just a few pieces 


Once all pieces were snapped together we were ready to play. 

There are different levels to play start with easy and move up from there. Once we were in a dark room, we were able to easily see the pirate ghosts on the wall which the ship projects from the various cannons. 


Just take the telescope and start blasting. There are different sounds if you get the ghosts and if you don't they laugh at you. BUT if you do, you get all the Gold and you will hear that as well. 

It was really a fun game and the girls play it often when they get together.  Nothing scary about this game and while we no long store it in the box (it is hard to get back in), once together there are only two pieces so we just keep it on a shelf in my laundry room which is usually where they play. 

I must admit, I love that these two teens are still into playing these games. They are so funny!

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered.   


Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered. 

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