The Spiderwick Chronicles Toy Reviews
On the heels of super successful flick The Spiderwick Chronicles comes a line of games including a puzzle, a card game, and a board game. Kidzworld has the review.
You’ve already read all The Spiderwick Chronicles and seen the movie on the big screen, so here comes a new line of Spiderwick games including a puzzle, a card game, and a board game. Kidzworld finds out if you'll love the toys as much as the movie.
The Secret Study Puzzle
This 200-piece puzzle shows a spooky scene from Uncle Arthur's secret study and is full of old spiderwebs, dusty test tubes, and mysterious specimens. The pieces are medium-sized and the finished puzzle is 13" by 19", or about as big as your desk at school.
Age: Eight and up.
The Fantastical Field Guide Mystery Game
Like the books and the movie, this board game is all about the Grace children keeping the Field Guide out of Mulgarath's clutches. Players can play as any of the three Grace children or as the goblins. The game has two stages: first, the children have to find the field guide by uncovering objects in a particular order, and second, the kids have to battle the goblins and return the guide to Arthur Spiderwick.
Age: Eight and up. Two to four players.
Creature Capture Card Game
The object of the game is to capture different creature cards, including sprites, goblins, trolls, and even Mulgarrath himself by using a particular combination of power cards. Each creature is worth between one and five points, and once someone has captured five creatures the game stops and the person who has the most points is named the winner.
Age: Eight and up, two to four players.
Price Range Legend