Thursday, August 30, 2018

POP Rocket Blasting Fun For Pre Schoolers

We received a sample in exchange for an honest an unbiased review.

We had the opportunity this summer to review another awesome game from Goliath Games called Pop Rocket.



This game was out of this world fun for the kids. It was easy figuring out how to play. You begin by pulling a string on the Rocket, begin the count down and roll the die. Players will move their color star catchers to where they think the stars will land. Keep an eye on that Rocket though because it will only a few seconds before it will blast off!

Then watch the stars explode into the sky and land in the star catchers. The first player to collect enough stars to fill their constellation is the winner.


Pop Rocket is for 2-4 players ages 4 and older. It's a great game to add to your collection, the kids have had hours of fun with ours. Goliath Games always comes through with bright colorful games that provide hours of fun. Their games are never flimsy or cheap, their made with high grade material made to last.

The contents of Pop Rocket



  • 1 Rocket
  • 1 Big Star
  • 40 Small Stars
  • 12 Star-Catchers (4 Colored Sets of 3 Star-Catchers)
  • 4 Constellations
  • 1 Die
  • Complete Instructions

    Goliath Games markets brands such as Rummikub, Triominos, Rolit, Wordsearch, Pop the Pig, Doggie Doo, Gooey Looey, Robofish, Domino Rally and many more sold under the flag of Goliath. Currently Goliath owns and operates offices in France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, USA (Goliath LLC and Pressman), Canada, Hong Kong and Australia (Crown & Andrews). Their head office (R&D, financial administration and logistics) is located in the Netherlands, from where we export to approximately 70 countries world-wide. The Goliath slogan is ‘Clever Together!’ this applies to their products that combine fun and wittiness, as well as the internal processes of creating and marketing them.



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