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MetroKids Toy Test 2014 game reviews

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To kick off the 2014 edition of MetroKids' annual holiday Toy Test, real MK readers and their families tried out a healthy handful of the season's hottest new board games, then reported back with their thoughts.

Click through or directly on the name of each game below to read their full reviews, complete with comments and numerical category ratings on a scale of 0-10 (with 10 being the highest score).

Robot Turtles (preschool age)

Crazy Legs (ages 4+)

Flip2BFit (ages 6+)

Staxis (ages 6+)

Moustache Smash (ages 6-11)

Aztack (ages 7+)

Bounce Off! (ages 7+)

My Monopoly (ages 8+)

Simon Swipe (ages 8+)

A huge thanks to all our terrific Toy Testers, who threw tons of effort into their reviews and photos. Interested in older games? Click here to see the games we reviewed in last year's Toy Test.

The rest of our 2014 Toy Test reviews will be published in our December issue; check back often for updates and a full holiday kids' wish-list rundown with hundreds of toys.

 

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