"Crate Creatures" are monstrous creatures found in your local or online store.
Crate Creatures come in crates. That's probably why they're known as Crate Creatures.
You use a crowbar to open the crate. That releases the Crate Creature.
If you pull the Crate Creature's tongue out, the Crate Creature vibrates.
|This is Sizzle.|
There are motor sensors in the Crate Creature. They react when the Crate Creature is knocked over, lie down, or get held upside down.
You can record your voice with the Crate Creature, and it will replay what you said in its Crate-Creature voice.
The Crate Creatures all have 45 or more different Crate-Creature sounds.
The Crate Creature likes its own special food. Put the food in the Crate Creature's mouth and it will make chomping noises like it is eating.
The Crate Creature package includes the necessary accessories. With Sizzle, for instance, the package includes the crowbar, the lock and chain for the crate, the crate itself which can be re-used, and a roasted treat for the Crate Creature.
Pull the Crate Creature's tongue and it will make fun sounds and gross noises.
The Crate Creature's wings flap when you squeeze his tail.
Very young children can play with Crate Creature. However, older children in the 10+ range may not be entranced by their Crate Creature.
Batteries are included.
Each Crate Creature is about 7 inches tall and 5 inches wide, roughly speaking. Crate Creatures are roughly the same size as Hatchimals if you have one.
The Crate Creature packaging is very adorable.
The Crate Creatures can eat marshmallows and do other tricks.
Crate Creatures make all sorts of rude sounds that kids love. Think "bathroom humor."
Kids seem to like the audio playback best.
There are lots of different Crate Creatures. Aside from Sizzle, popular Crate Creatures include a dragon and an abominable snowman.
You may replace the batteries after they wear out. The Crate Creature batteries may wear out fairly quickly if your child really likes his or her Crate Creature.
Children as young as 2 are reported to love their Crate Creature.
Some adults are reported to like playing with their children's Crate Creatures. The packaging is really cool.
If your child is rough with the Crate Creature, some of its functions may not last too long. It is a fun toy, but not too sturdy when used a lot.
Some people complain about the instructions being unhelpful. However, there are lots of Youtube videos that will help you to learn all of your Crate Creature's functions if you want to watch them.
The lock that is around the Crate Creature cage can be a little difficult for very young children to figure out by themselves.
Crate Creatures are made by MGA Entertainment, which also makes L.O.L. Surprise! Dolls.
You will likely have to install fresh batteries right away, as many batteries are worn down from demonstration use in the store or from your online retailer.
If you remember Hasbro's "Torch: My Blazin' Dragon," Crate Creatures are like them.
The Crate Creature will pop out of its crate once you pry open the lock. This might scare your child, but more likely it will delight him or her. The secret is that there is a spring at the bottom of the crate.
Crate Creature is recommended for ages 4 and up. However, as noted earlier, even younger kids seem to like them.
Crate Creatures also are similar to Mattel's old "Boglins" hand puppets from the 1980s and 1990s.
Crate Creatures came out late in the season in 2017, barely in time for Christmas.
There are also Crate Creatures Flingers. They can be thrown at targets.
There are 12 different Crate Creature Flingers so far, with probably more to be added.
Crate Creatures make great stocking stuffers.
Crate Creatures are very popular around the world, including places like India, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
The backstory is that Crate Creatures were lured into their crates using their favorite treats.
The first four Crate Creatures were Blizz, Pudge, Snorthog, and Sizzle.
Sizzle is a fire-breathing dragon. He has a mean temper. Sizzle is green with a fuzzy orange beard and spiky teeth.
Squeezing Sizzle's tail makes his wings flap. Sizzle has a lot of individuality and shakes with rage. Each of the Crate Creatures has their own moods.
The biggest danger when buying a Crate Creature is that your child may wind up wanting the entire set. So, be very careful before you unlock that crate!
There are also other kinds of Crate Creatures, with others sure to come. For instance, there are Crate Creatures Big Blowout. These are bigger Crate Creatures. They also have a walkie-talkie that enables you to transmit your monster voice through your Crate Creature.