Lil' Gleemerz Dolls are Fun Fun Fun!
Interactive toys are all the thing these days. While they look cute just sitting there like other toys, they also do things to delight any child.
Being interactive gives a toy so many other dimensions that it's like giving several toys at once.
Lil' Gleemerz toys are interactive toys that light up fun and friendship with their rainbow light-up tails, glowing eyes, and quirky sounds and phrases. Here we have Lil' Gleemerz coloring pages free and downloadable.
Mattel makes Lil' Gleemerz toys.
Lil' Gleemerz dolls are interactive. They respond to touch and sound with over 100 reactions to generate (it purrs, growls, farts, says funny phrases, flashes dazzling light shows, and even plays games with you)
You can Lil' Gleemerz by its little paws to hang Amiglow in cute poses. Any surface like a chair or a table or a laptop screen will do.
The Lil' Gleemerz dolls require 3 AAA batteries (included).
Lil' Gleemerz is suitable for ages 5 - 9 years.
When playtime is over, there's a handy on-off switch on its back that you can flip for your child's Lil' Gleemerz to bid them a "Goodnight, Lil' Gleemerz."
There are three types of Lil' Gleemerz :
Loomur is purple, Adorbrite is pink, and Amiglow is kind of blue.
While not really intended as a teaching toy, Lil' Gleemerz can serve a useful purpose by improving hand-eye coordination
While the list price for Lil' Gleemerz is around $20, you can usually find at least some of them for much less than that.
Many kids love that the tail glows in so many colors.
You can hang the Lil' Gleemerz from its claws even when it is turned off.
Could Lil' Gleemerz convince your child that he or she does not need an actual pet but can get along with just Lil' Gleemerz? Just think of the difference that could make in your life one way or another.
While younger kids love their Lil' Gleemerz, older kids love them, too. In fact, you may fall in love with your child's Lil' Gleemerz.
In each Lil' Gleemerz game, you press the tail to try to "catch" lights by pressing on the tip of the tail.
The games are fun and get a little more challenging as you proceed to new levels. In Catch the Kiss, you want to catch the green kisses, not the red farts. In Tail Tennis, you're bouncing green lights back and forth with the Lil' Gleemerz. And in Stop on the Spot, you're trying to stop the red light on the green light in the center of the tail. Kids can amuse themselves with this for hours.
Each Lil' Gleemerz is sold separately. They all have four touchpoints: the tail button, the back of the head, the forehead, and the nose. The nose is how you'll change through the three different modes of Hangout, Light Party, and Game.
Oh, you knew this was coming. Among all of its other tricks, the Lil' Gleemerz toots. That is right, it toots.
Kids love that stuff. Why? Who knows. But that's what kids like.
Lil' Gleemerz also have other modes, such as dog mode.
In hangout mode, you can pet and pinch the Lil' Gleemerz to elicit purrs, growls, jokes, funny phrases, and more.
You may choose hangout mode, light-party mode, or game mode.
Lil' Gleemerz are fun fun fun!