Creepy Crawlers Exclusive Mega Bug Maker Super Deluxe Set ~ Includes 59 Pieces!

Creepy Crawlers Exclusive Mega Bug Maker Super Deluxe Set ~ Includes 59 Pieces!

  • Includes 59 pieces!
  • This set includes an interactive injection molding machine that allows kids to easily create a huge variety of all new bugs, spiders, beetles and other little monsters.
  • Additionally, this set also includes the Creepy Crawlers GRINDER, SMASHER, Bug Molds, Bug Eggs, Bug Goo and all the tools needed to create the most terrifying creatures kids can imagine, then destroy then in FUN, CREEPY ways!

The Creepy Crawler MEGA Bug Maker is the Ultimate CREEPY CRAWLER experience. Make bugs with your bug maker and then destroy then with your smasher and grinder. The Creepy Crawlers MEGA Bug Maker?Ö Set is the complete Creepy Crawlers experience. From bugs that kids can fill with guts then smash to have the guts squirt out, to wall walking bugs, and solid bugs to simply scare friends and play with. Make any kind of bug you want!

List Price: $ 85.28

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  1. 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bug Making Time … Ridiculous Fun …, November 28, 2010
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    Steffan Piper (Palm Desert, CA) –
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Creepy Crawlers Exclusive Mega Bug Maker Super Deluxe Set ~ Includes 59 Pieces! (Toy)

    After being bombarded with commercials for this product for almost a year and thinking ‘no way’ the whole time because of a fear of seeing this stuff embedded in the carpet, staining the couch, and what-have-you, I was put into the position of having to break-down and just buy it. This toy is a child’s dream come true. A bug making kit. C’mon, people!

    For the record, I got the deluxe set with the crushing station included and then added the spiders and beetles molding sets as well.

    I’ve bought my son a lot of toys over the years that looked cool and promised hours of fun that never lived up to the promise – but this toy keeps the kids engrossed for hours and my son and his cousins – love bugs of all kinds. This was the greatest thing ever concieved if you asked them.

    First, if you’re the kind of parent that buys your kid a toy and then says: “Here ya go, now go play,” then this ISN’T for you. I recommend adult supervision with this at all times, for the simple fact that you have to melt down the jelly capsules inside the machine which takes a little time. You can’t burn yourself with it, as I really tried, but when you press the pump on top it comes out as a warm goo, fills the bug mold and does have the potential to create a mess.

    If you have a bossy ten year old to supervise, like a responsible older sister, then you can at least sit back, but you need to help them through the process. This toy teaches sharing and patience. It takes approximately 14 minutes to heat the goo and five minutes to “cry-freeze” the little guys.

    But like it ir not – this stuff will create a mess. But don’t fear, it’s non-toxic, doesn’t stain fabrics, doesn’t leave greasy marks on the walls or cielings (yes, they kept throwing them onto the bright white ceiling and my heart almost stopped thinking I was going to have goo marks), but there really wasn’t any problem as all of it cleans up readily and wasn’t as bad as I – and every other adult in the room first thought.

    We’ve been playing with this toy going on three weekends in a row and it still holds everyones attention, even though I find myself on bug station duty several times a night. If you have marble countertops, as we do (pictured above), you’ll notice that when they go to grind this stuff up it blends right in making cleaning that much more “enjoyable”, haha.

    When you have your bug all made, they throw them all over the walls and they crawl down both quickly and slowly, sometimes get stuck in place for awhile and just feel gooey and creepy. It’s a toy made to hold the attention of a child and make them laugh and also freak out the parent – which it does beautifully.

    Crushing up the bugs (ahh, the circle of life) also is a necessary part as the little gel capsules can add up financially and recycling the material can be used over and over without problem. I noticed that the older girls loved doing the crushing more than the boys, even though just using the thing is fun all by itself. People are making an issue about this part, but I think folks should just calm down as it’s only a toy and it’s better than the First Person Shooter game on their Xbox they’re probably forgetting they own.

    We own a lot of bug flash cards, my son can name almost every bug under the sun, loves spiders and knows the difference between a living thing and an inanimate object.

    Here’s my advice on this product:

    1. You should wash each bug mold thouroughly EACH TIME you use it and get all the gunk off as it may look clean, but any amount of film near the top will cause a block. I wash my molds out in the sink under HOT water. It’s like a scientific process and the kids love seeing me put on the gloves.

    2. When you dunk the bugs into a small bucket containing ice cubes, leave the bug in the ice water for at least five minutes. Doing this will guarantee a better, firmer bug when you pull the thing from the mold and the legs will stay attached longer. Yes, the more they crawl down the wall, the more they break apart.

    3. Adult supervision at all times and don’t leave it sitting around unattended as it’s just too tempting.

    4. Don’t use the inner body goo guts stuff as I’m just not going down that road. I think this is where you can get into some trouble with clean-up. The kids don’t seem the least bit let down by not using this feature. I took that stuff away immediately and no one was any wiser.

    5. Keep all you equipment ‘Military Inspection’ ready and you’ll get a lot of use out of it.

    6. Keep the recycled bug bits that have been crushed in a ziplock bag and out of reach, because you can keep using it over and over, but the littler they are, they more they’ll like to play with it and just goof off with it in the crusher; but that’s fun, too.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Creepy Crawler Bust, February 5, 2011
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    = Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This toy was a huge disappointment. The bug molds do not work, and this is not child or adult friendly. This is the only toy specifically requested by my 8 year old for Christmas. He was so frustrated. Save your money.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Kid’s Entertainment, January 5, 2011
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    Allie

    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    Kid’s Love it, but there are a lot of pieces involved. Doesn’t come with batteries, and it should for the price.

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