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Max Steel Viewing Party
Our home seems to revolve around superheros, swords, battles and lots of imaginative play. So when we were able to have a Max Steel Party, my boys were more than delighted. If you aren’t familiar with Max Steel, there is a series and line of toys. Below is the synopsis:
Designed, developed and produced by Mattel, Max Steel chronicles the epic adventures of earth bound teenager Maxwell McGrath™ and his alien friend Steel. Both possess special powers and discover that once combined, together they transform to create “Max Steel,” a technologically superior superhero with “Turbo Energy.” Once the power is harnessed, Max Steel’s signature turbo blue energy can be summoned with a “Let’s go turbo,” transformative command in defense of earththreatening villains.
When our guests arrived, they were able to play with Max Steel toys and let their imaginations go wild. My boys have spent countless hours since the party playing Max Steel with their action figures and Turbo Sword. The party was a viewing one where we watched the movie, but the toys were definitely the highlight.
The Max Steel Turbo Sword Combo is a cool toy. The sword is large but light and comes with Steel that you can attach to it. The sword lights up with blue lights and makes a cool sound. Steel can be connected to the sword or to your child’s shirt so that they can actually pretend to be Max Steel. Steel also has a base stand that makes him appear to be floating, lights up and also has a bunch of phrases that he says. The sword has proven to be very durable over the past few weeks and has been used in many battles. This Turbo Sword Combo can be purchased at retailers nationwide for $29.99.
The other Max Steel toys at the party were action figures. Each figure measures 6 inches and is posable. They all also have some pretty neat features. Some light up and others come with weapons. The action figure line includes figures like Spider Claw Toxzon, Ultra Blast Max Steel, Rip Launch Max Steel, Blade Attach Dredd, and Rip Launch Toxzon. Below you can see my boys explaining the different action figures.
After we watched the video, we powered up with fun fondue. We had a few different fruits and cookies and dipped them in chocolate. It was a lot of fun, but really messy!
I’m impressed with the Max Steel cartoon and how smooth the animation is. I like that the show is not only cool superheroes, but teaches my boys teamwork. He and Steel work together to use their special powers. Although my boys don’t realize it, when I hear them playing Max Steel they are working together. You can catch the show on Disney XD or download one episode from iTunes for free! The line of toys and show compliment each other and it was fun to host a party.
If you’ve got a child around age 5 or older, I’d recommend Max Steel. It’s a fun cartoon with great toys.