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Toy review~ for, Littlest Pet Shop Pet-acular Fun Room Style Set

Price~ $15 / £20
uk~http://www.amazon.co.uk/Littlest-Pet-Shop-Pet-acular-Style/dp/B00IJVN0PO/ref=sr_1_1?s=kids&ie=UTF8&qid=1408991846&sr=1-1&keywords=Littlest+Pet+Shop+Pet-acular+Fun+Room+Style+Set

us~http://www.amazon.com/Littlest-Pet-Shop-Pet-acular-Style/dp/B00IJVN0PO

Ages~ 6+
With 35+pieces

This fun toy allows anyone to make and design a fun room for their littlest pet shop animals. It was very easy to put together with only 5 steps. It included many little things including 2 different animals, and little bottles/carrots/ crayons and things that the animals can hold. Very colorful and has many small details that make it nice.
There is also a app for these pets. You'r suppose to be able to scan the paw on the pets from a mobile device and be able to play with ur pet, but I tried and could not get the app to show then after closer look at the box it says ' see littlestpetshop.com for app release date" so I am gonna guess the app is not out yet....why they would sell these pets and advertise on almost all sides of the box for this app when it is not even out yet im not sure....bummer...Either way the toy was great. Me and my daughter had a lot of fun putting it together and playing. They also have 7 other sets you can collect and add to this room.If this review does well we might just have to get a bigger one with over 100 pieces! or do a give away..hmmm decisions 

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