Last week, I was sent a ProjeX game to try out with my family and review. ProjeX is a portable projector that displays arcade-quality shooting targets of varying difficulty levels. This system operates on just two AA batteries and does not require a tv. Each projector comes with two blasters (which don’t need batteries) and three slides. The slides are color-coded for difficulty level: blue is easy & shows targets; red is medium & shows UFO; white is hard & shows ducks.
Out of the box, all the system needs are batteries. The projector should be placed on a low table about 5 feet away from the wall. Turn off the lights, and you are good to go. It took us a few minutes to get it to turn on, and once it did the entire base lit up. There is a small front display that keeps score and the blasters can be placed in built-in holders for storage.
We started out with the blue slide and slowly worked our way up. Each slide has 5 different games, so there are a lot of variations to choose from. Targets can stay still, or they can move all over the wall. The white slide was especially challenging since you have to hit the ducks in just the right spot. It really reminded me of playing Duck Hunt as a kid (back in the ancient times as my daughter says). My daughter has had a blast with it. I’m honestly surprised the batteries haven’t died yet with as much as we’ve used it.
Overall, this is a great game system. We’ve gotten hours of enjoyment out of it. ProjeX is available at Target, Walmart, and Toys R Us (Canada). You can find more about ProjeX by visiting their website.
I received the above-mentioned product for free for an honest review.
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