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Looking for something different to do in the house? My daughter has been doing her best to stay connected to friends and play games. We needed something new to do and it ProjeX was perfect for a new interactive way for the whole family to play!
One of the great things that I liked about ProjeX was the fact that you could transport it to any room or easily bring it with you, inside and out. This battery-operated projector can also be played outside at night either on the side of the house or on a garage door.
How ProjeX Works
Without needing a TV, you can easily use ProjeX in any room that has a blank wall. The moving targets will project right on your wall or ceiling and I can guarantee lots of laughs while playing together.
ProjeX works best in a dark room on a light-colored wall with no artwork, wallpaper, or painted patterns.
We turned all lights off and shut the blinds to create a darkroom experience to play before evening hours.
There are 5 different built-in games test your speed and skill. We tried all the levels and had a fun time seeing how fast the targets would come.
With 3 skill levels – beginner, advanced, and expert – all ages in the house can play.
You can change the slides and choose from ducks, targets, or UFOs – each with its own unique sound effects!
Change slides to change your level of difficulty:
- Blue (targets) = easy
- Red (UFOs) = medium
- White (ducks) = difficult
You can play solo, head-to-head, or “Co-Op,” where 2 players team up and combine scores. My daughter and I enjoyed playing together. Fun laughs and excitement on a rainy day.
ProjeX requires 3 “AA” batteries (not included)
Retailing for $49.99, the ProjeX game can be purchased at Target, Walmart and www.ProjeXGame.com.
We continue to enjoy our ProjeX game and can’t wait to try it outside as the weather gets warmer.
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