These Twins Love New Super Lucky’s Tale on the Switch

New Super Lucky’s Tale for Nintendo Switch – https://bit.ly/lucky-familygamertv

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We took a break from PJ Masks Hero Academy this week and took New Super Lucky’s Tale to try with a family. As you can see they really love playing it both in handheld and on the big screen. “Run, jump, climb incredible heights, burrow deep underground, overcome enemies, and explore amazing worlds on an epic quest to rescue the Book of Ages!”

PJ Masks Crack Code to Magic Key w/ Hero Academy

This PJ Masks Episodes, the Disney Junior PJ Masks show, we look at PJ Masks Hero Academy. It’s a new PJ Masks video game on the iPad that will teach you numbers, colors, counting and coding. It’s fun to play but you get to learn something educational at the same time.

Like PJ Masks Toy Fair games we’ve seen (PJ Masks Moonlight Heroes, PJ Masks Starlight Sprint, PJ Masks City Run) we really enjoyed Owlette, Catboy and Gekko’s fun.

LEGO Brawls Let Loose in LEGO Vault! (First Evar Disney, Harry Potter & Star Wars Sets)

Video supported by LEGO who take us to try out LEGO Brawls and explore the underground LEGO Vault where they have EVERY SINGLE LEGO set ever released. We go looking for PJ Masks LEGO but see the first-ever Harry Potter LEGO and the first LEGO Star Wars sets.

Join us for 30 minutes of filming underground in the LEGO Vault and trying out LEGO Brawls with the other YouTubers.

Our trip doesn’t take Owlette, Gekko or Catboy this time, as we fly to Denmark to see the LEGO Brawls game and new LEGO sets.

PJ Masks Garden Hide and Seeker Turns Cardboard Metal (SDCC)

It’s our new PJ Masks episodes. The PJ Masks Disney Show is going to San Diego Comic Con. We have a treasure hunt hide-and-seek in the garden to find the special metal die-cast cars, but Romeo turns the PJ Masks Seeker into Cardboard.

PRODUCT NAME: 2019 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive PJ Masks Seeker Die-Cast Vehicle Set

AVAILABLE AT BOOTH: 4021

QUANTITY AVAILABLE: 250

DESCRIPTION: Go into the night to save the day with the PJ Masks Seeker Die-Cast Vehicle set, available only at San Diego Comic Con. This 2019 Convention Exclusive includes Catboy’s Cat-Car, Owlette’s Owl Glider, and Gekko’s Gekko-Mobile in a chrome finish. The vehicles come packaged in a PJ Masks PJ Seeker box, featuring a fold-down panel making it great for display. SRP: $20. Ages 3+

PJ Masks Garden Hide and Seeker Turns Cardboard Metal (SDCC)

It’s our new PJ Masks episodes. The PJ Masks Disney Show is going to San Diego Comic Con. We have a treasure hunt hide-and-seek in the garden to find the special metal die-cast cars, but Romeo turns the PJ Masks Seeker into Cardboard.

PRODUCT NAME: 2019 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive PJ Masks Seeker Die-Cast Vehicle Set

AVAILABLE AT BOOTH: 4021

QUANTITY AVAILABLE: 250

DESCRIPTION: Go into the night to save the day with the PJ Masks Seeker Die-Cast Vehicle set, available only at San Diego Comic Con. This 2019 Convention Exclusive includes Catboy’s Cat-Car, Owlette’s Owl Glider, and Gekko’s Gekko-Mobile in a chrome finish. The vehicles come packaged in a PJ Masks PJ Seeker box, featuring a fold-down panel making it great for display. SRP: $20. Ages 3+

Romeo Glues PJ Masks Truck Shut – But Gets Trapped

This PJ Masks episodes looks at PJ Masks toys from Disney Junior. The PJ Seeker is for Owlette, Catboy and Gekko. It’s a brand new episode about PJ Masks toys and games. Romeo tricks Owlette but gets trapped in the end.

PJ Masks PJ Seeker official blurb…
“Be on the lookout for the Nighttime Villains with the PJ Masks PJ Seeker! Featuring lights, sounds, and a show-inspired design, the PJ Masks PJ Seeker can fit up to four vehicles in the detachable carrier and up to three 3” PJ Masks figures in the cabin. Spot the Nighttime Villains in the dark with the light-up searchlight. Save the day and stop them in their tracks with the disk launcher. Kids can even trap villains in the detachable cage! With the push of a button, release the Seeker’s cabin from
the carrier for a quick pursuit of escaping villains! The PJ Seeker even features a pull-out ramp and drop-down side door. The set includes one 3” Catboy figure and mini Cat-Car! Other PJ Masks figures sold separately. Ages 3+, SRP $59.99″

Toys provided by Just Play.

Girls Make Games With Dreams on PS4

PlayStation supported this video of our visit to Media Molecule to film the Girls Make Games event. We spent the day with the group making a game with Dreams for the first time.

“They are making a game, inside a game at a game studio. It doesn’t get more perfect than this. What they were able to make in Dreams looks complex but the simple process really lowers the barrier to entry of making a polished game.” Laila Shabir – Girls Make Games

“That feeling of confidence they get of creating their own game is something you carry forward into life.” Laila Shabir – Girls Make Games

“I watch a lot of coding videos on YouTube and they are always men doing it. I never see any girls. So this has been great to see other girls who are interested in things like this.” Girls Make Games Participant.

“It’s easy to pick up once you’ve mastered the basic controls.” Girls Make Games Participant.

“You get to let your creativity burst and be yourself and create whatever you want.” Girls Make Games Participant.

“A lot of people think that making games is a boy thing. But it’s better for girls and boys to come together because it’s more creative.” Girls Make Games Participant.

“It was a little bit challenging, but when you got into it, it was easier. I might think about this as a job because it’s really been fun.” Girls Make Games Participant.

“It was tricky, but it was also easy. You could make it up on your own. I loved understanding how you make games. After playing Dreams I’d love to work in the industry.” Girls Make Games Participant.

“Video games are the medium of our time and it needs new voices. I’d love to see game making being something parents encourage as much as learning guitar or learning a language. We love the idea of families making stuff together. It is for the next generation of game designers, architects, fashion designers. But mostly, it’s for the next ‘question mark’. It’s these young people who are going to take us to the future and I don’t know what they are going to do but they are birthing it now.” Sibahn Reddy Media Molecule