Chocolate Bunny Popper and Llamacorn Popper Review (Hog Wild)

Chocolate Bunny Popper and Llamacorn Popper
What It Is

New toys from Hog Wild will really have kids' Easter baskets popping! The Chocolate Bunny Popper is probably the more traditional Easter toy of the two. It looks like a chocolate Easter bunny with a bite taken out of its ears. And it comes with six soft foam balls in a variety of bright colors. What does it do with those balls? Pops them out of its butt, of course! Place a ball in the bunny's bottom and give the bunny a squeeze to launch the ball up to 20 feet. 

The Llamacorn Popper also pops balls out of its butt, but its six balls are rainbow-striped. The blue cross between a llama and a unicorn has a textured feel to mimic llama fur, silver wings, and a gold horn. Load a ball into the bottom and squeeze the toy to launch the ball up to 20 feet.

Is It Fun?

Well, these are just silly toys that will delight kids and adults. The styling and colors make these perfect for Easter baskets. Kids will think it's funny that the bunny and llamacorn are pooping the balls, and they'll also like hearing that satisfying pop each time. These can be a little tricky to launch sometimes, but figuring it out is part of the fun. 

Who It’s For

The new Poppers are for ages 4 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Don't shoot the balls at people or animals.

Each Popper is sold separately.

These Poppers are a little different than Hog Wild's traditional Poppers, and because you're not squeezing the tummy to launch a ball from the toy's mouth, we actually thought these were a little harder to get to work right. The balls have to be in the butt just right, and you kind of have to squeeze more from the neck than the tummy. Kids might find this frustrating. 

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Medium Difficulty