Level Up Gaming Chair Review
Little kids always want to do what they see their parents doing, and that includes playing video games. Now toddlers and preschoolers can have their own gaming chair with the Level Up Gaming Chair. Kids will feel just like the big-kid gamers with their own swivel chair, joystick, and headphones.
Get started by turning on the interactive gaming tablet. This can also be removed from the chair. Then select one of the four game activities. When you press the 26 letter buttons or 10 music keys in Music Games mode, you’ll hear songs about letters, phonics, words, numbers, and counting. You can press those same buttons in Piano Phonics to free play the piano and hear letters, phonics, and words. In Ultimate Challenge, kids press the buttons to answer the questions. And in Word Quest mode, as kids press the buttons, they will hear more about words and categories they belong to, as well as odd and even numbers.
Each game activity has two levels of play that you can switch between by toggling the green level button. Level 1 is a little bit easier for newbies, and level 2 is more of a gaming challenge for pros.
The tablet also has a music player with three buttons that play video game-inspired melodies. And when kids move the joystick, they’ll hear classic video game sounds.
Two AA batteries are included, and adult assembly is required. This has two levels of volume.
Should I get it?
This has a lot to keep kids engaged in fun learning play and roleplay. We like that there are four modes of play with two levels of difficulty in each mode. And the chair does a good job of replicating an adult-sized gaming chair, with the swivel feature and space to hang the headphones. Kids will like playing the tablet’s games and pretending to game.
- 4 modes of play
- 2 difficulty levels
- It swivels
- Comes with pretend headphones
- Imaginative play