Friday, May 22, 2020

Family fun with ProjeX

ProjeX Image Projecting Arcade Game

We like most of the US and people around the world have been stuck inside for almost 2 months. We played all the board games, card games, and video games that we have. The kids were starting to get tired of playing the same things over and over again, so when I was contacted to review the  Projex Projection Arcade Game; I jumped on it. The description gave me major Duck Hunt vibes, and the shooting was perfect for my kids.


Projex is the Projecting Arcade Machine that projects moving targets that you can blast on any light-colored wall. Choose from 5 different games and 3 different skill levels. Blast Targets, UFO's or Ducks. One or two players can play.

ProjeX Features:
3 different target images: Duck, Target UFO
5 Built-in games
6 shot capacity
Second blaster for 2 player games
3 interchangeable image slides for different targets and sound effects
Digital sound effects and LED scoring display
3 ways to play:
1. Solo
2. Head to Head
3. Co-op
Requires 3 AA batteries- not included

Once it arrived the kids were excited to get playing. Set up was extremely easy straight out of the box. All you have to do it put the batteries in and turn it on. Being able to set this up and use it on a blank wall was perfect, no sitting in front of the tv! But after a few games, my kids of course sat down!
The cords that attach the guns to the base are a little short, and you can pull the base off the table if you are taller. My 6ft son kept pulling it off the table while playing. 
The cats enjoyed chasing the cords and the lights on the wall as you can see.

The games are best played in a dark room, but even with a little light they still work and you can see the targets on the wall. 

We had a bit of trouble getting 2 players to work, but once it did the kids had a blast. They went head to head, mainly because we couldn't get co-op to work But after about 5 games the red gun stopped registering hits on the targets. We tried everything to get it working again, but so far no luck. I think it might have to do with the base falling and the cord being jerked out of it more than once, but we still use the blue gun and just take turns beating each others scores.

You can purchase the ProjeX Projecting Arcade Game at Target, Walmart, and the ProjeX website.

The game runs around $49.99 though I have seen it on sale at Walmart for $39.98

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