Rainbow Brite Game - Review & Giveaway (3 winners!)

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

{This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to #14 Dawn, #36 Jakiesmom, #3 Jen} Do you remember Rainbow Brite? She's back with all new episodes and games. Mom Select recently sent me the Rainbow Brite game (seen above) to review and share with my readers.

Here are my thoughts:
Both of my children enjoyed this game. My daughter (4) loved it most of all. The colors were bright, the music was continuous (lol) and the games were fun. She was able to play at least 60% of the games all on her own. Some of them were a little more difficult but would be easy for anyone 7+. It's a fun new game. She's asked to play it daily and it's something I feel comfortable letting her play.

3 Suburban Jungle readers will get this Rainbow Brite game.

To Enter: Leave a comment sharing a fun childhood memory. :)

Extra Entry?:
2 Extra Entries for tweeting this contest
1 Extra Entry for following @suburbanjung on twitter
1 Extra Entry for following on google friend connect
1 Extra Entry for following on Feedburner
1 Extra Entry for entering one of my other giveaways

This entry will end on March 1st, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST. 3 Winners will be selected by random.org, posted here, and contacted by email. No compensation was given for this review. I did receive a complimentary game CD. All opinions are my own.

85 comments:

Jen@Scrapingirl said...

I love Rainbow Bright!!! A childhood memory...mmm.....Since I have Placenta brain, this may be hard to remember one. :) I remember getting a pet bunny, but she bit me when I held her. OK, so that may not be the happiest of memories, but atleast I remember it. :)

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skgaff said...

My sister and I used to watch this every Saturday morning when we were growing up!
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traci smith said...

one of my best childhood memories was rushing to my grandmas with my older sister on my 5th birthday , see i really really wanted my birthday present, i had been asking for it for a long long time, and i was hoping it would be there......when i ran thru the door my grandma called me to the phone...it was my mom!!! and she had my birthday present, yay! i was so excited it was exactly what i had asked for..........a real live baby sister born on my birthday!!! and my mom and daddy got it for me and would be bringing it home in just a few days.........that is probably the best childhood memory i have

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Rebecca Graham said...

I used to go to the zoo a lot as a child. That was always a fun trip.

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Dawn Sollitto said...

My favorite childhood memory was hanging out with my best friend on her swingset. We would swing so high and pretend it was a rocketship. We are still friends today!
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Felicity said...

I remember going to the beach with my family. Wish we could do that again.

Dar said...

I remember ice skating on a pond at our family farm with my sister when I was young. I liked the cold weather much better then...

Stasi said...

How cool, Rainbow Brite!!!! A childhood memory is always going outside in our neighborhood and riding bikes, playing anything we could think just so we got to be outside! lilstasi2@aol.com

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Joline Class said...

I had the rainbow brite doll as a kid. I remember that her hair smelled fruity!

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Jessica-MomForHim said...

I remember watching Rainbow Brite--it was one of my favorite shows! Also Care Bears and Jem and the Holograms!

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Darcie K. said...

My childhood memory is camping with my family
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Debbie Jackson said...

my childhood memory is playing on the teeter-tawter horses my dad made for us. jacksond@nhr3.net

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jakiesmom said...

i remember having a shaun cassidy fan club in my friends basement...we thought we were so cool..every now and then i remember the pj's i had with his face on them.
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Faye @ "GreenOrganicMama.com" said...

Oh how cool! I loved Rainbow Brite as a kid. I always remembered watching Saturday morning cartoons with my mom's baby sister, who lived with us (13 year difference between us). She's always been exactly like a big sister to me. Her favorite was the Smurfs ;)

Thanks for hosting this giveaway, Angela!

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Already a Google Friend :)

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Kimberly said...

My best childhood memories are always of the camping trips our family took every summer. We always had such a good time and it was a huge adventure for us!
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Christy said...

My two cousins and I pretended to be the Mandrell sisters and sing along to their records. We'd dress up and stand on furniture next to each other singing into our "microphones" that were short wooden dowels or wooden spoons.

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Susan said...

One of my favorite memories is of writing a "play" which was performed by the neighborhood kids. Our parents paid to come see it and we gave the money to Unicef.

polly said...

my favorite chilhood memory was always taking trips to visit my grandmother and other relatives. my father was in the service so we traveled alot.
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April said...

my brother an i are less than a year apart, so I remember playing with him a lot. especially our roller racers!

Jessica said...

One thing that I remember from my childhood was on the morning of Christmas when I was about 5. My parents woke me up at 6am (obviously they were more excited then I was) and when I walked downstairs, there were SO MANY presents under the tree they almost were spilling out of the room. We were very fortunate that year and it was so neat to see all the presents like that.

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Jennah said...

Rainbow Brite is the best!! I remember JEM from when I was a kid, I had the JEM doll and her earrings lit up.. She was truly outrageous:)

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Beth said...

I always loved getting ready for the first day of school!

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Kathryn said...

I love playing with dolls when I was a child.

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Anonymous said...

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Rainbow brite was a favorite memory because "santa" brought a bag of rainbow brite toys to me, including the horse :)

Ryan said...

I liked riding bikes with older sister and climbing trees.

Jamie said...

Cool contest! I love rainbow brite, as a kid my favorite memory was playing board games with my sister, Candy land was our favorite!

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sallyanne03 said...

My favorite childhood memory is making radio shows with my sisters in the car on the way to our cabin. It was something fun and creative that we did and I really enjoyed it. I can't wait for my kids to do the same. sallyanne03@gmail.com

erma said...

I remember always eating breakfast and watch Rainbow Brite on tv.
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Anonymous said...

my bff and i would redo her bedroom like a store. of course we spent so much time doing that that we didn't really play store:)
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Anonymous said...

One of my favorite memories was being taken to see a circus but not being told where I was going. The wonder of it all (I was 4 years old) has remained with me to this day.
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Jessica said...

I remember standing a the top of a giant dirt hill with some friends after it had rained, so it was very muddy. Anywho, my one friend pushed me a little and I ended up sliding down it. I was all mud on the backside and pastel clothing on the front!

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Perfect Blue Moon said...

There was a younger girl next door and we made a bird nest of grass and twigs and mud hoping the birds would use it... after a disappointing couple of days I put chicken eggs in it to try and convince her otherwise. She didn't believe me and I ended up attracting skunks over night with the eggs.

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~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

Awe I remeber I used to adore Rainbow Brite!
Heck, I even used to Braid her YARN hair and then once I choppeds it off! HAHA!

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Tabathia said...

when I got my first bike on christmas it had the long handlebars and a basket and I believe this was my best childhood christmas.

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Lady V dZine said...

I loved Rainbow Brite as a child. My favorite was Starlite, the white horse.
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Gianna said...

I used to love going to the waterpark with my cousins :)

MRWriter said...

I remember playing with my She-ra doll and pink horse while watching Gem the cartoon on Sat mornings.

lilyk said...

A fun childhood memory was watching Saturday morning cartoons.

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sibabe64 said...

I have great childhood memories with my dad when he took me out on the weekend. Any time was great to see him because my parents were divorced

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