Friday, December 27, 2019

Mobile Alternative Zero: Dino Strike

Today we will be using Mantis King's none LEGO review system.

The other day at WalMart I came across the Toy bins for under $10 Toys and came across an interesting blind ball purchase from Zuru toys, Dino Strike. I figure I snag two and check it out.

Is it below, at, or above $10 per Frame?

All this blind spheres were $5.97 That's not to bad of a price depending on what we get inside. +5 points

Orange Slices?
So the item inside comes in pieces split between these slices. The plastic quality seems decent and it very 'classic' solid dinosaur toy despite coming in pieces. I caught some trouble trying to put on the styg's legs and one of their hands seem backwards though. From my two it looks like they are all design with a head/tail wiggle mechanism.

Chilling before a fight...
Looking for Peaches...
Is it a good size to use in a game?Yes? Well the tail and head sort of make them almost too big so I say yes but probably should ignore the tail and head to focus on the body for measuring hits/attacks. +5 points.

How many removable parts does it have to represent systems? 

So looking at the pictures they all generally come with two blasters, a head armor and back armor for the blasters. Seems to be a few with only one blaster. So easily these two could be one Defense and 2 Range System of some kind so +5 points.

Does it have enough parts you can remove to represent White Dice damage?

This gets kind of tricky, the armor holding the spring blasters I call one white die then just tip it over for the last one or you could pop the head back off but it was a pretty tight fit so I be wary. Given this case we will go with 0 points for this one.

Over all this gets us a score of 15 points or A. I am tempted to go get more but it looks like I just be running range system armor only with them so most likely not but could fun.

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