Magic Tooth Fairy Game Review & Giveaway

Today we are sharing our Magic Tooth Fairy Game review.

From time to time the kids see a game that they really, really want, and the latest game they’ve been pleading for is the Magic Tooth Fairy game. So it is with great delight that we have received one here to review, and you’ll be pleased to know that I also have 2 up for grabs for 2 of my lucky readers.


A wobbly tooth… is it time to pull it out..?

It is..?!? Then slip it under the pillow and snuggle down to bed. A spin of the arrow and a tap of the wand, and a sparkling gold coin is there in its place!

An enchanting, magical game that captures an unforgettable time in every child’s life, cleverly recreating that moment of wonder: ‘They’ve been! They’ve been!’

With an ingenious centrepiece mechanism that ignites the curiosity and captivates the imagination, The Magic Tooth Fairy Game is perfect for young girls and boys everywhere.

For 2-4 Players, Ages 5+, RRP £19.99

Magic Tooth Fairy Game Review

My daughter is now 7, and it seems that this is the year of the tooth fairy.

She’s lost quite a few teeth already, and I’ve noticed that practically every day now she’s coming home telling me that yet another of her friends have lost a tooth.

This has got to be the game for this age group, and of course, whilst Little Man has yet to start losing his, he sees what’s happening and wants in!


The game is incredibly simple to understand and play and requires little initial set up.

It does carry a recommended age of 5+, but my son at 4 is very happy playing this and understands what he needs to do.

To prepare the game, you feed the coins into the slot on the bed and each player pops four teeth into their ‘mouth’. You’re then ready to go.

To start playing, you take turns to spin the arrow on the bed and move forward that number of spaces. T

here are then three different types of places that you can land, ‘wobbly tooth’, ‘go to bed’ and ‘spin again’.

If it’s wobbling and you successfully pull it out, it can go into your back pack ready for your next turn.


‘Spin again’ is self-explanatory and then you have ‘go to bed’ – this is the moment!

If you have a tooth in your backpack and you land on this, then you need to spin the arrow.

If you spin a 2,3 or 4 you get to put your tooth under your pillow, the fairy visits and places her wand on your bed and then it happens…


Oh, when that coin appears, it’s as if by magic! It’s a nifty little function that it seems my kids will never tire of!

The winner of the game is the first person to get all four of their teeth turned into four coins.

This game has been a real hit here. I think my two are just the right ages for this game, and they thoroughly enjoy playing it over and over again.

I like how easy it is to set it up and get playing, and the simplicity of this makes it accessible to most ages. It gets a big thumbs up from us.

Competition Time!

I now have TWO copies of the Magic Tooth Fairy game up for grabs for two lucky winners! To be in with a chance of winning it, enter using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open to UK entrants only and closes at 12am 12th December 2016. Good luck!

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What appeals to you about this game?

Disclosure: We received this game FOC for the purposes of this post

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161 thoughts on “Magic Tooth Fairy Game Review & Giveaway”

  1. I love those wobbly little teeth and the fact you can give them a tug and pull them out! Something I loved doing as a child – nothing more satisfying than finally getting that wobbly tooth out of your mouth so you can put it under your pillow for the tooth fairy!

  2. There is always great excitement with my nephews and nieces when they have a wobbly tooth, so this game would be perfect for them to play together!

  3. I like that its a fun family game and teaches young children that your baby teeth falling out and new adult teeth that grows back isn’t scary!

  4. Who doesn’t love wobbling teeth and the tooth fairy – I had a tooth out at the dentist last week and wanted to bring it home for a fairy visit.

  5. It includes everything to do with the tooth fairy so small children will get used to what will happen and it looks like fun.

  6. I agree – the game seems brilliantly targeted to that age group where those ‘milk teeth’ start disappearing quite rapidly so it’s a good way of the kids learning that it’s all normal and to be expected whilst having a fun time playing. x

  7. my eldest is comming up on 5 so will be losing teeth soon! she keeps asking if the tooth fairy is real so this might make her see x

  8. I like a game that is simple but engaging, this looks like it would be nice for my daughter to play with her older cousins without it being to childish for them or too complicated for her x

  9. My daughter become interested in fairies got alot from santa would be a fun game for christmas and as long teach her she still has a full set of teeth so would help her understand when time comes looks fun

  10. Karen hutchinson

    My 6 year old has just lost his first teeth and his class are obsessed with trying to pull the wobbly ones so I’m sure he would love it

  11. What appeals to me about this game is how it uses something simple as teeth and the tooth fairy then turns it into a game

  12. I like that children will be able to relate to it , my niece has her first wobbly tooth now. It’s great that it’s easy to play and will get players talking about teeth.

  13. My children have always pointed out this game but we haven’t got round to buying it yet, I think we would have fun playing it.

  14. I love the fact it’s aimed at the younger kids, there’s not many games that 5 year olds and 9 years olds can play together and understand, it looks a magical fun game that all our family could join in thanks for the review

  15. As a family, we love playing board games but we’ve never played The Tooth Fairy game but the kids love the tooth fairy and it would certainly add an element of magic

  16. My 7 year old has lots of experience of putting her teeth under her pillow for a visit from the tooth fairy – she has also mentioned this game, so I would like to win it for her.

  17. Miss Tracy Hanson

    Sounds easy to get the hang of, but looks a great game. Love the bright colours too, which will appeal to my great-niece and great-nephew. Maxx is a bit younger than his sister, but they try and play together and this sounds like they could both play it (even with a bit of help from the “grown up kids”). 🙂

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