Projecting Fun with ProjeX! #giveaway

Disclaimer: The Fandads were compensated for their review of ProjeX and supplied with a system to giveaway. All thoughts, opinions, and good times are our own. 

With families staying home due to the recent pandemic, finding activities to do together can be challenging. Sitting in front of the television is not exactly a great family activity, but what if you can do something that doesn’t involve the television? The ProjeX Projecting Game Arcade takes the concept of playing video games and makes it more interactive by removing the screen and getting your family up and active. 


When we received our ProjeX we were excited because it was something that we can all do together. While there are not that many couch co-op video games on the market these days, most video games are online and do not give every member of the family a chance to play together. This system was great because we can all play together in one room and take turns with the blasters.

Now before we get a little ahead of ourselves, let us tell you about the ProjeX system. The system is easy to set up. you just take it out the box, put in batteries, plug in the blasters, and select the slide you want to play. Easy, peasy and you are ready to go! 

ProjeX comes with 3 slides that vary in difficulty: red (Medium), blue (Easy), and white (Difficult). Changing the slides is also very easy and you have three skill levels for each slide. Along with the different skill levels, there are 5 different game modes too. The variety is great in that it continually challenges the players. Playing with my children, they enjoyed playing 2 game modes: Game Mode 3, which randomly moved the target around and Mode 4, in which you had to shoot the falling object to prevent it from hitting the ground.

The system costs about the average price for a video game: $49.99, but for that price, it is something the entire family can enjoy. The system is so small and portable, you can take it to your next family get together and play it on any wall in the house. If you would like a little more information about the system and to see it in action, check out our video below and continue reading to see how you can win a ProjeX for your family.

Pros: 
  • The system is portable 
  • The game modes will keep you entertained
  • Easy to play in any room in the house
Cons:
  • Reloading the blaster might be hard for younger kids
  • No volume control on the system
Fun for the whole family, ProjeX features five games and three skill levels to keep players engaged.  A “beginner” setting accommodates even the youngest players in the room.  Play solo, head-to-head, or team up in “Co-Op” mode, which lets two players combine scores.  Best of all, an unlimited number of players can join the fun.
The portable, battery-operated projector includes two blasters, which are stored right on the unit, a built-in LED scoreboard, and a place to keep image slides. 
ProjeX is battery-powered so it can go wherever you go – inside or out. Play on any blank wall, your garage door – even the side of your house!  It really is a very unique gaming experience. 
While recommended for children 6+, ProjeX™ is great for any age child, as well as adults.  Retailing for $49.99, the game can be purchased at Target, Walmart and www.ProjeXGame.com.

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