I-Top Electronic Game Giveaway

I-Top Electronic Game Giveaway

When I was a kid, we would jump rope, play jacks and spin tops (or quarters if we didn’t have a top around). There was something comforting about the simplicity of these activities while at the same time offering up a challenge. When my girls were little, I could never really get them interested in jumping rope (yes, I tried). I don’t think I ever tried to play jacks with them because our driveway is on an angle and I wasn’t keen on the idea of trying to chase down a bouncy ball. But I don’t recall ever seeing tops in the store. I figured it was a bygone time. This past year, we discovered that Goliath Games had reintroduced a top for the new generation. Complete with smart technology and a digital display, the i-Top bridges the game by bringing a simple toy into the new era.

And of course, we think it’s worth checking out which is why you’ll see it in an upcoming gift guide. When I first received one, I opened it up and was drawn to spinning it. Not once or twice, but multiple times. It’s more than just a toy to spin. There are challenges to unlock and ways to compete with friends, too! Think it sounds like fun? Give this giveaway a whirl!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – I-Top

Nicole

About Nicole

Founder and owner of SAHMReviews.com, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked as an ambassador for brands such as Netflix, U.S. Cellular and K'NEX, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two beautiful teen daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere playing board games.

17 comments on «I-Top Electronic Game Giveaway»

  1. Mia Rose says:

    I did play with a top when I was a kid with other kids in my neighborhood.

  2. Linda G says:

    Yes I played with a top we also played hop scotch and marbles and comboy and indians

  3. brody says:

    yeah they were around, but not popular when i was a kid

  4. Jordan Binkerd says:

    Not a lot, but occasionally. They were traditional party favors, small flimsy ones. Probably Oriental Trading Co….

  5. Charlene Carr says:

    No I never heard of it

  6. Cindy M says:

    I did but I was not very good with a top.

  7. Sue E says:

    I sure did! There weren’t that many good games out there when I was young. We used to see who could keep their top spinning the longest.

  8. Melody B says:

    Yes I did! I had a couple of them. I remember they were made of metal and had stripes painted on them.

  9. Margaret King says:

    yes

  10. Donald Wayman says:

    Oh yeah everything from ones filled with lights to those my Grandparents played with.

  11. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    Yes, I loved them.

  12. Dave Blizzard says:

    Oh ya, lots of times.

  13. Jessica Peeling says:

    Yes, sometimes

  14. Josh Christian says:

    I played with a really neat hand-me-down top. I LOVED it, but have no idea whatever happened to it. 🙁

  15. Maggie says:

    I think they may have occasionally shown up as a party favor or something similar.

  16. Laura says:

    Yes, I played with tops when I was a kid.

  17. gala says:

    No I didn’t

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