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!
20 thoughts on “I-Top Electronic Game Giveaway”
I did play with a top when I was a kid with other kids in my neighborhood.
Yes I played with a top we also played hop scotch and marbles and comboy and indians
yeah they were around, but not popular when i was a kid
Not a lot, but occasionally. They were traditional party favors, small flimsy ones. Probably Oriental Trading Co….
No I never heard of it
I did but I was not very good with a top.
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.
Yes I did! I had a couple of them. I remember they were made of metal and had stripes painted on them.
Oh yeah everything from ones filled with lights to those my Grandparents played with.
Yes, I loved them.
Oh ya, lots of times.
I played with a really neat hand-me-down top. I LOVED it, but have no idea whatever happened to it. 🙁
I think they may have occasionally shown up as a party favor or something similar.
Yes, I played with tops when I was a kid.
No I didn’t
Yes, I did.
Yes we played with tops as kids