Christmas 2021Who will you magically create with Magic Mixies?

Who will you magically create with Magic Mixies?


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Potions, cauldrons and spell books – oh my! Children can now perform real magic and create their own magical pet with brand new, Magic Mixies from Moose Toys.  

The first of its kind toy, Magic Mixies allows children to conjure up a magical potion and cast a spell to reveal their very own mystical best friend! 

The Magic Mixies Cauldron comes with all the magical ingredients needed to make a cute furry friend! Children can find the spell from the Spell Book, then add magical ingredients such as a Glitter star, Crystal Gem, and Magic Feather to the potion one step at a time to help bring their friendly creature to life.  

By putting children in control of their own magical powers to create, the child can use the wand to complete each step, and watch in amazement as the cauldron reacts to each tap of the wand with enchanting sounds and lights.   

Once the potion is mixed, children pop the name of their creature into the cauldron and real magic happens right before their eyes.  A magical mist appears from the cauldron and… ta da! The Magic Mixie is revealed!   

With over 50 sounds and reactions, Magic Mixies react to touch and respond to the wand.  Plus, the more Magic Mixies are nurtured and cared for, the stronger their energy levels become.  Magic Mixies also love to perform spells alongside the child magician, and may even grant a wish as their gem lights up. 

Available in pink and blue, there are two species of Mixie to magically reveal. 

And what’s more – the magic never ends! Once the Magic Mixie is revealed, it can be put back into the Cauldron and the magical reveal can be repeated again and again. The Magic Mist & Spells Refill Pack can be purchased separately.  

Magic Mixies are suitable for ages 5+ with an RRP of £69.99. Refill packs are £9.99. Available on pre-sale from 1st September and on sale from 1st October at Smyths, Argos and Amazon. 

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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