Are you the ultimate Kung Zhu collector? Are Kung Zhus taking over every room in your house? No collection is complete without the Kung Zhu Fortress Collector Case. It features storage for up to 12 of your favorite Kung Zhu Pets. The case features an easy zip closure with a top handle, and it measures approximately 14″H x 4″W x 11″L. It also comes complete with one sheet of stickers to decorate the “rooms” inside your fortress. Keep your Kung Zhu Pets corralled … and keep your mother happy. The Kung Zhu Fortress is also great for taking your Kung Zhu hamsters with you on the go so you can battle all day long!
According to an article at CNBC’s Consumer Nation, toy-maker Cepia planned on introducing Kung Zhu Battle Walkers in time for the Christmas 2010 shopping season.
Two different models were planned for release, the Juggernaut and the Titan. The Kung Zhu Battle Walkers apparently operate in a similar fashion to the existing Kung Zhu Battle Vehicles — place the Kung Zhu Pet inside the vehicle and the hamster propels the Battle Walker to “march” across the battlefield.
The Battle Walkers are reminiscent of the AT-ST Walkers (and other similar “Battle Walkers“) from the Star Wars franchises.
Perhaps there’s a licensing hangup due to the similarity to the Star Wars toys. At any rate, if and when the Kung Zhu Battle Walkers “march” onto the shopping scene, check back here at MyKungZhuPets.com for the inside scoop.
It’s a Kung Zhu Christmas! Sergeant Serge (Santa) has packed his sleigh, and he’s ready to deliver presents to all the good boys & girls. Rock-O (Rudolph) has donned his Dune Tracker armor and a blinking red nose, prepared to cut through the thickest fog. If you listen carefully, you might just hear the whir of mechanical feet on your roof (and a Hi-Ya!) as Sergeant Serge and his “reindeer” visit your house on Christmas Eve!
Merry Christmas from the Kung Zhu Pets!
No … it’s not as salacious as it may sound. A reader posed the question whether a Ninja Warrior could wear Special Forces battle armor and vice versa. Since the armor suits are universal and will fit any hamster (Kung Zhu or even Zhu Zhu, for that matter), you are not restricted to dressing your Special Forces hamster only in Special Forces attire. Feel free to disguise your Kung Zhu Pet in the opponent’s battle armor for a sneak attack. The armor itself will have no effect on the behavior of your warrior hamster. What’s important is the transforming power of the accompanying Tablet of Zhu.
Each set of battle armor comes with its own Tablet of Zhu. When a Kung Zhu Pet reads the unique code on a Tablet of Zhu, it will power up into the battle mode encoded on that Tablet. So, if you run a Special Forces hamster over a Ninja Tablet of Zhu, the Special Forces hamster will develop a “split personality” and behave like a Ninja. The Special Forces soldier will continue yelling Ninja battle cries until it resets back into normal mode. What actions will reset your split-personality Kung Zhu Pet? If your hamster tips over on its side, reads another code, or sleeps for any length of time, it will revert back into its normal, non-fighting self.
Check out our hamsters as their split personalities emerge:
This split-personality trait only occurs with the Tablet of Zhu; you cannot induce the same personality change with the battle codes located at the entries to the Battle Arena. If a Ninja Warrior enters the Battle Arena from the Special Forces side, it will still power up into Ninja battle mode.
If you have a regular Zhu Zhu Pet, its behavior will not be affected by the battle codes found on the Tablets of Zhu or at the entries to the Battle Arena. A regular Zhu Zhu Pet will not recognize these codes as anything other than a reason to make a normal chatting sound.
Would you like to score some Kung Zhu Pets merchandise but don’t want to ante up the money? Try entering blog giveaway contests. Manufacturers love to hand out a few samples for bloggers to review and giveaway. Considering that usually only a couple of hundred people (or even fewer) enter these contests, your odds of winning can be pretty good. Here’s a list of the current Kung Zhu giveaways from across the blogosphere along with the contest end dates:
- The Stir (Cafe Mom Blog), 12/14/10 (Prize valued at $134.89!)
Recently Closed Contests:
- Pretty Pink Momma, 12/6/10
- PJ Mommy, 11/30/10
- The Culture Mom, 10/29/10
- Chat with Sandy, 9/28/10
- Momma Loves 2 Shop, 9/23/10
- The Freebie Junkie, 9/16/10
- The Bragging Mommy, 8/31/10
- Tammy’s Two Cents, 8/16/10
- Free Sample Momma, 8/9/10
- Mommy Confessions Blog, 8/9/10
- Country Mouse, City Mouse, 8/6/10
- The Mom Reviews, 7/27/10
- The Cartoon Lovin’ Momma, 7/26/10
- Two Monkeys and a Washtub, 7/25/10
- Coffee with the Mrs., 7/24/10
The Battle Arena is a must-have accessory for Kung Zhu Pets. If your Kung Zhu hamsters are not contained when they are in battle, they will wander all over the place and never run into each other. For optimum fighting conditions, you need two (or more) hamsters in an enclosed area. The Battle Arena is the perfect venue for watching your warrior hamsters go head-to-head in a knock-down, drag-out fight.
The Battle Arena has two sides marked with the colors and flags of each group’s allegiance: red for Ninjas and gray for Special Forces. As a Kung Zhu Pet approaches the Battle Arena, it reads the battle code on the short entrance tunnel-piece (included) leading to the Battle Arena door. The hamster powers up into Battle Mode and pauses in the tunnel-piece for up to one minute, giving you ample time to apply the Battle Armor if you wish to do so. When your Kung Zhu Pet is ready to enter the Arena, press the button on its back (under the symbol) to send it charging through the door into battle. Pets will battle for up to 3 minutes. The first pet to tip loses the battle and gives up its Armor Token to the victor.
The Battle Arena includes the eight flags shown above — four red Ninja flags and four gray Special Forces flags. You may arrange the flags however you would like on the entrance tunnels and on the Arena walls.
For the ultimate fighting experience, you can also add the Missile Attack Tower and the Dragon Hammer (sold separately) to the Battle Arena. These two accessories can be attached to the side wall or they can be mounted on their bases and used as stand-alone weapons.
The Missile Attack Tower (above-left) contains two spring-loaded missiles. When a Kung Zhu Pet runs into the target plates (the rectangular pieces) on the front of the Missile Attack Tower, the missiles will fire. You can also manually fire missiles by pressing the trigger releases on the top of the tower.
The Dragon Hammer (above-right) will fall and smash a Kung Zhu Pet when the pet runs into the target plate on the front (circular target). You can also manually release the hammer head by pressing on the target plate; there is no separate trigger mechanism for the hammer head.
Kung Zhu Hamsters are $4 at Walmart with FREE SHIPPING to your home. You have your choice of Thorn, Azer, or Rock-O. Hurry while supplies last!
I’ve run across this question a number of times on the internet … “Do you control Kung Zhu Pets?” The answer is NO. You have absolutely no control over what your Kung Zhu Pet does or says. Its actions are entirely independent of you — your Kung Zhu Pet “fights” all by itself.
When your Kung Zhu Pet is in normal (non-battle) mode, it has one set of random actions and sayings. When your hamster is in battle mode, it has a different set of random actions and sayings. The only “control” you have over the Kung Zhu Pet is whether it is in normal mode or battle mode; the hamster goes into battle mode when it runs across a Tablet of Zhu or across the battle codes at the entrance to the Battle Arena.
Once your Kung Zhu Pet is in battle mode, you do not control when or how it attacks another Kung Zhu warrior. Your Kung Zhu Pet moves around randomly until it runs into another hamster. That is why the Kung Zhu Battle Arena is almost a must-have for Kung Zhu fighting. If you set two Kung Zhu Pets in battle mode on a floor, there would be so much room for them to run around that they may never run into each other to “fight.” But, when you place the two Kung Zhu Pets in the confines of the Battle Arena, they can’t help but run into each other and have a successful “fight.”
Check out this video to learn more about how Kung Zhu Pets “fight:”
Newsflash! The Kung Zhu Pets are setting aside their differences this week, calling a truce to celebrate their first Thanksgiving. In the true spirit of the holiday, the Kung Zhus have decided to don Pilgrim and Indian attire for their authentic Thanksgiving feast. The Ninja Tribe chose to dress as Native American chieftans, and the Special Forces group portrayed the first Pilgrim settlers. Unfortunately, due to a freak Pilgrim hat shortage, Sergeant Serge and Stonewall were forced to wear girls’ bonnets and pretend to be Pilgrim women. However, they were willing to swallow their pride for the sake of a great photo op (and a warm slice of Sarge’s favorite apple pie). The Kung Zhus agreed that a hearty meal and an afternoon of football would be a welcome break from their usual hectic fight schedules. Their rest would be short-lived, though, as the truce is arranged to end at midnight when the Kung Zhus plan to battle it out for the best Black Friday deals.
Walmart has slashed toy prices in an effort to become the low-price leader this holiday season. All Kung Zhu Pets merchandise is on rollback, and there are two Walmart-exclusive value bundles that will be at the top of every Kung Zhu fan’s Christmas list.
Kung Zhu Hamsters are $8 apiece.
Individual Kung Zhu Armor is $6.50.
The Kung Zhu Battle Arena Value Bundle including your choice of two Kung Zhu hamsters is $35.
A Value Bundle of 3 Kung Zhu Hamsters is only $20.
Get ready for every kid’s most anticipated release of the year: The Great Big Christmas Book from Toys”R”Us® will arrive in homes and newspapers nationwide this weekend. It’s overflowing with 80 pages of toys, games, bikes, electronics and more. The incredible deals will only be available at Toys”R”Us stores from Sunday, October 31 through Wednesday, November 24. This year’s Big Book includes more than $5,600 in savings – more than any other year – and more than 50 free gifts-with-purchase, along with hundreds of amazing discounts.
Shoppers interested in accessing the deals, discounts and toys available in The Great Big Christmas Book while on-the-go will find a variety of ways to view the catalog online and on mobile devices, including:
- On the Web: The entire catalog can be found online at Toysrus.com/ChristmasBook beginning Sunday, October 31. Shoppers can also search for products and deals by brand, age and category, whether looking for special sales on dolls, games, action figures or any other item. Toysrus.com offers a version that customers can see page-by-page, as if they were holding the book in their hands.
- On Facebook (Preview available NOW!): Members of the official Toys”R”Us Facebook fan page can find an exclusive preview of The Great Big Christmas Book available now at Facebook.com/Toysrus. Additionally, fans can choose to “like” items featured within the catalog’s pages or share a link to the items with their friends.
- On iPad: Apple iPad owners can download a complimentary App that includes two different views of the catalog – one for kids and one for adults. Children can browse the pages of The Great Big Christmas Book, without prices, and drag items they want to receive into a “gift box” to create their “must-have” list for parents or Santa. Adults can view their child’s list, including price information, edit the toys their children add and share it with family and friends through e-mail, Facebook, SMS and the Toys”R”Us Wish List. Customers can visit Toysrus.com/ChristmasBook to find The Great Big Christmas Book iPad App beginning in November.
The Great Big Christmas Book features spectacular savings on Kung Zhu Pets merchandise:
- The Toys”R”Us exclusive Kung Zhu Battle Arena Starter Set is priced at $79.99 (reg. price $99.99). The starter set includes the Battle Arena, 2 Kung Zhu Pets, 2 suits of Kung Zhu Battle Armor, and 2 Battle Vehicles. Selection varies.
- Take 30% off any Kung Zhu purchase of $75 or more. The starter set listed above would be eligible for the 30% discount, making the final price for the Kung Zhu Battle Arena Starter Set $55.99.
This coming Tuesday, October 19, the new Kung Zhu game for Nintendo DS is scheduled for release. If you’re an avid Kung Zhu fan, you won’t want to miss out on the limited-edition version of the game so you can add the newest Kung Zhu hamster, Tull, to your collection. As you can see in the photo to the left, Tull is gray with blue lightning on his sides, but there’s no information yet on his allegiance. It’s unknown whether he’s a member of Special Forces or the Ninja Warriors tribes — or perhaps he belongs to a third, secret tribe. But we do know that Tull can only be found as a bonus Kung Zhu Pet in specially-marked limited-edition Nintendo DS Kung Zhu games. Perhaps we’ll learn more about him on October 19! In the meantime, check out this commercial for the Kung Zhu video game courtesy of the Toys R Us YouTube Channel:
Remember the Kung Zhu game for Nintendo DS that’s scheduled for release this month? Get ready to celebrate (and possibly score a free game) with a Twitter party! Next week, Cepia and MomSelect will be celebrating the upcoming release of the two newest Zhu-niverse Nintendo DS games: Kung Zhu and ZhuZhu Pets 2 Featuring the Wild Bunch!
ZhuZhu Video Games Twitter Party
Date: Tuesday, October 19th
Time: 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. EST
Host: @MomTalkRadio (Maria Bailey, Founder of MomSelect)
At the Twitter party, you’ll learn about the latest electronic adventures from Kung Zhu and the Wild Bunch! Both games are packed with adventure, mischief and fun. In addition to side-scrolling technology, authentic environments and many levels of play, each game also features an extra surprise — a special edition toy pack! For a limited time, when you purchase the Kung Zhu game, you’ll receive Tull, the newest addition to the Kung Zhu hamster lineup! (The limited-edition Wild Bunch game will also include Nutters, a cuddly chipmunk.)
Of course, you’ll have a chance to take home copies of both games just by attending the party! Throughout the action-packed hour, MomSelect will be giving away a total of 15 games to lucky winners.
Get a head start with the pre-party prize! One lucky winner will get a choice of either the Kung Zhu Nintendo DS game or the ZhuZhu Pets 2 Featuring the Wild Bunch game for DS or Wii.
Enter to win by:
- Clicking HERE to RSVP
- Tweeting out the details of the party between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on the day of the party
Be sure to follow @MomTalkRadio @ResourcefulMom @Zhuniverse and @MomSelectAmy throughout the evening for updates, prize information and contest details.
Have fun, and good luck!
The Dallas Morning News recently released its list of hot toys for 2010. Kung Zhu Pets easily made the list. Other notable toys include Paper Jamz, Squinkies, Mattel’s Monster High Dolls, anything from Toy Story 3, and Lego’s Harry Potter Hogwarts.
Time to Play Magazine, the online toy review, has ranked Kung Zhu Pets as the #2 toy on its editors’ picks of boys toys for 2010. Recommended for boys ages 6 and up, Kung Zhu is a “fun and comprehensive new line that engages boys on many imaginative levels and delivers consistently strong play value.” See the Time to Play Magazine article for more of their thoughts on “the next big thing in the world of Zhu Zhu Pets” including a video review.
There are four different battle vehicles (sold separately) available for use with your Kung Zhu Pets. Battle vehicles are great for fights outside of the Battle Arena, and they work with any Kung Zhu (or Zhu Zhu) hamster.
The Battle Vehicle is powered by the Kung Zhu Pet. Your Kung Zhu Pet can run into the vehicle by itself and begin operating the vehicle, or you may place the hamster in the vehicle, making sure that the guide post on the bottom of the pet lines up with the hole in the bottom of the vehicle dash plate. Press the button on the Kung Zhu Pet’s back to have it begin operating the vehicle.
Battle Vehicles all operate in a similar fashion, but they each have distinguishing characteristics:
- Rhino Tank is equipped with turning Gatling guns and firing missiles
- Buzzsaw Tank has sawing buzzsaws, firing missiles, and turning Gatling guns
- Samurai Scorpion has firing missiles and pinching scorpion mandibles equipped with rotating saws
- Spider Skull has moving spider leg mandibles, firing missiles, and turning Gatling guns
The Battle Vehicles are too large to fit in the Kung Zhu playsets or Battle Arena. Like the Kung Zhu Pets themselves, they work best on smooth, hard, even surfaces (no carpet!).
Last month I let you know about the new Kung Zhu game for Nintendo DS that’s planned for release this fall (October 19, 2010). Today, Activision made the official announcement concerning the game and released a few screenshots.
Zhu Zhu Pets: Kung Zhu will feature all the familiar hamsters from both the Special Forces and Ninja Warriors tribes. You’ll find soldiers Stonewall, Sergeant Serge, Rock’O and Rivet and ninjas Yama, Azer, Drayko and Thorn. There may even be a few new hamsters from different tribes, too! You’ll be able to outfit your hamsters with battle gear and unleash them to fight in 35 levels with authentic sounds and motions.
Screenshot credits: Gamespot.com
If you’re lucky enough to live near one of the Zhu-niverse tour stops, you may be able to check out the game before the slated October release date. Fingers crossed!
Zhu Zhu Pets: Kung Zhu will retail for $29.99. The Collector’s Edition release including Tull, an exclusive, rough-and-tumble Kung Zhu hamster in a never-seen-before color scheme, will be available for $34.99. The basic edition (no collectible pet) is available for pre-order now at Newegg.com for only $27.99. Zhu Zhu Pets Kung Zhu with Gift, the Collector’s Edition including exclusive Kung Zhu hamster, Tull, is available for pre-order from Gamestop.com for $34.99.
Can’t get enough of Kung Zhu Pets in real life? Get ready for their invasion of the virtual world when the new Zhu Zhu Pets: Kung Zhu game is released for Nintendo DS this fall. Available from Activision, this newest Zhu Zhu video game has a planned release date of October 19, 2010, just in time for the holidays. With an MSRP of $29.99, Zhu Zhu Pets: Kung Zhu is already available for pre-order at online retailers. It appears that a special-edition release of the game may be planned as well, possibly including a limited-edition Kung Zhu collectible gift. Look for more details as the release date approaches this fall.
Before the unassuming Kung Zhu Pet can transform into a mighty battle hamster, it must complete “battle training” in the special training ground on the Tablet of Zhu. The Tablet of Zhu is a special accessory included with battle armor sets (purchased separately from the hamsters). When the hamster reads the unique code on the Tablet of Zhu, it utters a battle cry as its behavior changes, transforming from cute and cuddly into the mighty warrior that hides within.
Each Kung Zhu Pet is designed to be used with special battle armor (sold separately). There are four different types of armor for each group of Kung Zhus — for a total of eight battle armors. Each armor suit is intended for use with a particular hamster, although the armor suits are interchangeable and may be worn by any hamster.
Ninja Warrior Battle Armor
(from left to right): Blizzard Jonin, Dark Jonin, Shadow Jonin, and Fire Chunin.
Special Forces Battle Armor
(from left to right): Night Raid, Dune Tracker, Ambush, and Thunderstrike.
To suit up your hamster, simply press down the armor such that the hamster’s nose sticks out through the front of the suit. When your hamster is wearing armor, it will be too large to fit through most of the play set or habitrail. Armor suits are best used in the Battle Arena or on a separate hard play surface.
To start an armored hamster, press down on the back of the armor suit. The talk mode (button near hamster’s head) is inactive while the pet is wearing armor.
Each battle armor package also includes one Tablet of Zhu and one armor token. To power up your hamster into Battle Mode, swipe the hamster across the battle code located on the back of the Tablet of Zhu and listen for the battle cry. It’s easiest to swipe the Tablet of Zhu before applying battle armor; it can be difficult for the hamster to read the code while wearing a full suit of armor.
The armor tokens are battle prizes. When a Kung Zhu Pet wins a battle, it is awarded the opponent’s armor token.
It’s coming … on Thursday, July 8! Get ready for the official Across the Zhu-niverse Twitter Party hosted by MomSelect and Zhu Zhu Pets! Twitter parties are a great way to learn about the hottest new trends AND win great prizes! This Twitter Party promises to be special, too — it celebrates the release of the new Kung Zhu warriors, Wild Bunch friends, and the ever-expanding Zhu-niverse. Here are the details:
- Date: Thursday, July 8th, 2010
Time: 4 p.m. EST (9 p.m. for our British friends!)
Location: MomTV chat room
Twitter Hashtag: #Zhuniverse
Host: @MomTalkRadio (Maria Bailey, Founder of MomSelect and Host of Maria Bailey LIVE on MomTV.com
The host, Maria Bailey, has traveled all the way to the United Kingdom and she’s brought some Zhu Zhu friends along with her! Together, they’ll be broadcasting live and engaging with Moms and kids around the globe. You’re going to want to be a part of this interactive chat room* as fans from across the Zhu-niverse share what makes Zhu Zhu Pets so special to them.
As usual, there will be lots of laughter, ideas and of course- prizes! Get a head start on the global giveaways by entering to win the pre-party prize:
- Clicking here to RSVP
Tweet the details of the party before 4 p.m. on July 8th
Are you new to Twitter Parties? Check out this website to learn more so you’ll be ready to participate the day of the party!
Have fun and good luck!
Kung Zhu Pets may start out as cute and cuddly hamsters; but once they have completed battle training, they transform into lean, mean, fighting machines. When a Kung Zhu Pet reads the special code at the entry to the Battle Arena or on a Tablet of Zhu (provided with battle armor), it will power up into Battle Mode. In Battle Mode, there is a distinct personality change in the hamster — complete with special fighting sounds and behavior. A Kung Zhu Pet will operate in Battle Mode for up to 3-1/2 minutes. Check out this YouTube video to see the fierce warriors in action:
Our new Kung Zhu Pets & accessories arrived in the mail this week! We decided to create a starter set with the essentials — the Battle Arena and two armored hamsters: Special Forces Sergeant Serge with Night Raid Armor and Ninja Warrior Thorn with Dark Jonin Armor. Although we forgot to set the pets in Battle Mode for their initial fight, we still had fun creating the following YouTube video of their antics:
The new Kung Zhu lineup consists of two opposing groups of battle hamsters — Ninja Warriors and Special Forces.
Each group is also divided into two clans. Ninja Warriors include the Dragon Clan and the Skull Tribe. Special Forces include Delta Force and Rangers. Each hamster’s allegiance is shown in the symbol on its back.
- Delta Force — symbol: star
- Rivet: the leader of the Special Forces is a master of demolition and loves a good explosion
- Sergeant Serge: has a heart of gold and wants nothing more than for everyone to have a great day
- Rangers — symbol: comet
- Rock-O: has the biggest brain of the bunch and manages technology and communication
- Stonewall: loud, crazy and is always ready for a fight
- Dragon Clan — symbol: dragon
- Drayko: a fast learner who will stop at nothing to become the best
- Yama: best friend to Drayko, he is only a student, but is still feared as the strongest of the Ninja Warriors
- Skull Tribe (the bad guys) — symbol: hieroglyph
- Azer: the older brother of Drayko, he has a grudge to settle against Rivet
- Thorn: the true definition of zhu-vil, he is rough, tough and not afraid to cheat
Are you ready for this summer’s Zhu-niverse Tour? If you’re lucky enough to live near one of the 20 tour stops, it’s your chance to live like a Kung Zhu Pet for the day (or like a regular Zhu Zhu Pet). Pretend to be a Ninja Warrior like Drayko or a Special Forces soldier like Stonewall. Test your skills on the life-size ninja and special forces training grounds obstacle course. If you aren’t up for battle-training, there’s also an option to run through a life-size habitrail like Mr. Squiggles. The choice is up to you!
The Zhu-niverse Tour runs May 27 through October 10, 2010. Stops include various summer festivals and select Toys”R”Us locations (Toys”R”Us is the official sponsor).
- May 27-31: St. Louis
June 3-6: Minneapolis
June 10-13: Indianapolis
June 16-20: Detroit
June 25-28: Milwaukee
June 30- July 4: Chicago
July 8-11: Buffalo, N.Y.
July 14-18: Boston
July 21-25: Trenton, N.J.
July 28-August 1: Philadelphia
August 4-8: Baltimore
August 11-15: Charleston, W.Va.
August 18-22: Raleigh, N.C.
August 25-29: Charlotte, N.C.
September 3-5: Tampa, Fla.
September 8-12: Atlanta
September 16-19: Dallas
September 22-26: Houston
October 1-3: Santa Barbara, Calif.
October 6-10: Phoenix
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