Tower of doom half price at ELC £40.00 RRP £80.00

Tower of doom half price at ELC £40.00 RRP £80.00

Found 2nd Dec 2011
Figures available separately. Terrifyingly fabulous dark castle to inspire thrilling adventures for your child.

The Tower of Doom is a brilliant battle site to fire your child’s imagination. Your child can explore the dungeons, drawbridge and towering turrets, and invent their own exciting stories of knights, monsters and rescues. This brilliantly well-designed toy castle is lavishly detailed and full of fun touches to inspire your child to enjoy rewarding pretend play. The dark Tower of Doom includes a drawbridge, trap door, balconies, dungeon, bridge, turrets, scary details on the walls, and boiling lava flowing by.

Quick facts:
•Fantastic tall, dark and scary castle
•Tower of Doom has 2 towers to battle in
•Drawbridge, dungeon, bridge and much more

Great for your child’s development:
The Tower of Doom will inspire years of imaginative play for your child, and encourage them to think through stories and make their characters talk and move. Pretend play is good for building confidence and thinking skills. The dark castle is a good place for your child to explore stories of ‘goodies vs baddies’, and invent their own fairytale scenarios. As your child grows, they can enjoy playing with the Tower of Doom with friends too – which is good for communication and social skills – there’s lots of room for big battles and daring rescues.

ELC star quality:
We love the sheer size and thrilling atmosphere of the Tower of Doom. The unique shape and design offer so many opportunities for creating adventures. The Tower of Doom will last years as your child grows, and enjoys inventing increasingly sophisticated stories. Let battle commence.

What you need to know:

Size: height 110cm x width 67cm x depth: 67cm.

Self-assembly: The Tower of Doom arrives flat-packed. There are easy-to-follow illustrated instructions included. The pieces slot together to make up the castle. You don’t need any tools to build the castle. Depending on experience, it might take one or two adults around an hour to build.

Safety warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.

Playing tips:

Rescue bid
Let’s help the knights who are held by the baddies in the Tower of Doom. We can trick them into letting the drawbridge down, and swarm up the banked road.

Ready for Action
With heart in mouth, let’s explore. Where are the dangers lurking? What will we find deep in the dungeon, through the ring of fire? Are we being watched by those terrifying eyes?

Great for
Imaginative play
Beating the baddies
Dastardly deeds
Developing an interest in history
Absorbing knightly adventures.
Community Updates


*Imagination not included.
Saw this in store today, woman told me they are expecting it to go back up very soon.

Looked too fragile for my 3 year old though which is a shame.
This is very sturdy- bought one in the sale two years ago for my very boisterous boys (aged 3 and 6 at the time) and its still in great condition despite being bashed by wrestlers and other figures on a regular basis! Well worth the money, fits together relatively easily once you've worked out which side is which and can be dismantled and put back together (would recommend keeping the instructions though- I didn't and it took a little longer to work out how to put it together again!)
great price for an amazing toy!
Unless they have changed the material its made from then it's very robust. My very boisterous 3 year old plays with it daily and it has withstood alot of force and bashing. Definitely worth this price. Some one else has posted with a code for 20% off online, code is SANTA (thanks to magpieno1). Brings it down to £32 + postage costs.

Free delivery code posted now its: FREEDEL
Oh and 5% quidco (£1.60 on £32)
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