Accessorise Your Children's Nintendo!
Toy Story is sure to get the kids charged up!
This is not a flying toy!
But it’s as cool as a Wii remote charger gets and if your little angel is given to howling when the remote is found flat and the game needs to be played right now, this is the very thing. The Buzz Lightyear Spaceship charger will delight any fan of Disney’s Toy Story 3.
Never has charging a remote been more enticing.
Thrustmaster have come up with an irresistible spaceship, press the wings and it opens up for the Wii enthusiast to slip the charger in, so that the game can go on and on and on. The only downside? It’s for a single Wii remote so you may need to buy two.
Then it’s to infinity and beyond!
A DS Case with Princess or Fairy Appeal
All little girls love to lock their secrets away and what better place to hide their Nintendo DS console than in the Disney Princess jewellery box, which is pink, of course and so very Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo.
Thrustmaster’s Disney Princess DS Console Jewel Case provides a protective box to safely store or carry the DS Lite, DSi or 3DS console. It has all the glitz that a Princess could want with Snow White, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty featuring on the lid. This will provide any little princess with her heart’s desire – with a heart on the lid and a heart shaped lock to keep her DS safe from marauders.
If your little girl is more of a fairy than a princess then Thrustmaster have come up with the Disney Fairies 5 in 1 pack. The protective case also has space for two styluses and two game cartridges. There’s a magic thumb stylus, which can be worn as a ring, an anti- static cleaning cloth to remove grubby fingerprints from the DS screen and a set of stickers.
We have a double pack which includes Thrustmaster’s Disney Princess DS Console Jewel Case and the Buzz Lightyear Spaceship charger up for grabs for 3 lucky subscribers. (Nintendo Wii and DS not included).
To win all you need to do is answer the following question:
Who provides the voice for character Buzz Lightyear from the popular Toy Story series?
Send your answers to email@example.com ensuring you place the word Nintendo in the subject header and also include your Women Talking username with the submission. This competition is only open to Women Talking subscribers so any entry with a valid username will not be accepted.
Please note this competition is only open to entrants 16 years and older and prizes may differ slightly from images shown.
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