Reviews and analysis of Mouse in Lab
JimmyT · Review provided by walmart.com
Reasonable corded optical mouse
This is a pretty nice gaming mouse. It's reasonably comfortable, offers a few nice features, and looks pretty cool. It comes with a setup disc that will enable you to assign the buttons to a specific task, or you can just let Windows recognize and install it and it will function like every other Windows mouse without the custom button assignments.
MaddWolf · Review provided by walmart.com
Definately a winner
I got the ONN GAMING MOUSE for my twelve year old gamer. He plays lots of computer games on his laptop from Minecraft to TF2 and Kenshi. His first impression was that it looked pretty cool. After using it, he was impressed by the sensitivity and the fact that he can it on the fly. He loves the way it fits in his hand, almost like it was made for him. He really liked the button to change the lighting color. The glow is one of his favorite things.( I liked the black color and the option to change the hover lights.) My son is a bit rough on things and has used it for a total of 16 hours since we got it and it seems to me very durable. He has dropped it several times and has spilled his soda on it and it's still ticking. The cord is extra long, which makes him VERY happy. The only downfall is that when changing the DPI you have to click through the higher DPI to get to the lower numbers. Overall, I think this mouse is perfect for gaming and so does my little gamer. I would chose the ONN GAMING MOUSE again and reccomend it to anyone who plays games on pc.
sparkle · Review provided by walmart.com
ok at best
The PROS: It feels very good in the hand; both in weight and size. The rubber on both sides of the mouse gives great grip. The DPI sensitivity (how fast the mouse cursor moves across the screen) is decently customizable. The RGB lights (colorful light strip around the mouse and inside the mouse wheel) are decently customizable.
Molly · Review provided by walmart.com
Game onn gaming mouse
Nice mouse. This is a great looking mouse. It has awesome colored lights that can be synchronized to the movement of the keys on your keyboard. You can plug it right in and use it or use the CD that comes with it to add more functions. It has a generous 6 foot cord and gaming grade optical sensor along with a left button, right button, Forward, Backward, a scrolling wheel, DPI Switch and Lighting Switch. It has everything you need to give you a competitive advantage when playing computer games. I will have to say that the instruction booklet has some rather detailed instructions that might take a while to read and understand unless you are an avid gamer. I used it on the regular mode and found it to be a comfortable mouse to use with very smooth movement. I added a picture of it to show just how colorful the lights are when plugged in.
AshRip · Review provided by walmart.com
Really nice gaming mouse
This is a really nice gaming mouse! I own another gaming mouse and this one tops it by far! First of all the colors are so awesome and you can change the way they work by clicking the button in the middle of the mouse. They can flash or fade in and out and continuously changing between colors. What I love about this mouse is that it has grips on the side of the mouse which is really nice. That’s probably my favorite aspect of it. My hand never slips while using which is great. It has a long braided cord running from it which is nice and durable. I had no lag at all while using it and It works so smoothly. It also feels a little heavier than my old gaming mouse which I like. It feels more durable and better quality. It also came with a CD so you can program it more if you want. But it works without using the CD right out of the box. I would highly recommend this gaming mouse!
Gonefishineveryday · Review provided by walmart.com
Nice beginner gaming mouse.
This ONN gaming mouse #100004359 is a nice beginner gaming mouse. It is a full size mouse with a solid feel and it is perfectly weighted. This inexpensive gaming mouse comes with an attached 6 foot long USB braided cable for durability and flexibility. It has anti-slip rubber side grips and is PC or MAC compatible. For basic use this mouse is set up for USB plug and play. For the advanced features you must run the included software CD. After this mouse is completely set up it has an adjustable DPI from 200 to 7200 plus 7 programmable buttons for macros, DPI and lighting effects. The 16.8M RGB colors available will allow you to set your favorite colors no matter what they are. This gaming mouse is smooth and accurate on any surface I have tried it on. The 3 million click guarantee will keep you gaming for a long time before this mouse wears out.
Apple314159 · Review provided by walmart.com
Mac Compatability Minimal, otherwise a good mouse.
In full disclosure, I purchased this because I was in the middle of installing software on my mac and lost control of Bluetooth devices as the installation had not gotten that far. I did not have a wired mouse, so I purchased this one -- in part because the box mentioned "Mac compatible." I was expecting the driver disk would have drivers for macOS as well as windows. When I opened the disk, all I found was a setup file for windows. So much for setting DPI. Other than that, as a basic mouse it seems to work find, the colors are nice, and several variations can be cycled through from a button on top of the mouse. Will keep it for those moments when I must have a wired mouse, or need a backup. Though it should be said, the ONN basic wired mouse is about a third of the cost of this one.
Mom · Review provided by Target
Don't waste your money for a game that doesn't work
I gave it 1-star because the game is poorly built and the marble will not make it to the mouse trap without assistance. Which is a pretty integral part of the game. Having to help the marble along each time (mine goes into the bucket, but it launches the marble nowhere near the slide it's supposed to go on), makes the gameplay tedious and making it through a full game is uninteresting. I thought it was just how mine was built, but since so many people have complained about the same thing on every site I've gone to, it can only be poor design and/or execution causing the issue. You would think with so many people complaining they would have fixed it already.
wildcatgrrl · Review provided by Target
Would give 0 stars if I could
If you're looking for the classic Mousetrap game, this is NOT it. First of all, if you assemble the trap in the order of the directions, you can't get the broom/bucket close enough to the ramp for the marble to go in the tub. Next, the pieces of the trap have been changed-there's no more turning the gear wheel, for instance-as has the layout of the board. But most disappointingly, game play itself is completely different. Rather than building the trap as you go and winning by being the last mouse standing, you start with a fully-built trap and the object now is to be the first to collect 8 pieces of cheese. If you get caught by the trap you are still in the game! Very, very disappointed with the changes to this game, but we have already opened it so I guess I'm stuck trying to figure out how to modify it.
monkeyneedham · Review provided by ebay.com
Brought back very happy memories!
An updated version of the classic mousetrap game. Very easy to assemble with the guided instructions. Instructions for play are simple and easy to read. All parts are of a high quality and durably made, the board itself is very sturdy. Playing the game has brought lots of fun for me and my daughter although playing with more players would make landing on the 'mousetrap square' more worthwhile, seems kinda pointless setting the trap off when there's no-one in the danger zone but in this version you collect pieces of cheese as you go round so this adds a different goal to the game. Would highly recommend!
GenXMittenDad · Review provided by Target
Not perfect, but good enough!
My 5 yr old son was interested in Rube Goldberg machines and this game was my first idea to intro to him. It works fine, not perfect as the broom/bucket would get stuck sometimes when the marble was in motion. This game has helped my son learn to be ok with not winning all the time and I think it's because playing this game (and trapping mom/dad) is more fun for him and than winning (he's been struggling with needing to win all the time). I didn't grow up with the original version so I can't compare it to earlier manufactured sets, but for ~$20 it's got my family through some mornings/afternoons/evenings when we shut down screentime!
Katkit · Review provided by Argos
All style and no substance
The game itself is pretty boring. In the old days the game involved building the 'mouse trap' as you went around the board and then as the game neared the end, you'd risk getting 'caught' and out the game. Now you simply build the 'mouse trap ' before the game starts and then go round the board. If you get caught by the trap, nothing happens to you so the actual mouse trap is pointless making the whole game pretty boring. Wouldnt bother buying if I was you. Monopoly is better.
MFfromAlbany · Review provided by Target
Memory better than experience
My 11 year old nephew remembered how much fun this game was when he was 6 so begged me to buy it for him. However, as is often the case the memory is more fun than the actual experience now. It is a bear to set it up each time you want to play and its hard to get adjusted so that it works properly each time you need to operate the "contraption". I would think this game is more for the 4-8 age group than for any older kids. However our experience shows that an adult or older child needs to help set it up and keep it together so the little ones don't get frustrated. Got it for a good price so buying it doesn't "smart" quite as much as it could. I can't absolutely recommend or absolutely reject. Just be aware that it has its flaws.
CharlieYP86 · Review provided by walmart.com
Instructions not clear, difficult game play
Don't do what I did. I didn't realize the rubber band was part of the game and threw it away while unpacking the first time. You can use a ponytail holder though. It takes a while to unpack the game and get all of the pieces undone the first time you play the game. The instructions aren't that clear. I have a fiver year old a nine year old. It's definitely not a fun game for younger kids. The instructions are just too difficult. Setting it up according to the diagrams isn't that easy either.
winddancer1863 · Review provided by walmart.com
This is a poorly made and designed game ever. The play board is not sturdy the pieces don't fit down in them very good, the marble ( or whatever it is ) is a hit or miss sometimes it rolls down and then at times it doesn't. When it gets to the cup to flip it over most times it doesn't you have to release the catch, then in the process ( because of the bad design ) you accidentally knock down the trap trying to release the cup. I would love my money back $18 plus tax so wasted.
Kristen B · Review provided by Target
Not perfect but we enjoy it very much!
I had the old one from the 80s and this is pretty much the same. The pieces do have to be in the right place for the game to work right but after you set it up once or twice it is easy to do. Yes the mouse trap falls when bumped but I remember the original doing the same exact thing. It is still worth it if you loved the original. My 4 year old loves it.
Angus from Oz · Review provided by myer.com.au
Plastic parts don't work together
We bought this for the kids for Xmas. As kids we had great fun playing this game. Despite lots of careful repositioning of parts the plastic parts don't function well together... For example the boot is now too short to hit the bucket, the ball on the slide falls too short to make the catapult work... its just been replicated too many times and things don't work together with the new parts... Don't waste your time, money or get the kids excited on this product. Pity... Back to the shop you go...
Reviews and analysis of Mouse in Lab
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