September 24, 2008

Crazy About Disney.

The most watched channel in our television at home is no doubt The Disney Channel. The moment they wake up in the morning, they would immediately turn on the TV set and watch all the shows the channel plays. Even on the movies, my kids always look forward for any Disney movie showing on the big screen. I wouldn't mind them watching because I too loved their shows and it's a great bonding moment for me and my kids watching together.

We all have our favorites and that I would jot them down here:

  • Winnie The Pooh
  • Mickey Mouse
  • Kim Possible
  • High School Musical (of course!)
  • Phineas and Ferb
  • Zack and Cody
  • Wall-E
  • Totally Spies (this I like!!)
  • Mr. Bean
  • Shaun The Sheep
  • Beauty and The Beast
  • Hannah Montana
  • Enchanted
  • Ratatouille
  • Untalkative Bunny

So, what's your favorite? Do we have some faves in common? Well, Disney indeed has a lot of quality shows that never fails to entertain.......... just like this new DVD game from Screenlife, the Disney Bingo.

The Disney Bingo is a terrific game you and your kids aged 4 and up would love to play. It can be a two player or more, indeed a good game for everyone in the house! Aside from that, it is just like watching your favorite Disney cartoon characters. You get to interact with them in a sense while playing the bingo game. Look how fantastic could that be!

To treat your curiosity, here's a video:

Already interested? Well you should! This Disney Bingo DVD game is also available at and


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Dee Nermal September 26, 2008 at 6:34 PM  
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