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Hasbro Operation Game

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Warning: Choking Hazard WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Hasbro Operation Game
Your patient Sam is feeling a bit under the weather. Can you "operate" and make him better, or will you get the buzzer? Grab the tweezers and try with all your might to take out all of his funny ailments. Can you help him with his headphone headache or his gamer's thumb? Operate with your steadiest hand, but don't forget to steer clear of the sides and avoid lighting the light! For ages 4 years and up.
  • Operation game
  • Classic electronic skill and action game challenges you to "operate" on your patient
  • Use the tweezers to remove Sam's funny ailment parts
  • If you touch the sides, the buzzer sounds and your turn is over
  • Includes tweezers, 22 cards, 11 funny ailment parts, and instructions
  • For ages 4 years and up
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (included)
  • Made in USA

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Hasbro Operation Game
 
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3.0

Not quite the same

By Lisa

from MI

Verified Buyer

Comments about Hasbro Operation Game:

The game-makers have changed this game to make it easier, perhaps a little too easy to hold a child's interest.

 
5.0

Classic Game to share with the kids

By BJK

from St. Joe, MI

About Me Parent of Two or More Children

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Pros

  • Easy to Assemble
  • Sturdy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Kids

    Comments about Hasbro Operation Game:

    My children are grown and my daughter is a second year teacher in a Young Fives program. She introduces a new game every week to her students. Operation will be the first game of the new year. Good for eye/hand coordination and following directions. In addition to being fun it can fall into the educational category!

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