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Operation Electronic Board Game With Cards Kids Skill Game Ages 6 and Up (Amazon Exclusive)
- CHALLENGING AND FUN KIDS BOARD GAME: Players get to be "the doctor" and make Cavity Sam better or get the buzzer. Easy-grab ailment pieces and large openings help make gameplay fun for kids 6 and up
- SKILL AND COORDINATION: Players use their skill and coordination to remove the patient's "ailments" with the tweezers. Collect the most money by successfully removing the Funatomy parts to win
- INCLUDES DOCTOR CARDS AND SPECIALIST CARDS: Earn money if your removal of the Funatomy part didn't set off the buzzer. If it did, it's not a success and players get to use their Specialist card
- CHILDHOOD MEMORIES: This Operation game with classic gameplay is similar to what many people remember from their childhood. Introduce a new generation to this silly, electronic board game for kids
- FUN AND UNPREDICTABLE GAMEPLAY: The game features a surprising buzzer and a flashing nose when a player hits the sides with the tweezers
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In the Operation game, kids get to be the doctor and make Cavity Sam better or get the buzzer! Perform successful action noted on the cards by picking funny ailment pieces out of the game tray with a pair of tweezers. But watch out! If the tweezers touch the sides of the openings, the buzzer goes off and Cavity Sam's nose lights up! Then players look for their Specialist card that fits that action to earn an even higher fee. The player with the most money after all of the Funatomy parts have been removed wins the game! Hasbro Gaming and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
Classic Operation Skill Game
In the Operation game, you get to be the doctor and make Cavity Sam better or get the buzzer! Cure him of all his wacky ailments like headphone headache and gamer's thumb by picking funny ailment pieces out of the game tray with a pair of tweezers. But watch out! If you touch the sides of the openings, you'll get the buzzer and light up Cavity Sam's nose! The player who removes the most ailments wins!
Be the doctor, and take turns using the tweezers to carefully remove 11 easy-grab ailments from large openings in the game tray. Be careful! Touch the side of an opening, and you'll hear the buzzer and Cavity Sam's nose will light up. Players take turns trying to remove wacky ailments like headphone headache, gamer's thumb, a cranky knee and frostbite. The player who successfully removes the most ailments from Cavity Sam is the winner!
Fun and unpredictable gameplay features a surprising buzzer and flashing nose.
Remove new, funny ailments from Cavity Sam, including gamer's thumb and a headphone headache.
Easy-grab ailment pieces and large openings make gameplay challenging and fun.
Ages 4 and up.
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I was glad there was a classic version available, but I didn't remember the ice cream cone in the head. I looked it up and saw that the ice cream came along in 2004; that's pretty late to be "classic." I wish it was exactly like the one I had as a kid. I wonder why companies keep making "classic" and "retro" editions of games and toys but including changes that make the game or toy not the way it was. It's still better than playing on one of the new boards, but the fake parts in the classic/retro games are sad reminders that we may never again play the same games we played as kids.
Dear Milton Bradley,
Please stop with the ridiculous Star Wars and Frozen and every-Disney-movie versions of all of our old games. We want the REAL versions of the games.
Then I discovered that the game had been changed and made much much easier. Thus started my hunt for the original operation, which THIS is (although there is an added piece in the brain that was apparently added in the late 2000s. THIS version is what I remember from my childhood: difficult bone removal with an almost guaranteed buzzer, parts that slide so far out of reach that you can barely see them, and an actual challenge.
Broken box, missing parts, dirty game, even dirty pieces of who knows what inside!!
It was a “Sabra Claus” gift! How embarrassing! Argggghhhhg SO UPSET!!