With 24 different colors of Play-Doh modeling compound to play with, this is a case of creative possibilities. It’s a rainbow-colored assortment of non-toxic Play-Doh fun that lets you create just about anything you can imagine. Press, squish, roll, squeeze, and shape – with Play-Doh modeling compound, the only limit is your imagination. Play-Doh compound is non-toxic, non-irritating and non-allergenic except as noted: Children who are allergic to wheat gluten may have an allergic reaction to this product. Also, due to the high salt content in Play-Doh compound, the product can be harmful to pets if ingested. Play-Doh and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
24-PACK: Case of Colors has plenty of non-toxic Play-Doh modeling compound for the whole family to shape and create
RAINBOW ASSORTMENT: It’s a rainbow assortment of Play-Doh modeling compound colors that lets you create just about anything you can imagine
PRESS, SMOOSH, ROLL, SHAPE, SQUISH, and SQUEEZE: With Play-Doh modeling compound, the only limit is your imagination
INCLUDES: 24 3 oz cans of colorful non-toxic Play-Doh modeling compound
FRUSTRATION FREE: Ships in easy-to-open, recyclable frustration-free packaging
Exclusive edition features 4 Blue Blocker discs that open doors to new strategies
Blue Blocker discs let players drop 2 discs in a turn
Add a blue disc to block opponents and lift discs higher
Fun game of strategy for ages 6 and up
Includes grid, 2 feet, slider bar, 21 red discs, 21 yellow discs, 4 blue blocker discs and instructions
This edition of the Connect 4 game offers an alternative way to play the popular strategy game. It includes 4 Blue Blocker discs that players can use to block an opponent’s space or to lift a player’s checkers to quickly get 4-in-a-row to win. Players can choose to start in the middle or at the edge; to stack discs upwards, horizontally, or diagonally…and then drop in a blue disc for an unexpected strategy move. Stay one step ahead of opponents and block their attempts to get to 4-in-a-row first!
Connect 4 and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
With 10 different colors of modeling compound to play with, this is a case of creative possibilities! It’s a rainbow assortment of compound colors that lets you create just about anything you can imagine. Press, smoosh, squish, roll, squeeze and shape – with Play-Doh modeling compound, the only limit is your imagination! Play-Doh and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
Case of Colors has plenty of Play-Doh modeling compound
You’re the doctor when you play Operation. Take turns removing various “ailments” from the patient’s body with tweezers, but watch out! Don’t set off the buzzer! This classic game is great fun for everyone. For 1 or more players, ages 6 and up. From Milton Bradley. Made in USA.Surely countless medical careers have been launched because of this humorous game. The Operation game board features Sam the patient, lying atop a red plastic “operating table” with 12 body cavities exposed. Players perform highly skilled procedures with a pair of tweezers such as removing a broken heart or butterflies in the stomach. This kind of surgery requires a steady hand! Doctors must remove the offending body part without touching the metal lining of the cavity. Touch the metal edge, and you’ll set off the buzzer and make Sam’s nose light up. Then the designated Specialist steps in–for double the fee! If you’re playing solo, try performing all 12 operations without getting zapped. Two AA batteries are required. Operation is for one or more players. –Elizabeth Ward
Doctor, the patient is here to see you
Use all your skill and coordination to remove the patient’s “ailments” with the tweezers
If you successfully remove the ailment you collect the amount shown on your card
The winner is the player with the most money after all the pieces have been removed
Ailments include: Brain Freeze – an ice-cream cone located in the brain
Writer’s Cramp – a pencil in the forearm, Water on the Knee – a pail of water in the knee and tons more
Without setting off the buzzer and making the patient’s nose light up