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The Dream Cheeky Thunder Missile Launcher now delivers the extra power needed to hit further than the old school USB Missile Launcher! This foam missile launcher with its 4 missiles and ability to hit objects far away lets you have more fun in your office. Just connect this USB missile launcher to any PC running on Windows and go around hitting all your targets as many times as you want. A 4-Inch USB chord comes along with this Dream Cheeky Thunder Missile Launcher.
Package Type: Standard Packaging
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I had earned some free Amazon dollars and thought this would be a good way to spend them. Read more
Yeah, it's a little overpriced and it serves very few practical purposes, but this thing is too much fun in cube wars. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jack Estes
Has a strong rotational motor, so it can easily handle a larger sized webcam strapped on top, as well as a laser pointer if you don’t care about stealth. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Germy R
This thing is really cool. I bought it as a gift for my office mate. It was easy to download the control software and the control interface is simple to use. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mol K
These things are awesome. I read reviews with disspointing performance on the launch distance. I ordered 2 of them and they both fly the rated 18ft or so. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Justin McCullough
It does not work. We will be returning the product. Tha mechanism works to rotate and aim but does not firePublished 6 months ago by David Ryan