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Toy Story 3 Buckaroo


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  • Woody's trusted and beloved horse is the feature in this classic Buckaroo game featuring 11 stackable items iconic to the Toy Story franchise.
  • 3 Skill Levels
  • Easy Set Up
  • Beloved Character
  • Fast paced fun for preschoolers!
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002VECGUK
  • Item model number: 16847
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,869 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

It's Bullseye from Toy Story! Woody's trusted and beloved horse is the feature in this classic Buckaroo game featuring 11 stackable items iconic to the Toy Story franchise. Preschoolers will love the skill and action in this game.

Product Description

Kick up some fun with Bullseye from Toy Story 3! No batteries required. Includes 3 saddle pieces, rope, wagon wheel, lantern, horseshoe, guitar, Sheriff's star badge, cactus, plastic Bullseye with base, Woody's cowboy hat, boot and boot spur, Prospector Stinky Pete's pickaxe and instructions. Kick up some fun with Bullseye from Toy Story 3! Includes 3 saddle pieces, rope, wagon wheel, lantern, horseshoe, guitar, Sheriff's star badge, cactus, plastic Bullseye with base, Woody's cowboy hat, boot and boot spur, Prospector Stinky Pete's pickaxe and instructions. No batteries required. For 2 or more players. Ages 4 and up.

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Customer Reviews

Pointless to play when you can't even get started!
BandBsmommy
The trick is to take turns placing all of the gear onto the saddle without Bullseye's back legs bucking the gear off.
LuvMyLab
They got bored after about 3 minutes of playing and I will guarantee that they will never ask to play again.
Efm1104

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By LuvMyLab on August 10, 2010
My 6 year old really wanted this game for her birthday. We played it today and what a total piece of garbage. The gist is that Bullseye's front legs are secured to a base and his back half is spring loaded by a switch on his back near his tail to pop up when enough pressure is placed on the switch. You have to place the saddle as well as a variety of gear onto the saddle hoping his back legs don't buck and knock all of the gear off. First, the saddle is not meant to affix to his back, so from the beginning it is precariously perched on his slick back. A rack is supposed to be placed on the saddle by the youngest player to start the game. The rack also is not supposed to affix to the saddle. Having the youngest (in this case my 3 year old) perch the rack onto the slippery saddle was enough of an exercise in frustration to drive us all crazy and bring her to tears.

The trick is to take turns placing all of the gear onto the saddle without Bullseye's back legs bucking the gear off. The *real* trick is trying to put anything onto the saddle without the whole thing just sliding off his back. Once they finally mastered that, the most ridiculous part was that even on the most sensitive setting, his legs didn't buck at all. The whole thing is a complete fail. If it wasn't a present from someone at her party and I had a receipt, this thing would be going straight back to the store. As it stands, it's probably going to collect dust in her closet for a while before it gets deep-sixed. Total overpriced disappointment. Don't waste your money.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By BandBsmommy on September 10, 2010
My husband brought this game back for the kids when he was on holidays, and they were super excited to play it! UGH! It was awful! It is SO hard to get the horse's backside locked into position. Pointless to play when you can't even get started! Like another reviewer said... I'm waiting for the tail to break off any moment because you have to push SO hard! And when we did get the backside down, the thing bucked every single time someone put something on it. Wait...I think we got 2 items on it once. And this is on the "easy" setting. We eventually just gave up! Booooo! We can't even return it because it's from another city. :( Look for something else or make sure you are able to return it if you buy it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Seabee Wife on August 25, 2010
So disappointed with this! My kids were so excited about this game, and when it works (about 20% of the time), they really love it. However... Regardless of which skill level you're using, it is near impossible to get the horse's back end down so you can play the game. My children are 4 and 6, and neither of them can do it--it requires an adult. If the game requires an adult to be there every 3 minutes to reset it, what good is it?? I am expecting the horse's tail to break off any day now because of hard I have to press on it. Also, the rack that has all the hooks on it (where all of Woody's equipment is hung) barely sits on the saddle, and half the time, the horse bucks when you try to put it on--you don't even get to put any of the game pieces on the horse. Total piece of crap...especially considering how much it cost. Don't waste your money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By michterr on November 22, 2010
My daughter received this for her birthday and was very happy to get it. That night we tried to play it, but was unsuccessful. Got it all together and we could only get it his legs to stick in position for 3 level a couple of times, never would stick in level 1 or 2. So we thought it was defective and exchanged it. Tried the new one and it wasn't much better. We have got them to stick in position in level 1 twice and now we can't get it back in any of the levels. I think it was a poorly designed toy, cute idea, but can't play it. I would not recommend this to anyone. Daughter is so disappointed!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Beth B. on July 7, 2011
At first this toy was as horrible as everyone had said. I had the toughest time locking the legs and when I finally did the rack would fall off by the third item. I decided to hot glue gun the rack to the saddle. (Only the top portion will lay flat, but the glue is pretty sturdy.) Doing this helped with the overall set up of the hind legs. I have no trouble locking the legs now. We have played several times and have been bucked at various times. My nine year old still doesn't like the toy but my 7 year old that I bought it for loves it now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeanell Martin on January 21, 2011
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Don't Bother!!! This game is a total disappointment! It is so hard to set Bullseye in the right position so the kid get fustrated with it and give up. You end up spending more time doing that then playing the game. LAME!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Johnsonmom on January 13, 2011
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I bought this toy for my son for Christmas because he is a Toy Story Junkie. But personally the toy is boring. My kids have played it only a couple times since Christmas.The horse does not kick very easily even on the most sensitive setting. I probably wouldn't recommend spending your money. My niece has the original buckaroo game and it works much better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Walkers on December 27, 2010
This toy is just junk... total junk. My 4 and 5 year old got this for Christmas and had I wasted my own money on it I would take it back. Here is the low down:

Cons
* The little part that you attach to the saddle to hand the little toys on does not even stay on... getting that thing to stay on is harder than the whole game. We have since just taken it off and we hand stuff everywhere else we can find on the whole bullseye.
* Good luck trying to get the back legs to latch into place... it takes 10 minutes just to get it to stay put
* The tails life is very limited... you have to push soooooo hard to get the legs to lock into place that this tail is already showing wear after literally one day.
* The settings easy and hard do not have any difference. You can't hand more than 2-3 items if that without it bucking. Sometimes it just bucked without us even hanging anything. Oh- the 2-3 times was an adult with a very steady hand doing it... the kids never get more than 2 on before the whole thing bucks.
* Once buckeye is put together you cannot use the box it came in. His back end is too big... it won't allow the box lid to close all the way which leads to lost parts and such.

Pros:
The only pros I can think of is that I did not waste my money on it and the box was small enough to fit into my trash can when I got tired of the kids crying over this horrible, awful, poorly designed game.
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