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POOF-Slinky 0X2460 Ideal What's In Ned's Head Game with 15-Inch Plush Head

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  • Icky game that will make children giggle, while grossing them out at the same time
  • Ned has a big 15-inch plush head filled with various items
  • Each player is dealt a card with a picture of an object that's in Ned's Head that they must pull out
  • Winner of Family Fun's Toy Of The Year in 2003 and continues to be an icky, sticky, hairy, scary, gross-out game that children love
  • Recommended for children 4-years of age and older
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 11.1 x 16.4 inches ; 2.5 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: B000096RFF
  • Item model number: 0X2460
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,374 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
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Product Description

This game includes a big 15-inch plush head filled with various things
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Winner of Family Fun's Toy of the Year Award
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What’s in Ned’s Head?

The POOF-Slinky 0X2460 Ideal What's In Ned's Head Game with 15-Inch Plush Head is an icky game that will make children giggle while grossing them out at the same time. Ned has a big 15-inch plush head filled with various items that include an old gym sock, stinky cheese, an icky tooth, Ned’s lab rat and much more. This game is designed for 2-4 players.

Award-Winning Toy

The What's In Ned's Head Game is the recipient of Family Fun's Toy of the Year Award and continues to be an icky, sticky, hairy, scary, gross-out game that children love. They will be entertained for hours as they continue to pull gross objects out of Ned’s fuzzy head.

How’s It Played?

Each player is dealt a card with a picture of an object that is in Ned's Head. All players then reach into Ned's Head to feel around for the object pictured on their card. Who knows what you'll feel in his large noggin! When a player thinks that they have found the silly thing on their card, they may pull it out to look and see. If it's a match to the picture on the card, they win the game. If (2) or more players pull out the correct match to their card, the player who found the correct silly thing first is the winner.


What’s in the Box?
  • 15-inch plush Ned’s head
  • (15) silly objects
  • (24) game cards
  • Instructions

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My four year old loves this!
Kara
This game is great for younger children working on expressive language skills.
Jennifer M. Morse
Well constructed, and stores nicely in the box.
L. Accetta

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 60 people found the following review helpful By B. Phillips on December 10, 2004
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Ned's head is a game with a large soft head. An assortment of gross stuff is put inside ned's head and the 2 to 4 players are dealt one card each with pictures of the items in the head. They all then reach into neds head through the closest hole to them (2 sides of the mouth and 2 ear holes) The first player to successfully find their item is the winner of the game.

I purchased this game to play with my 6, 7, and 9 year old. The young ones seem to enjoy it but the 9 year old declared it boring after the first 5 minutes. When I ordered this I envisioned a head that was stuffed with fluff and all the items stuffed back into little cubbie holes in the head so you had to find them, kind of like a hand puppet fit. Instead the head is a large hollow cave that does not pop out all nice and fluffy like the picture on the box. Rather, it kind of sags and sinks in. It has some sort of wire type device to hold the head out, I think it might be some sort of boning. (like the underwire on a bra). However, the support structure is encased in fabric and not a hazzard in normal use.

The items that come with the head are a large tooth, neds flippy frog, a silly ball, ned's lab rat, neds lost lunch (rubber vomit), a rubber alien, a loose screw, a giant ant, a spider ring, a little rubber pig, fried egg, a worm, moldy cheese, a dirty ear wax q-tip, a tongue, and several blank cards to add your own disgusting things.

This game is appropriate for ages 4 and up and I would recommend these guidelines be kept because some of the items are small (like the ball) and could definately present a choking hazzard.

I could see this being popular with the kindergarten preschool, and maybe 1st grade crowd, but above that probably not.
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95 of 102 people found the following review helpful By simple.twist on November 5, 2003
The poor quality of craftsmanship really detracts from the possibility of fun with this game. It is just weird enough to be something the whole family wanted to play with. We were disappointed in the following: Ned's head is polyester stretched over a flimsy metal frame. The fiber filling comes out through the shoddy seamwork. The items one is supposed to "find" in Ned's head are beyond cheap: the disgustingly cool looking cotton swab completely fell apart with the first round of the game; the plastic screw is hollow and came crushed; "the vomit doesn't even have any brown chunks in it!", exclaimed my daughter.
All in all, we were completely disappointed in this game as the potential was definitely there. Play it once and stash it or convert it into a mask for next Halloween's trick or treating!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Luv Toys on January 26, 2005
My sons OT brought this over one day. He has mild cerebral palsy and it encourages you to use one or two hands to play.

Great sensory toy too !! He loves this games so much and my older son who is 11 loves it too. My little one seems to always beat him. He is 4. I like that it comes with blank cards to add your own stuff in for more fun. It opens up to a nice size, and his hair, and eyebrows are cute. I would highly recommend this toy to anyone who wants to have lots of fun.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Cathie on January 10, 2004
We gave this toy to my six-year-old son for Christmas. I researched the top toys of 2003 from Family Fun Magazine and "What's in Ned's Head?" rated #1 for his age range. We've played it a number of times since and made up a few of our own rules to adjust the fun for younger friends. We have a scanner so I've been able to "take pictures" of other little items around the house and place the pictures on the extra blank playing cards then add the actual items to Ned's head. Of course, the ickier the better! I plan on purchasing more for birthday gifts. The kids love trying to guess what’s in there and laugh each time they pull out the wrong or right item. I think it’s a wonderful game to challenge the kids to feel with their fingers and use their minds to “see” what they’ve found. I just opened the game and took a good look at it, the stitching and fiber fill look very secure. The plastic items inside seem durable, though Ned’s lunch was initially so fascinating it got a bit too much rough play and ripped in the middle. However, that hasn’t stopped us from using it and grossing out every time we feel it in Ned’s Head!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By E. Smith on October 8, 2004
I gave this game to my boy's last Christmas at a family party. It was such a hit that I was asked to order several more for this Christmas. The game teaches kids how to find objects without using your sight. The cards are a little flimsy, but the overall game was durable. It came with extra cards to make your own search for objects.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 24, 2003
This game is so cool my kids will not put it down. I have a 4 yr old boy, 5 yr old girl, and 7 year old boy that just love to play this game together. The kids stick their hands in Ned's ears and nose and pull out weird things like fake barf, aliens, all sorts of stuff. The soft head makes it safe to play with and my kids like to wear it on their heads. This game is easy to store- Everything gets folded up and put right back in the box. I love this game because it gives all of my kids something to do together that isn't too challenging for my young one but cool enough for my oldest. Your kids will have fun with it too! It's on my shopping list for my nieces and nephews!
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