CHOKING HAZARD -- Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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- Add a little bang to your next party
- Game comes complete with everything you need
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Add a little bang to your next party;Game comes complete with everything you need;Great gift idea
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Can you imagine at your next party playing a game so exciting that it will create laughter all over the room? The rules of the game are simple. Pass the Party Roulette Revolver (with a balloon in place) to a friend. Your friend cocks the hammer and then pulls the trigger (hoping they can take their shot without popping the balloon). 3. If the balloon doesn’t pop, the Party Roulette Revolver gets passed to the next person. The anticipation of the BIG BANG – if the balloon pops – is amazing . Watch your friends’ faces as they wait to take their turn. What happens to the person who pops the balloon is entirely up to you – You create the rules. The Party Roulette Game comes complete with everything you need. Have fun and enjoy the laughs.
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I took off the plastic ring so that people would have to trap the balloon between their head and the nail that shoots out every 6 shots just like a real revolver. I can't say it functions perfectly every time and some times it takes some handy work to get the needle back in the right position but I would never pay enough money to have something like this that works as a result of flawless engineering and material craftsmanship. If you can make engineer and manufacture a better product for this price I dare you to try.
I don't know why there are little Asian kids on the cover of the box but they seem like the least likely of anyone to enjoy this little game. This probably is not a good product for children if you don't want your kids to play with guns. It's especially not for children who destroy all things fun and enjoyable for adults.
I've still got a seat open seat available for Christopher Walken should he ever want to join in this somewhat morbid game at my future parties.
- You pull back the hammer, the hammer locks, and a new chamber moves into place.
- You press the trigger and the hammer slams into a chamber.
- One chamber has a piece of plastic (which acts as the bullet).
- If the hammer hits an empty chamber, nothing happens.
- If the hammer hits the chamber with the "bullet", the plastic comes out and pushes on a needle.
- Needle briefly comes out and pops the balloon. Needle goes back inside the gun.
This all sounds functional but here are the issues I've experienced:
- The hammer misses the bullet in the chamber completely. No popping.
- The hammer misses the chamber and hits a piece of plastic around the chamber. It 'jams'. No popping.
- The hammer doesn't hit the bullet at the right amount of force so the needle doesn't extend far enough to pop the balloon. No popping.
So imagine playing a game of Russian Roulette and when the bullet should fire, it fails. What's the point?