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- Classic electronic skill and action game challenges you to operate on your patient
- Use the tweezers to remove Sam's funny ailment parts
- If you touch the sides, the buzzer sounds and your turn is over
- Brand new operation silly skill game features bells, burps, barks and more
- Grab your tweezers and "operate"; press cavity Sam's nose to find out if your operation was a success
- This game is updated with fun sound FX, squishy and slippery ailments and a convenient clipboard and storage tray to keep everything together
- Features two skill levels
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In the Operation game, you get to be the doctor and make Cavity Sam better or get the buzzer. Cure him of all his wacky ailments like headphone headache and gamer's thumb by picking funny ailment pieces out of the game tray with a pair of tweezers. But watch out! If you touch the sides of the openings, you'll get the buzzer and light up Cavity Sam's nose! The player who removes the most ailments wins!Operation and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
How to Play
Be the doctor, and take turns using the tweezers to carefully remove 11 easy-grab ailments from large openings in the game tray. Be careful! Touch the side of an opening, and you'll hear the buzzer and Cavity Sam's nose will light up. Players take turns trying to remove wacky ailments like headphone headache, gamer's thumb, a cranky knee and frostbite. The player who successfully removes the most ailments from Cavity Sam is the winner!
- The classic game where you make Cavity Sam better or get the buzzer
- Fun and unpredictable gameplay features a surprising buzzer and flashing nose
- 11 funny ailments
- Remove new, funny ailments from Cavity Sam, including gamer's thumb and a headphone headache
- Easy-grab pieces and large openings for fun gameplay
- Easy-grab ailment pieces and large openings make gameplay challenging and fun
- Ages 4+
- For 1+ Players
- Adult assembly required
- Requires 2 1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries (not included)
- Includes Game tray with Cavity Sam and tweezers, 11 ailment parts, instructions
Top Customer Reviews
I had to purposely push the tweezers into the side just to show the kids that it did something, since none of them were bad enough to come close to triggering the buzz. I might as well just put the pieces in a bowl and tell the kids to pick them out, or even better, just dump them out. We get to hit the everyone win buttons and we're all happy, right? When you're removing a screwdriver from a hat that is a few inches away from the head, I don't see much of a difference
The original game required precision handling of the tweezers and a steady hand. This taught fine motor skills. The original game had cards which indicated which operation you were supposed to do. If successful, you got paid. This taught the value of hard work. If you failed, you got nothing and a specialist could come in and get paid more to do the same job. The money aspect of this game taught math skills. The original game had pieces that were a play on words (Charlie Horse, Spare Ribs, Funny Bone, etc.). This taught figurative language.
This game has stupid pieces (cell phone, headphones, knife & fork, etc.). Really? Why would these be in someone's body to begin with??? Even a very small child could successfully remove the pieces from these enormous holes! There is no challenge.
Do yourself a favor, find an old version of this game on eBay or at a garage sale. Don't waste your money on this pointless version. I am thankful that we still have our old one!
Why companies always feel that they need to "better" classics is beyond me. The classics were and always be classics for a reason. An Oreo with vanilla cookies is not an Oreo.
The game no longer has cards; instead it has noises indicating which item to remove. My family found the noises to be irritating, loud, and sometimes inconsistent. It didn't feel like the same game without the cards. Everything doesn't have to be electronic to be enjoyable or appealing. Using noises instead of cards seems like a "dumbing down" of the game. Does anyone read anymore?
The pieces have been changed and are much easier to remove rendering the game much less challenging. Even our 4 yr. old had no problem removing the pieces. Our game was over in seconds. My daughter found some of the pieces to be humorous; the frog, the boogers, the bubbles. However, those pieces were rubbery and the easiest to remove.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a new version of the old time Operation game where the goal is to challenges one to operate on the patient. Tweezers are used to remove parts in the body. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Lynn G. Graham
it says for 4+ age but my daughter found it way too easy and not challenging enough so she only played it a few timesPublished 26 days ago by M.R
My kids love this game! It's something that the whole family can get involved in. What's even better is you can turn off the buzzer if you get tired of your kid practicing his... Read morePublished 3 months ago by BH&H
Who doesn't love the classic "Operation" game? The game was purchased as a Christmas gift for a nephew and we've since enjoyed countless hours of careful extraction with a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kory V.
Three kids from 4-9 played with this for about 30 seconds. There is absolutely no challenge to the "game". Read morePublished 5 months ago by Scott Griffin