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- Ages: 6 Years & up
- Use the tweezers to remove Cavity Sam's ailments
- Features classic ailments
- Can play solo or with friends
- Try to avoid the "buzz"
- Includes gameboard, tweezers, 12 plastic ailments (including rubber band), and game guide.
- Requires 2 1.5V"AA" alkaline batteries (demo batteries included).
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It's the family favorite Operation game with fun Try Me packaging and truly classic funny ailments! Cavity Sam is feeling a bit under the weather, and kids will love to "operate" and make him better. Use the tweezers to take out all of Cavity Sam's 12 funny ailment parts that parents might remember -- such as a wishbone, Charlie horse, and Adam's apple. Players choose a doctor card and "operate" to remove that ailment from Sam, and collect the money if they can avoid the buzz. The player with the most money wins! Hasbro Gaming and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
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My son was able to extract all the items from this practice cadaver after a few days of practice. It took him a while to get good and he got frustrated at times. Luckily this practice machine is sturdily built and could take his abusive beatings whenever he failed.
The up shot of his frustration is the amount of money he earns for extracting each item is substantial. Each extraction has an earnings number printed on a card if they do a successful extraction (a pulled muscle is worth $200 for instance). We calculated that he can pull everything out in 30 minutes and make $5200! That’s a whopping $10,400 an hour or $21,632,000 a year!!!!
So he was able to do all this and I thought, “he’s ready! All he needs to do it take this to the medical board of an Ivey League University, show them his skills, and he will be accepted into their medical program, on his way to making millions!”
The medical board of the university we went to was less than impressed and laughed us out of their building. It was devistating. I told my son that maybe his aspirations were a little high for being 5 years old and kindergarten might find his talents more useful.
In the end, this is a great device even though it may not be recognized by prestigious organizations as giving the user adequate experience for the medical field.