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Hello All.

I have no idea where to post this, so thought this might be the logical place to start. I have a question.

When I was a kid (in the 60s), I played this game. I guess it was more of a toy than a game, but it had gaming aspects. It was made of plastic, had a piece that consisted of the head of a silly looking bald man and a piece that consisted of his feet (both flesh colored), and then multiple pieces (12ish, maybe, and I believe they were red) consisting of round flatish disks (as if you had taken a piece of thick pipe then sawed it into smaller disks), one sitting on top of the other.

The feet were placed on the table, the disks were stacked on the feet, then the head was put on top. Then you had a small plastic hammer (also red) in which, turn by turn, you would try to hit one of the pieces out from the middle without toppling the man.

Does anyone know of this game and remember its name?

Thanks.

Jim
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Sounds like you're talking about Bash. I haven't seen a copy in about 40 years.

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