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You can buy the games separately for around a dollar each. My location only has Operation and Guess Who this week, so I can't comment on what the other offerings are like yet. The cashier says they expect to have them next week.

Games included in this promotion are small versions of
Connect Four
Guess Who?
Operation
Sorry! Sliders
Trouble
Twister

Guess Who includes two small handheld player boards with 18 tiny character faces and a deck of slightly-less-tiny cards from which you select your character. Instead of flipping the character faces down when eliminated, you slide the cards down into the board. I'm probably not describing that very well, but it seems to work ok. The cards in the board are TINY, about the size of my thumbnail.

Operation is packaged more like a solitaire plastic puzzle toy. The bits are beneath clear plastic, so no losing the inner organs. There are four bits to place: bell, water bucket, frog, and... apple fries. There is a magnetic wand with which you manipulate the pieces into the body cavities. When you get the frog placed correctly in the throat, the dude's nose lights up. There is no buzzer.

The one I am most curious to see is the tiny Sorry Sliders.
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I think the Twister might actually be fun, just like a finger version of the real thing.
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Ahhh, fingers! I was thinking maybe you had to play it with kittens.
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ivers wrote:
You can buy the games separately for around a dollar each. My location only has Operation and Guess Who this week, so I can't comment on what the other offerings are like yet. The cashier says they expect to have them next week.

Games included in this promotion are small versions of
Connect Four
Guess Who?
Operation
Sorry! Sliders
Trouble
Twister

Guess Who includes two small handheld player boards with 18 tiny character faces and a deck of slightly-less-tiny cards from which you select your character. Instead of flipping the character faces down when eliminated, you slide the cards down into the board. I'm probably not describing that very well, but it seems to work ok. The cards in the board are TINY, about the size of my thumbnail.

Operation is packaged more like a solitaire plastic puzzle toy. The bits are beneath clear plastic, so no losing the inner organs. There are four bits to place: bell, water bucket, frog, and... apple fries. There is a magnetic wand with which you manipulate the pieces into the body cavities. When you get the frog placed correctly in the throat, the dude's nose lights up. There is no buzzer.

The one I am most curious to see is the tiny Sorry Sliders.


Here's the link with some pics http://www.clubbk.com/Toys/Default.aspx
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You can buy the games separately for around a dollar each. My location only has Operation and Guess Who this week, so I can't comment on what the other offerings are like yet. The cashier says they expect to have them next week.

Games included in this promotion are small versions of
Connect Four
Guess Who?
Operation
Sorry! Sliders
Trouble
Twister

Guess Who includes two small handheld player boards with 18 tiny character faces and a deck of slightly-less-tiny cards from which you select your character. Instead of flipping the character faces down when eliminated, you slide the cards down into the board. I'm probably not describing that very well, but it seems to work ok. The cards in the board are TINY, about the size of my thumbnail.

Operation is packaged more like a solitaire plastic puzzle toy. The bits are beneath clear plastic, so no losing the inner organs. There are four bits to place: bell, water bucket, frog, and... apple fries. There is a magnetic wand with which you manipulate the pieces into the body cavities. When you get the frog placed correctly in the throat, the dude's nose lights up. There is no buzzer.

The one I am most curious to see is the tiny Sorry Sliders.


Where do you ship from?
 
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ajame wrote:
Where do you ship from?


Ajame, you need to read the post. These are available from local Burger King restaurants. No shipping involved. The OP is definitely not selling these himself.

If you did read the post and simply didn't understand, then I apologize. But 7 of your 9 posts to date have been "me, too!" posts that gave me the wrong impression.
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Got the Sorry! Sliders last night.

It includes two plastic pucks around 2.5" in diameter, one red and one blue, as well as six paper stands that look like the Sorry! pawns. There are two of each pawn, marked with a point values of 1, 2, or 3.

The idea is you stand up the pawns in a 123321 pattern, and sit across from each other. One player slides his puck, then the second slides his in an attempt to knock his oponent's puck to a lower score.

We haven't tried this yet, but it's a clever (albeit simple) rendition of Sorry! Sliders.

On the other hand, I've been looking at this.
 
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I'm guessing they must have restarted this deal because my kids got a mini game of Trouble today. Comes with a tiny dice popper and crappy mini-boards that are nothing like the regular version of the game. The dice go from -3 to 3 for some reason (not like that on our normal version of the game), but it isn't clear what the rules are from the vague pictures.
 
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