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Similar to the 'Flipsiders' series of games from Milton Bradley, the board folds out, the magnetic pieces (player pieces and prize markers) are stored in a built-in compartment and the dice are self-contained in a see-through compartment. The dice are 'rolled' by pushing and releasing the 'dice snapper'.

The Different Klix Pocket/Travel Games:

  • 1989 Double Dragon (seems to be a 2-player travel version of Double Dragon, released the same year)
  • 1989 Fun House
  • ____ Gauntlet*

To do: Put the above list in publication order.

Compare with Triple-Flips and Flipsiders.

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