Such a classic game that never gets old. I have so many fond memories playing this with my family as a child and now I am making those memories with my daughter's. It is also great for children's fine motor skills which is just an added bonus to playing.
Who hasn't played this game at some point in their life, I remember playing it and it being quite annoying but I would always continue to play it. I got this for my younger sister a couple of years ago and she loved it as well. It's a great concept for a game and the whole family loves to play it.
This Operation Board Game is a little expensive in my opinion but then again,so are all the kids games that are out today.I never played it myself as a kid but,I remember years later when my niece got the game and watched her play it with her sister.The object of the game is to take turns with a small pair of tweezers,you had to remove all the body parts like ,maybe a shin bone or maybe a Heart.You had to remove the part without touching the sides.It is a great game to give kids good motor skills and educate them about body parts.If you touched the side while removing a part,it will make a noise and the nose would go all red.This was a sign that it was someone elses turn.It is a great game and hours of fun for kids .The body parts are small though so,I seriously recommend that there be adult supervision so,the child don't swallow the small parts.I like this game and I think it would be hours of fun for kids with someone watching them.I highly recommend this game Operation Board Game for kids and yes,maybe adults also.
Really cute game for younger kids. Easy to understand with very little rules to follow. Great for helping the little ones with fine motor skill. Lots of laughs and startled jumps when they touch the side. Quality wise it is pretty cheaply made.
A classic game for kids and adults alike. The anticipation of a player buzzing themselves out and lighting up the patient's nose is what makes this fun. The game pieces are pretty small though, making it easy for young kids to lose them. Other than that, great game. Also educational for learning parts of the body as well as a surgeon's profession.
This game is hours of fun, Or until the batteries ran out. The pieces are pretty small and easy to lose so this game should be played with adult supervision!
OMG My kids played this back in the 80's It was a good game then and I'm sue kids still are loving it today.
Operation games was my favorite has a child. It takes lost of practice to get the items out of the board without touching the edges. Great for children's fine motor skills
This is such a fun game. I haven played it for years and I did the other day and I couldn't believe how easy it is now. When I was a child it seemed so hard! Lol great for kids though.
Fond memories of this as a kid, but the new version is annoyingly simplified. Still a good game for the kids though or when babysitting :)
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