The ’60s game has a new take, with Frozen’s Olaf “in trouble”.
A few things to remember that adults take notice of but have forgotten since playing as a child:
The stickers will have to be placed on the player pieces.
The cardboard? Not industrial, pretty thin. Careful handling when setting up is important.
The popper can be hard to *pop*. This is especially true when the playing board is on carpet or a very thick tablecloth. A board or other hard surface beneath the board is ideal.
The pop-o-matic piece holds the die, but there are still small pieces which pose a choking hazard especially to children under the age of 3. Also, dogs. Many love the tiny pieces.
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