Ideal Gnip Gnop Game
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- Buy New: $10.99
as of 7/29/2015 00:57 MDT details
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- Sales Rank:103,346
- Age:5 - 15 years
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0.8
- Dimensions (in):15.8 x 3.4 x 10.5
- Warranty:No Warranty
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days
- Ball-Blasting, Button-Bashing Action!
- Slam the buttons to POP the balls through the net
- To win the game, blast all the balls into your opponent's court
- For 2 players; includes a game arena, (6) balls and instructions
- Recommended for children age 5 and up
The POOF-Slinky - Ideal Pop-Pong, 0X2511TL is a sort of table tennis with a twist! This retro tabletop game is making a comeback to a new generation. Each player starts with 6 balls and players must smash the 3 buttons in front of them to launch balls through the 3 hoops onto the other side of the court. The object of the game is to get all 6 balls on the opponent's court. The POOF-Slinky - Ideal Pop-Pong, 0X2511TL is recommended for children age 5 and up. POOF-Slinky, Inc. is the maker of POOF, Slinky, Ideal and Scientific Explorer Brands. We manufacture POOF foam balls and the world famous Slinky right here in the USA and our list of products keeps growing. Our company has been in business for over 65-years serving customers around the globe. Our product lines offer new exciting play with the highly successful Sno-Toys line, Fuzzoodles activity kits, as well as timeless classics, such as the Original Slinky, Ideal table-top games, wood construction sets and over 400 other products. Visit www.amazon.com/alex-brands for more information on Alex Brands and our best-selling line of educational and entertaining products for kids.
This retro tabletop game, reincarnated from the early 1970s, is making a comeback to a new generation. A sort of table tennis with a twist, Gnip Gnop has a plastic court that is a bit flimsy but requires much less room than a ping-pong table. The rules of play are simple: Each player starts with six balls. Players must smash the three buttons in front of them to launch balls through the three hoops onto the other side of the court. The object of the game is to get all six balls on the opponent’s court. The button smashing is a great way to get out frustrations at the end of a hectic day. Beyond that, there’s little more to the game and, it’s uncertain whether this classic can compete with the video game offerings of the new millennium. It’s possible that this may appeal more to 70s-era parents who are nostalgic for reminders of their youth. --Cristina Vaamonde
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