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- Contraption-building table game that pits players against each other as mice trying to navigate through a complex mousetrap
- Race to the finish and nab your opponent's mouse before your own gets caught
- Develops fine motor skills
- Instructions in English and Spanish
- The last "mouse" left uncaptured wins
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Run, little mice, run! Build this fun game's crazy Mouse Trap contraption, but then, beware - you definitely don't want your mouse pawn to get trapped by it. Race to the finish and don't look back!
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Hasbro Mouse Trap Game
Snap the trap and win at Mousetrap! Run through the maze as sneakers mouse, nacho mouse or pepper mouse spins on the cheesy spinner. When one of your friends' mouse is in the cheesy trap area and you land on the right space, you've got a chance to catch them in the zany trap made of hungry hippo and girafalaff contraptions. Keep scurrying and scampering until someone gets caught. If you're the first to trap a mouse, you win!
- For 2 to 3 players
- Adult assembly required
Warning: Choking Hazard - Toy contains small parts and small balls. Not for children under 3 years.
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For me, everything about this game is a fantastic thrill-ride! I have a blast setting up the contraption every time I open up this box and even more-so when we get to playing and see all the pieces working one after the other.
If you've never played this game or have ever considered it (whether as a kid, for kids or just to relive those nostalgic times), I would definitely recommend this game. And actually, when it comes down to it, this is also a pretty educational game since it teaches kids to follow instructions as well as what it takes and how it feels to construct something themselves. Although, just make sure they are supervised during play since there are plenty of tiny pieces that could become hazardous in the wrong hands >_<
Update: A year later....We now have too many pieces broken to play the game which is unfortunate because it was their favorite. I don’t really want to buy another one and encourage cheaply made toys. Wish they made a stronger version, I would pay more for it...