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Operation Rescue Kit Review

Operation Rescue Kit is the new updated version of the classic game by Hasbro.
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Operation Rescue Kit Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 05, 2007
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews Operation Rescue Kit, the updated version of the classic game by Hasbro!

Operation Rescue Kit is a new, updated version of the classic family game by Hasbro. Cavity Sam is sicker and more injured than ever, so you've gotta help him get better! With tweezers and a steady hand, remove his ailments like Texting Thumb, Joystick Wrist and Belly Button Fluff, but be sure not to touch the metal sides or else his big, red nose will buzz and you'll lose! Cavity Sam has a total of 15 ailments, which come in the form of funatomy parts. Other new features of Operation Rescue Kit are an oxygen pump that adds more time to the game, a light-up heart monitor that keeps track of your score, four exciting new games and three levels of difficulty! Plus, the game folds up into a portable case that looks like a first aid kit, so you can take it to parties and sleepovers.

Operation Rescue Kit - Thumbs Up

  • Fun and educational way to learn about the human body!
  • Includes new funatomy ailments like Texting Thumb and Joystick Wrist in addition to old ones like Broken Heart and Spare Ribs.
  • Four games to play and three levels of difficulty to conquer.
  • Folds up into a portable kit.
  • Operation Rescue Kit - Thumbs Down

  • Sometimes Cavity Sam's nose doesn't buzz even though you've touched the metal sides with the tweezers.
  • Requires 3 AA batteries that aren't included.
  • For more info on Operation Rescue Kit, click here!
  • Operation Rescue Kit: 4
    Age: 6 and up.
    Price Range: 2

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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