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    A game that might make you 'flushed' with excitement!

    Another game kids will probably love playing is Hasbro's Toilet Trouble. You can get wet with this game when you flush the mini-plastic toilet and have to beware of an unexpected spray of (clean) water. A funny toilet flushing sound effect will add to the fun. The spinner is cleverly designed as a toilet paper roll. You have to flush the toilet handle to match the number you got on the spinner. And of course you hope you don't get sprayed with water! Players are safe if they hear the flushing sound, but no water is sprayed. Who knows which flush will be the one that sprays water, eliminating that player? Continue taking turns spinning the roll and flushing until one player has not been sprayed. That player wins the game! Toilet Trouble includes a game base, toilet base, toilet tank with toilet paper roll spinner, toilet bowl with lid, and instructions. It's suggested for ages 4 and up. And of course, there's a caution: To Avoid Injury: Use only clean tap water. 2 AA Alkaline batteries required. (Demo batteries included.) I did not get to experience this game in person, but our friends over at Time To Play Magazine shared their video with us:


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