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“ker plunk - a fun game”

published 19/05/2001

Advantagesalthough it is mostly skill some of the game is fluke and luck

Disadvantagesit is rather frustrating

...Ker plunk is a very fun game though sometimes frustrating, aged from about Seven to A - Hundred and Seven the players are from at least One to Six. The games equipment consists of a plastic shoot and a plastic circular oval with holes in it also a collection of marbles and straws. The game is set up with a shoot at the bottom of it to stand on, an oval with holes in it you need to poke...

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Advantagesa good game of skill, on offer with other games in argos

Disadvantagesplastic thin/flimsy, takes longer to set up than it does to play, not as strong as it used to be

...= = = = = = = = = About the Game = = = = = = = = = Ker Plunk is a game that has been around since 1967 and was first marketed by the Ideal Toy Company. I knew it had been around for quite a while as I remember having this game as a child. Many of you are probably very familiar with this game and may also have played it at some point in your life. Since the game was first launched it has had...

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Advantageseasy to play, great fun for all and a bit of excitement

Disadvantagesnone apart from the 'fiddly' setting up

...There are some games that have been around since boredom was first invented, with many of those games having stood the test of time and being as popular in some houses now than they ever were. Such games as chess, monopoly, cluedo and this strange looking game with the stranger sounding name that is Ker plunk, (I?m guessing the name derives from the sound the marbles make when they fall...

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