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R2-D2 Operation

Operation Star Wars R2-D2 Game:

You can help fix R2-D2 with the Operation Star Wars game! Repair the Skywalker family's favorite non-speaking robot by yourself or with as many as you like, but be careful! With sound effects right from the movie, you can carefully replace his circuits and gears while C-3PO watches in horror from the sidelines. Take your tongs and remove all 12 funatomy faulty parts, collect your pay, but be careful-- you never know when the Empire might booby-trap the droid! Requires 4x "AAA" batteries (not included). Ages 6 and up.

Age: 6+
Batteries Included: No
Battery Type: 4 x AAA
Number of Players: 1+

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