Liberty Imports Whack A Mole Classic Electronic Arcade Game | Kids Educational Musical Learning Bilingual Toy (White)

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Exciting Whac-A-Mole “Super Digi-A-King Game”!

This fun whac-a-mole game features 7 moles. When a mole lights up, whack it with the hammer. The hammer has a soft head, and it’s very fun to use. The sound is also catchy. The game station measures 10″ x 6″ x 2″. Suction cups on the bottom of the station keeps it from moving. The moles are very big and easy to hit. Kids will love whacking these moles!

The goal of whac-a-mole is to beat 36 total levels and get the highest score possible. For every 9 levels that you beat, the speed increases. There are a total of 4 different speeds. Only 6 mistakes are allowed before the game is over. But every time a level is beat, 1 mistake is removed. Whack as many moles as you can!

There are 3 modes. The first is an easy mode, there are only 9 levels in total. The second is English. The third is Spanish. The sound can also be turned off. Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included).

This whac-a-mole game is great for training your child’s reaction ability and hand-eye coordination. This game makes a wonderful gift!

Product Features

  • Whack the mole that lights up!
  • 7 moles and hammer with soft head
  • 36 levels: 4 speeds, 9 levels per speed
  • Keeps score, catchy sounds, option to turn off sounds
  • Great for training reaction ability and hand-eye coordination

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    By JC on October 12, 2018

    Very good whack-a-mole game I was looking for a whack-a-mole type game and bought this and two other models from Little Treasures. I did not see any reviews for this model so it made me hesitant but compared to the other models the items packaging was very good and the game play is excellent. I know packaging isn’t really important but after seeing the other toys and this model I thought it was worth mentioning because it was so much better and would be great to give as a gift.As for the game play, the moles…

    By Jerry Hildebrand on October 12, 2018

    like a crash Peace Corps experience I direct an international internship program called the Ambassador Corps. It places highly qualified university interns with social enterprises in developing countries for 12 weeks in the summer…one intern per organization…like a crash Peace Corps experience. This summer we have 28 students serving all over the developing world in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In one of our staff meetings where we review the current status of all the interns, someone commented that it feels like we…

    By Richard Figueroa on October 12, 2018

    Fun toy for the family

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