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11. 02. 2006

Working for your treats


Here's a way to pace the eating of your Halloween candy (because we all have it whether we admit it or not). The mini-Candy Grabber is a home version of the arcade game found in amusement parks and supermarkets. However, instead of toys, this version is filled with candy. Place a fake coin into the machine, and you have 75 seconds to pick up a piece of candy and drop it into the shoot. The controls are, in fact, fairly complex, as it comes with three joysticks to maneuver the claw. Your edible prize will certainly taste better after working for it. The mini-Candy Grabber is one of those rare toys that has both kid and adult appeal.

The Candy Grabber is available at I Want One Of Those for £17.95 (US$33.20.)

Posted by Ray    Category: toys
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