Giant Operation Game - "Saw Bones"

Giant Operation Game - "Saw Bones"

Our giant operation game- "Saw Bones", comes complete with sound effects, tongs and an electronic timer. Can you take the sixty second challenge to remove ten body parts without setting the buzzer off?

Ideal for corporate hire, team building, conferences, exhibitions and promotions!

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Giant Operation- "Saw Bones"

"Saw Bones" has ten cavities positioned in various parts on the body. Each cavity contains a body part such as, adams apple, tennis elbow and butterflies in the tummy.

Each player has three lives, and everytime the tweezers touch the patients body, the player loses a life. To start the game simply press the patients red nose, which starts the built in timer. For added pressure, throughout the timed game, you will hear a heartbeat monitor.  

For every life lost you will hear 1/ "Ow be careful"    2/ "Touch that and i'll call my lawyer"       3/ A very distinctive ambulance siren.

The aim of the game is to remove the ten body bits in less than 60 seconds without using all three lives. The player who achieves this in the quickest time is the winner!!

Dimensions, Suitability and Hire Information

The game is approximately 6ft x 3ft and comes with its own table.

We also have a smaller similar version of giant operation, called top doc.

Our giant operation game - saw bones, will normally be sited indoors and requires a mains electricity 240 v supply.  

Giant operation works exceptionally well for promotions, exhibitions, tradeshows and open days. It is also ideal for corporate hire and team building events and is available for hire as a stand alone game or as part of an interactive games package and for office and indoor parties.

Midland Games offers hire in most areas of the UK , including the West Midlands, Birmingham, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire and Sandwell.

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