Take N Play Anywhere: Hangman
Magnetic letters and body parts allow you to play the classic Hangman game anywhere. Guess an incorrect letter, and a body part is added. Solve the word before you get hung!
The convenient 6 3/4" square tin case makes it easy to slip the games into most bags to take everywhere and keep kids entertained on a trip, waiting at the doctor's office, dining out, while stuck in traffic or just visiting grandma's house!
The game features big magnetic playing pieces that are easy for kids to use and hard for kids to lose.
Contents: 62 Letter Magnets, 8 Blank Magnets, 6 Hangman Body Magnets, 2 Scoring Magnets, Magnetic Game Board, Rules
For 2 Players
Ages 5 & Up
Ships from our warehouse in 4 to 18 business days.
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