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1964 Hands Down Game by Ideal



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Anyone in their 40's or 50's should remember this game. It was one of many classic Ideal games that came out in the 1960's.
Mouse Trap 1963, Tip-It 1965,  Ker-Plunk 1968 and of course Hands Down in 1964.

Featuring the Slam-O-Matic. This was the first of some of Ideal's games that allowed players to be sneaky with their opponents. If at any stage of the game a player drew a card which didn't match any others he/she held, that player could pretend to hit their hand and fool any opponents into slamming theirs down, whereupon they'd have to lose a card to the trickster.

This Game, where the box says is the slaphappiest game ever is 100% complete with all the cards except one blank card. Instructions say there are 3 to be used if you lose any of the cards. and the Slam-O-Matic works as the day it was made 40 something years ago. Box is in good condition but there is some shelf wear but it's still nice and sturdy with no split corners. It even has original inserts inside the box.

Instructions are inside the box top.

Game has been previously played with unless otherwise noted.
All Games are complete and if necessary have been repaired or completed to restore the game to as close to original condition as possible. Any defects will be noted in Item description.
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