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Candy Grabber Machine for Fun Gifts

We are about more than just Champagne Gifts. We actually want you to find fun and exciting gifts to give to your friends and family. Our latest gift addition - the Candy Grabber is no exception..

This cool fairground gift for your desktop is perfect as birthday gifts, wedding presents, thank you gifts and engagement gift ideas.

What is the Candy Grabber?
Get the fairground feeling with this fun and entertaining candy grabber machine, which is a very fun gift idea for all occasions and all ages (5 years+)

The aim of the candy grabber desktop game is to grab as many sweets as you can in one minute using the simple 3 controls (up, down, left right, forwards and backwards) on the body of the machine.

The game will commence once a silver coin, which is provided is inserted into the machine. The fairground music will begin and the lucky player will then have one minute to use the claw to get as many sweets as possible before the music stops. The game is rather addictive and if you are not lucky enough to get many sweets the first time round, try inserting more silver coins (which are provided) to play again.

All profits from the sale of this fun gift will go to the British Heart Foundation.
Contents:
- A desktop Candy Grabber machine in a fairground-style.
- A claw to manoeuvre and grab your sweet treats.
- Three joystick style controls, moving the grabber-forwards and backwards, up and down, and contracting and releasing the claw.
- Groovy fairground music that lasts for one minute.
- A bag of fake coins.
- A slot to fill the machine with goodies.
- 3 x D Batteries required (not included).

This candy grabber gift comes with free UK delivery.
This new and fun gift is perfect for all special occasions and comes with free UK delivery.

Date posted: 09/11/2010



 
     
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