Uh-oh! Minion Dave is on a stretcher. He was enjoying his vacation with Gru and the girls when things got crazy. He slipped on a banana peel and landed in a prickly pineapple patch. Now he's got cheesy indigestion and a very contagious cupcake cough. It's time to operate!
Kids can have lots of fun as they try to operate on Minion Dave while playing the Despicable Me 3 version of the Operation game. Players carefully use the tweezers to try to remove the most Funatomy pieces from Dave without getting buzzed and causing the monitor to light up. The excitement keeps kids on the edge of their seats! The 12 Funatomy pieces are also hilarious. Kids can laugh out loud as they remove a cupcake, ice cream cone, cheese, horse, and other super-fun pieces.
Steady now, don't make the monitor light up
The Operation Game Despicable Me Edition engages kids as they try to remove pieces from Dave with the tweezers. If the tweezers touch the sides, the player will get buzzed, and the monitor will light up! They can't keep the Funatomy piece. If a player removes the Funatomy piece without getting buzzed, they get to keep it! The game ends when all of the Funatomy pieces have been removed from Dave. The player with the most game pieces is the winner! If there’s a tie, everyone wins!
Practice makes perfect
Kids can choose to play with friends or practice removing pieces from Dave playing solo. It's fun for a player to see how many tries it takes to remove all of the Funatomy pieces! Once they've practiced avoiding the buzzer, they can challenge friends to a game.
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