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Avoid this rushed bodge job,
= Durability: = Fun: = Educational:
This review is from: Drumond Park The Million Pound Drop Game (Toy)I bought this for the family to play on Christmas day and was extremely disappointed. Apart from the fact that the questions are too easy, the actual mechanism is abysmal. Pieces of cardboard with plastic trapdoor inserts that, to quote the instructions, the quizmaster has to "tap gently" to make drop. At which point there is a 75% chance that the insert itself will fall - maybe along with other trapdoors as well.
But the most inexcusable part is the fact that 9 of the question cards have the manufacturers template on them so are useless unless you want 18 questions of "Question, type on two lines if possible" and then pick from Answer A, B, C or D.
I appreciate that Drummond Park got the license very recently but rushing out this piece of junk is completely inexcusable.
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Initial post: 18 Jan 2011 13:29:26 GMT
Mr. S. J. Hall says:
I also bought this for the family at Christmas and was very dissapointed as the game is flimsy and the red trap doors drop off not down every time. I paid £25 for this and I am gutted at the very poor quality.
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