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Toys90 of 5173MPC Prehistoric Mammal Ceratogalus aka Horned Gopher 1960sCan anyone ID this vintage yoyo.?
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    Posted 6 months ago

    Uxbridgeite
    (9 items)

    Does anyone know what these pieces belong to? I found them in a box of toys and am curious about them. Are they part of a larger set or toy? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    1. K45389, 6 months ago
      Can't come up with the name. But as kids we had that game. There should be yellow and red disc's that slip on the red bar. Once assembled you stuck one end of the rod into the feet piece. Carefully Remove the rod, sit the head on top of the tower of rings and you took turns using a small plastic hammer to knock out a single disc.. The name may have had "Bash" in the title?
    2. K45389, 6 months ago
      Update: YouTube link of the game. https://youtu.be/XSjCazfH-_g
    3. Uxbridgeite Uxbridgeite, 6 months ago
      Thank you K45389 for solving this mystery! I do have the red and yellow disks as well. The hammer is missing unfortunately.
    4. K45389, 6 months ago
      You're welcome. Your post made me think of other games we had in the 60's. The Last Straw, Mouse Trap, Booby Trap, Hands Down.....to name a few.

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