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# 04479 - 1980 PlusOne game Milton Bradley $17.95                                                   Excellent  tion
                               Excellent Condition

# 00000 - 1980 PlusOne game Milton Bradley $15.79
                               Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1980 PlusOne game Milton Bradley $14.36
                               Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Plus One game
©1980, Milton Bradley
Ages: 7 and Up
Players: 2 or more
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Game Contents
DESCRIPTION - from the game
PlusOne is a fascinating. electronic board game that will delight the entire family!  Place the
four-sided electronic computer anywhere on the gameboard.  Turn it on and tumble it over once
onto any adjacent space on the gameboard.  Your opponent then flips the PlusOne unit back to
its starting position and tumbles it over ONE MORE TIME onto any adjacent space on the
gameboord.   Play continues with players alternating turns and on every move adding ONE
MORE FLIP to the ever-increasing path of tumbles. Listen to PlusOne's guiding tones and
watch itscolor caps for clues. If you wait too long or if you stray from the path, PlusOne will
give you the "RAZZ"sound indicating that you've lost!PlusOne remembers every flip, every
flop ... and you must, too, if you want to be a Number One PlusOne player.
Minimum Purchase Required    More info
Click the “Buy Now” Button, which opens a secure
window to
PayPal to make your purchase.  To make
your purchase add up the total of the parts you wish
to order and enter that amount into the box of the first
page. On a later page, on the left side of the page,
please list the parts you are ordering in a drop down
box. Parts will be sent out within two days of payment.
1 Game board
1 Four-Sided Plus One Unit
Rules
Be the last "UNRAZZED" player left in the
game by repeating every flip.
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