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    Aug 1, 2010, 01:56 AM
    Name of 90's battery operated game
    I am looking for a game that I bought my daughter in the early part of the 90's. This game had four sides and plastic balls encased in a plastic dome. Each side was a different color (blue, green, red, and yellow ~ I believe) and had four balls colored the same way. The object of the game was to collect your colored balls onto spaces on your side. The colored balls were blown around on the inside of the dome. There were four buttons on the outside on all side for you to knock out any balls that weren't yours.

    I hope you can figure it out. We played this game all the time and I would LOVE to find one to buy. The adults loved it as well as the kids and I think we lost it in our move.

    Thanks guys!

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