Toys of the Seventies, Don't Break The Ice

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White platic cubes in a small table that were held in place by pressure. A little man sat in a chair on one selected block. Players would take turns tapping out blocks of "ice" with a small hammer. If all the cubes fell out and toppled the man while tapping knocking a block out, the player doing the damage lost the game.
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m - September 29, 2008 - Report this comment
They still sell this game and it does not look much different from the one pictured here. My kids love it.
Rob Lambert - October 14, 2014 - Report this comment
From the 1972 Sears Wishbook: Don't Break the Ice game by Schaper sold for $3.33.

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