Toys of the Seventies, Don't Cook Your Goose

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A plastic pot with a lid that pivoted on either side. The lid was divided into I think six areas, like a pie, numbered 1 through 6. You had several plastic colored geese and I think the numbers were chosen by either cards or a dice. Each turn, you had to place a goose on the lid in the spot chosen by chance. If there became too many geese on one side, the lid would tip and all the geese would fall into the pot, thus ending the game.
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Ted - February 05, 2014 - Report this comment
I had this game. Enjoyed it. Wish it was still available.
Danni - October 04, 2015 - Report this comment
Still have the one from 1970
Rob Lambert - October 04, 2015 - Report this comment
The 1970 Sears Wishbook priced this game at $2.75, similarly priced with other Schaper games like Ants in the Pants and Don't Break the Ice, all under three dollars.
jessica - January 17, 2018 - Report this comment
looking for one of these games!! email

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