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The Game of Jaws

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The Game of Jaws

The Game of Jaws is a 1975 board game by Ideal. The game is based on the blockbuster of the same name. Today, the game is very rare and is a valuable collector's item.

Game

Jaws features a Jaws toy as well as 13 junk pieces. The junks pieces are things like tires, human skulls, etc.

Gameplay

The players put all of the junk pieces in the shark's mouth. Afterwards each player takes out of Jaws's mouth with a gaff hook. The first player to successfully remove four junk pieces wins. However, if a player takes a wrong move, Jaws's mouth will snap shut. If only two players are playing, the final player to successfully remove five junk pieces wins.

External links

  • boardgamegeek.com review


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