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Donut Drop

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Original Price $19.99
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Remember when you would stay home sick from school and watch The Price is Right with Bob Barker? Those were the days. Anyway, this game is like Plinko with donuts.

Have your students call out, “DROP!” and hit the spacebar. Watch the donut bounce around and hope that it lands in a box at the bottom. If your students are able to get three donuts in a box, they’re the winners. This is a super easy, no-step game that’s perfect for any occasion!

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  • Instructions
  • Instructions:

    • Just hit the spacebar to drop a donut. If you want to slow down time, hit the enter key on your keyboard. When you want to return to normal speed, hit the enter key again. That's it! Super easy! 
    • Gameplay: Like most (if not all) of our games, you can make up the rules and gameplay. 
    • Here's how a basic game would work: Select a few students to compete. One by one, have them yell, "Drop!" when they want their donut to drop. Just have the person, who is operating the computer, hit the spacebar. 
      • The small pan is worth 10 points. The two medium pans are worth 5 points each. Finally, the two large pans are worth 3 points each. Allow each student to drop 3 donuts. The person with the most points wins! 
      • Note: The more donuts on the floor means the better chance someone has to make theirs in a pan. So, you can either allow each person to drop 3 donuts, but everyone has to take turns dropping one donuts at a time, or you can have someone drop their three donuts, add up their score, then hit "r" on the keyboard to clear the donuts for the next person. Otherwise, the person, who is last to drop their donuts, will have a huge advantage over other donut droppers. 
      • Another note: Just like in real life, carrying too many donuts at once will slow you down. For the best performance, avoid having more than 10 donuts bouncing around at the same time.