Hasbro Family Game Night – Operation (With Giveaway)


Just in time for the long family weekend is this new surprise from my ever favorite HASBRO toy.

Each bonding time with my family is more precious than the previous one. And so I make it a point that the whole family will enjoy the day. I think of activities and all other ways that will make the memory last more than a day. Isn’t it so nice to reminisce those times and top one over the others with all the fun and laughter, the mouth watering meal, the love felt by everyone.

Through the years, it’s always been with Hasbro. Monopoly, Scrabble, Bop It, Candy Land and the list goes on. So it’s not surprising to say that just recently, it’s still Hasbro with the all new Operation.

operation by Hasbro  Hasbro Operation silly

Operation Silly is a skill game that helps develop recognition for kids. It also assists in enhancing and retaining memory both for the young and the old. This toy gives you funny sounds that even small kids are interested to join the game. With Silly Billy, you get to guess what the patient’s illness is. Based from the sound produced, you will have to diagnose where that sound is coming from, which will be the ailment Billy needs healed. Thirteen varying sounds can be heard, such as croaking frog, buzzer, flushing toilet, burp, laughter, bell, stretching rubber etc.

hasbro game operation

how to play operation game

Hasbro Operation

With the provided tweezer, player will have to guess what that sound is for and where in all 24 parts of the body of Bill is it locate for the player to pull and let heal. When you did it right and pressed bills nose, a TA-DA sound for success will be heard. But if it’s wrong, a warning bell will sound. It is a dream coming true for my daughter, the pretty little doctor of the house.

operation game

Silly Billy is operated with four (4) AAA batteries (not included). The tiny fun-atomies are provided with and may be kept at the pull-out storage. Game-board is such a nice toy to keep. It is played by my daughter when she’s alone, and it is played also by a group of friends. Children from 5 year olds and onwards go gaga over this Operation Billy that Hasbro produced. It actually may be given to younger ones if in constant supervision due to small parts. But if they do, them hearing the sounds and playing with it is another blatant success for Hasbro’s obvious goal: to give the best toys to the children.

Let your kid have one and agree that this is yet another great idea of a fun toy that can give a good head start to a nice bonding times.


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  1. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I visited Hasbro and must claim Monopoly as the favorite board game since I remember playing as a kid myself, then with my son.

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  3. bina edwards says:

    we have monopoly in the reg edition plus the spongebob one that we have in the camper as we play it during the summer a lot

  4. Lisa KH says:

    Please disregard the post I made at 10:51am on Feb. 29 (#220). It’s the wrong link – I posted my tweet for “Guess Who” in error. Sorry for the mix-up.

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