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  • sixtyten
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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/CHUTES-AWAY-CL...item439cc06eae

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  • megsmom1225
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    cant find any on ebay // wonder if anyone would like to sell

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  • Hooper68
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    I've still got a boxed chutes away,it was a great game,I wonder what they're worth nowadays?

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  • sixtyten
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    Originally posted by Gothic View Post
    Thanks Sixtyten, that's the game. Apparently there was a version you could play in the dark, with a little spotlight under the plane to illuminate the targets.
    Yep, That was Night Rescue Chutes Away

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  • Etch-a-sketch
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    Was called Chutes Away

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  • Heather74
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  • Gothic
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    Thanks Sixtyten, that's the game. Apparently there was a version you could play in the dark, with a little spotlight under the plane to illuminate the targets.

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  • Mulletino
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    it was one of those toys that you saw in the Marshall Ward (or Kays) Winter catalogue around xmas time and wish you had.

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  • stevef
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    That looks cool! Wish I'd had that when I was a kid (or now!) Never heard of it before in my life.

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  • sixtyten
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    Yes..but they were not bombs..
    they were parachutes..chutes away!
    Last edited by Heather74; 29-10-2009, 23:25.

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  • Gothic
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    70's game

    I don't know if anyone can help me, I'm trying to remember the name of a game. You had to drop bombs onto targets on a moving map. You looked down through a bomb aimers sight and it became easier as you could memorise the map the more times you played it. I think the map was circular and may have been on a timer, possibly clockwork?
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