Saved By The Bell Game from Pressman Toys RING! Class is back in session at Bayside High School! You’ll be reaching “squad goals” with Zack, Jessie, Kelly, Slater, Lisa, and Screech as you hit the school hallways or visit The Max, your favorite café hangout. In the official Saved by the Bell Game, you’ll relive the classic 90’s sitcom and the unforgettable episodes. Whether you identified as a troublemaker like Zack, a jock like Slater, a nerd like Screech, a beauty queen like Kelly, a fashionista like Lisa or a straight-A student like Jessie – there’s something for everyone to channel their high school self! To begin, select your favorite player to travel throughout this retro-90s gameboard visiting various locations such as homeroom, Zach’s room, and more.
Your homework assignment: Be the first player to collect one of each Character Card or 3 Character Cards of the same player. Once you spin “View a Scene,” you’ll have a few seconds to glance at snapshots of classic scenes from the show. Be prepared to answer random questions. So, study up and don’t flunk this memory test to win a Character Card!
If you spin a number, you must move your character that number of spaces on the board. You can land on “Time Out” and steal from your fellow players. You’ll even receive your own Yearbook to collect your Character Cards, but don’t doodle on Zack you must be focused to get an A+! Once you’ve collected one card of each Character or three cards of a single Character, you’ve won the game and you’ve been Saved by the Bell!
My Opinion: I used to watch Saved by the Bell Saturday mornings and it was a blast playing as I had to rely on my memory to answer questions about the card I saw.
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