WOW!! THE SOUGHT AFTER: Don't tip the Waiter 3-Dimensional game by Colorforms!! A 3-Dimensional game made out of cardboard.
Excellent condition (it is missing one of the little plates; only 33 of the 34 plates are present).
The cardboard waiter pieces in great shape.
Don't Tip the Waiter is an skilled action, balancing game for 2-4 players ages 4 and up.
Made first by Colorforms in 1979.
The object of Don’t Tip The Waiter was to stack as many dishes on the waiter’s tray, one player at a time, without tipping him. The player, who does tip the waiter, has to tip the waiter by placing a Colorforms dollar in his hand. When you’re out of money, you’re out of the game.
Colorforms, invented by Harry and Patricia Kislevitz, refer to a general type of vinyl adhesive toy set produced under the Colorforms brand. Founded in 1951, Colorforms is one of the oldest and best-known brands in the toy industry. It was the very first plastic-based creative toy, and one of the first toys ever advertised on television.
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