Hot Wheels City Toxic Snake Strike

Brand: Mattel
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GTT93
 

A massive cobra oozes green Slime from its fangs in the Hot Wheels Toxic Snake Strike play set while kids launch Hot Wheels cars through it and try to land on one of two buttons that will destroy it – 1 Hot Wheels car is included


​Cars shoot out of the cobra's mouth and ideally land either the cobra's eggs or the meltdown button, both of which topple the foe


​Cars not moving fast enough get stuck in the Slime and have to start over


​Play set includes a container of reusable green Slime, which can be poured into the snake's head for it to drip through its fangs and onto cars waiting at the set's "electric plant"


​Features performance push-around-play with a recognizable nemesis for a gift that kids 5 years old and older love

The Hot Wheels® Toxic Snake Strike™ play set presents an epic obstacle when kids launch their Hot Wheels® vehicle through a toxic cobra whose fangs drip with green Slime. Cars not moving fast enough can get stuck, but those with the right boost will stunt through the goo and land on one of two buttons that defeat the nemesis. Play set includes a reusable container of Slime to make the experience even more exciting as well as one 1:64 scale Hot Wheels® car. Compatible with single or multi-car play and connects to other sets (sold separately). Delightfully slimy for kids five years old and older. Colors and decorations may vary.

More Information
Barcode 0887961920888
Weight (kg) 1.380000
Manufacturer Mattel
Mpn GTT93
Safety Warning Warning. Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts which can be ingested and/or inhaled. Choking hazard. Colours and styles may vary from those shown on the packaging. Please remove all packaging attachments, and any other components wh
Assorted Design No
Tags Hot Wheels
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