But like all anthropomorphic ice cream cones, “Oops” shivers when he gets cold. That means that “Oops” will shake at any given time during the game. This feature offers an exciting — and surprising — aspect to an already challenging task. Play continues until the tower of scoops topples over, and the player who causes the tower to fall is out of the game.
Kids can enjoy Oops Scoops at one of two difficulty levels, each of which are determined by the size of the opening on their base ice cream scoop. If players want a more difficult gameplay experience, they can opt for a base scoop with a wider opening at the top. The extra room will allow their scoop tower to wiggle more, making the game that much more challenging.
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