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Is it possible to get the rules to Tractor Tipping. we have lost them after only playing once and we don't exactly remember the rules.

Can you email them to the email address below or direct me to a website that has the rules.

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Choose your game piece (Lightning, Sally, Doc Hudson or Mater) and sit ready at the entrance to the field. Place the selection of putty-colored plastic tractor pieces (cute little things, if that matters) on the appropriately marked spaces, put Frank the Combine to sleep on the #6 haystack at the board's center and see that the youngest player goes first, proceeding clockwise.

Players may move in any direction on the board once they've rolled the die, with the object of "tipping" a tractor, thus keeping that tractor in possession for points at the end of the game.

http://www0.epinions.com/review/Mattel_Disney_Pixar_Cars_Cars_Tractor_Tipping_Game/content_413193244292


Other sites:
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/24309

http://service.mattel.com/us/productPopup.asp?id=G9145

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