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Candystand mini golf, by Lifesavers

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Candystand mini golf, by Lifesavers

r/nostalgia - Candystand mini golf, by Lifesavers
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· 4y

Used to have candy stand bowling tournament in home room every morning

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· 4y
  1. Link

  2. Nostalgia overload

  3. Really great game, got very competitive, probably would be an astronaut if I didn't waste so much time playing this.

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level 1
· 4y

Been a while since mine eyes have beheld this.

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level 1
· 4y

That website was always blocked at my school.

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level 1
· 4y

I literally just tried to play this tonight. I go back and play it about once a year. But the site is down now and it's some sort of publishers clearing house site now.

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· 4y

I don't have the link on hand, but someone put the game files on their own website. It's totally playable!

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