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Hard to play, no continuity or instructions that make sense. Buy it at a yard sale this summer for a quarter, but pass on it now. This has limited game play i would say once at most. My wife and I quit playing it after two hours of trying to figure out why there is a game board, and why the clue cards exist at all. We are in our early thirties, love the show, and are not technologically challenged. But this game is a mix of playing 1980's pong style games with less of a point and less of a mental challenge. I don't know what I need to continue and say more but I need 10 lines so...DON'T BOTHER WITH THIS GAME. Watch the show, but avoid this waste of money and time at all costs.
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