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Rainy days getting you down? Check the closet and blow the dust off those old, tried and true games from your youth. Just make sure all the pieces are there.
I’m Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky, Geeky, Nerdy trivia podcast. Every week we bring you thirty trivia questions about some dorky, geeky, or nerdy topic. This week, we’re rolling the dice with classic board games. By classic, we’re talking about games that are at least forty to fifty years old.
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OK. Got everything? If you’re short on dice, check the Yahtzee box.
The Dorky Round
4. What board game was turned into a movie starring Tim Curry, Christopher Lloyd, and Madeline Kahn?
8. Dating back nearly 5000 years, what board game requires players to move their fifteen chips over 24 long triangles?
The Geeky Round
1. What board game had a 'Master Detective' version that included Poison, a Carriage House, and Sgt Grey?
The Nerdy Round
10. What game became a success after it was played by Eva Gabor and Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show in 1966?
OK. That’s the game. You know the rules. Loser has to pick up the pieces.
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I hope you had fun and you’re inspired to grab an old game and have some friends over for a game night.
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