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Review: Knock Knock Game

Review: Knock Knock GamePublisher: Milton BradleyYear: 1982Tagline: If you know “Who’s There”, you’ll win the Game!Players: 2 to 4 how we met I stumbled onto Knock Knock Game in the clearance cave of Noble Knights games in the Madison area, which makes the game $2? $3? Thrift price. I was dreading playing after looking through […]

Review: Spitting Image

Review: Spitting ImagePublisher: Parker BrothersYear: 1984Players: 2 to 6Tagline: THE GAME OF SCANDAL how we met Since my sister moved to the area, I frequent Madison quite a bit, and Noble Knight Games has a clearance cave that I rarely leave without four or five games in tow. My very first visit I found Spitting […]

Review: FIBBER!

Review: FIBBER!Publisher: Maruca Industries, Inc.Year: 1986Tagline: The game that makes it fun to fib!Players: 2 to 4 how we met FIBBER! was a recent post-pandemic purchase of mine at thrift. Bill was okay with the purchase because FIBBER! can maybe sell for a few bucks online (not much, but a few). I was happy with […]

Review: Chicken Out

Review: Chicken OutPublisher: Parker BrothersYear: 1988Tagline: “Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?” Game how we met I found Chicken Out for the first time for $5 at a flea market, but the seller would not let me open it and did not know if it was complete. I also didn’t totally want to carry […]

Review: Personal Preference

Review: Personal PreferencePublisher: Broderbund GamesYear: 1987Tagline: You’re in the spotlight… how we met I played Personal Preference years ago but hadn’t seen it for quite a long time. Then I met the Thrifting Minions in the Milwaukee area! Courtney is a very keen fan of Personal Preference. She found a fabulous copy at thrift one […]

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