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New Eye Guess: Bill Cullen's NBC TV Game

board game

A board game based on the popular television show of the same name. Two players are shown eight answers for eight seconds, then they are covered. One player answers questions by giving the number covering the appropriate answer. A player continues to answer questions until he or she misses. Eye Guess is called if the answer is not one of the eight on the board. 100 points wins the game, and the right to collect prizes in an "avoid the hiding bad guy" bonus game. Typical of games derived from popular television, the box features a large portrait of the show's MC, Bill Cullen.

  • Manufacturer: Milton Bradley Company
  • Material: printed cardboard | plastic
  • Origin: Salem, MA
  • Licenser: NBC
  • Style: trivia
  • Object ID: 109.17897
  • Credit Line: Gift of Gail DeLuca Dowler
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