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TriBond

board game

Game historian and entrepreneur Tim Walsh developed the board game TriBond along with Ed Muccini and Dave Yearick in 1989. Many versions of the game, as well as spin-off merchandise such as a calendar, exist today. In TriBond, players are given three related words and they must figure out the relationship. TriBond Epic II Edition appeared in 1990, the year TriBond received a Mensa Select Winner award.

  • Inventor: Tim Walsh
  • Manufacturer: Patch Products, Inc.
  • Material: printed cardstock | plastic | cardboard
  • Style: trivia | language
  • Object ID: 112.5873
  • Credit Line: Gift of Victoria Gray
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