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Brain-o-matic Game

board game

The year 1998 saw the introduction of a new twist on trivia games. Brain-o-matic game comes with a battery-powered plastic "brain" which chooses the category of question for the player. And the game attempts to breach the age barrier--a problem in trivia games--by including three levels of difficulty on every question card. Various board setbacks, such as "brain freeze--lose a turn" carry brain themes.

  • Manufacturer: DaMert Company
  • Material: printed paper | cardstock | plastic
  • Origin: Berkeley, CA
  • Style: trivia
  • Object ID: 114.6752
  • Credit Line: Gift of G. Rollie Adams
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