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A Game of Outrageous Quotes: Out of Context

board game

The 1980s seemed ripe for card games that involve some kind of trivia or guessing. Many of these were likely inspired by the runaway success of the game Trivial Pursuit, which appeared in 1981. In "Out of Context, A Game of Outrageous Quotes," players must guess the real quote from a series of alternative "fake" ones. Like many of the trivia-based games from this period, the game became dated rather quickly.

ManufacturerWestern Publishing Company, Inc.
Materialprinted cardstock | printed paper | cardboard
OriginRacine, WI
Styletrivia
Object ID115.372
Credit LineGift of Sharon Symonds Campbell

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