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(CBS 21 Harrisburg)   Here are some odd and funny pandemic-proof games for the holidays. Knock yourself out   (local21news.com) divider line
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2020-10-20 9:18:12 AM  
I will stick to my classic video games. Thank you.
 
2020-10-20 9:39:09 AM  
I expect a lot of cribbage, canasta, and dominoes.
 
2020-10-20 9:46:53 AM  
ftfa: 'KIDS AGAINST MATURITY: A fill-in-the-blank game for ages 8 and up with some toilet humor for the so-inclined, along with entertaining innuendos'
 
2020-10-20 10:17:27 AM  
None of those games sound particularly interesting to me, YMMV.

I was expecting it to list stuff like Jackbox games that you can play remotely with your friends.
 
2020-10-20 10:26:24 AM  
Looks like someone stumbled a warehouse full of original Trivial Pursuit cards and repackaged them.

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/Still have a Genus Edition in the game cupboard. My parents let me take it when I moved out.
 
2020-10-20 11:12:17 AM  
I want like a good Pub Trivia game on XBox live. I only found Trivial Pursuit, and every time I'm going to win, everyone else quits and I don't get points (how stupid were the programmers to put THAT in???).
 
2020-10-20 11:48:16 AM  
Hide and Seek.  Tried and true.
 
2020-10-20 2:11:22 PM  
I've been playing knock myself out for most of the pandemic.  It's can be a lot of fun but picking up the pieces the next day can be awkward...really kinda depends upon where I decide to play.
 
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