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The 90's Game


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  • It has 3000 trivia questions
  • Great party game
  • Great gift for anyone above 15 years
  • Test your pop culture knowledge
  • For two to four players or teams
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 3 x 10.5 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B00008W73B
  • Item model number: 4102420
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 15 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #202,264 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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The 90's game features 3,000 questions about memorable 90's pop culture, fads and celebrities. From Seinfeld to friends, to nirvana, to the matrix and to the taco bell Chihuahua, if it happened in the 1990s, it's in the game. Players or teams jump through the decade by answering from 3,000 questions in five categories like music, movies, TV, sports and events. Players opt for favorite categories by moving clockwise or counterclockwise based on the roll of the die. Whoever races to the center of the game board first, wins. It is for two to four players or teams of teenagers and adults, so it's a great party game. The 90's game also makes a great gift for anyone above 15 years.

Product Description

If the word "Titanic" makes you think of Leo DiCaprio and you can remember all of the characters from "Beverly Hills 90210," then this game is for you. A conversational game that's great for parties, it challenges players' knowledge of the 1990s including trends, movies, events, sports, music, pop culture, television and more. Players or teams "jump" through the decade from 1990 to 1999. They can opt for favorite categories by moving clockwise or counterclockwise the number of spaces rolled on the die. When they land on a jump space and answer the question correctly, they jump up to the next year. Whoever makes it to the center of the game board first, wins. Includes a game board and 2 boxes of question/answer cards. For players ages approximately 25 to 45. Made in USA.

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Fun party game!
S. Bennett
This game is great to play before you head out or if you have a bunch of friends over and just want to have a great time reliving the glory days of the 90's.
90's Party Guy
The best part about these games is that the questions aren't too serious or too impossible like Trivial Pursuit.
Hugh Jorgan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By 90's Party Guy on November 19, 2004
I first played this game at my buddy's house over the summer, and after a few questions about Pearl Jam, 90210, MJ, and "Wild" Bill Clinton, I was sold! This game is great to play before you head out or if you have a bunch of friends over and just want to have a great time reliving the glory days of the 90's. The questions are perfect -- not too easy and not too difficult -- so that the game moves at a fun, rapid pace. I'd highly recomend this game to anyone who remembers Jump Around, Melrose Place, Magic Johnson, or Monica Lewinsky. And for those who dont...it's never to late to live the 90's!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kricket on June 5, 2005
If you're like my friends and me and spent your teens and early 20's in the 90's, you'll LOVE this game. Great questions dealing with music, movies, tv, events, and sports. The great thing is that most of the questions really make you think a bit (it's not a super-easy no-brainer like some of the other games out there). We set up 3 teams of 2 and the game took about an hour, hour and a half (obviously, more teams = longer playing time).

This game will definitely be a staple in all of our gaming nights. A sure bet!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Zack Morris on August 3, 2004
I was introduced to the 90's Game over the weekend, and I can honestly say that I am hooked. The format of the game is absolutely perfect, the questions cover the complete social, political, and business issues that were relevant in the 1990's. The length of the game totally depends on how savy you are on your 90's trivia. For a board game the action can get surprisingly intense, and I would consider this a must buy!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 5, 2003
Not only is the 90's Game fun and enjoyable to play, but the questions and answers bring back lasting memories of movies, sports, TV shows and meaningful events from the decade. Correctly answering questions by relating them to personal memories and experiences allows all players to relive their experiences from the 90's. Whether you were a student, young adult or parent during the 90's, this game is sure to invoke sentimental feelings. I highly recommend it for groups of friends and families.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "brianmhunt" on September 30, 2003
The box of The 90's Game reads, "The 90's are Back." Although, I didn't think they'd really been gone all that long - I still had a tough time remembering the diner from "Saved By The Bell" (The Max, by the way). Regardless, this is much more fun than other trivia games, because even though you remember all the shows, music, movies, etc. from the past decade (as opposed to say stuff from the fities and sixties) - the answers lie in the details - which often are just on the tip of your tongue. The last time I played included a mixed group (some trivia buffs some clueless tag-alongs) and there was enough in there to please both sets. Great time had by all.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 25, 2003
After buying and playing the 80s game, I was pysched to learn about the new release of the 90s game. I just bought it and played it with a group of friends and we all loved it. I graduated from high school in '94, and although the 80s game was super fun, my friends and I thought this game's questions were a lot more relevant. The 90s game questions were easy to understand, and as we read more questions, we found ourselves remembering so much of our stupid high school idiosyncrasies and "fetishes"--like who was hotter--Dylan or Brandon?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Denise F Crawford on September 1, 2008
I like the idea of this game as decade-targeted trivia is more fun than the days of general trivia pursuit. Unfortunately, this game lacks in the following areas:

1. Cheap packaging and unimaginative board. When most $30+ games have quality game pieces, cards, etc., the materials that were used for this game represent the bare minimum of what is acceptable for this price-class of game. The game pieces are cheap, plastic posts and the board has little eye-appeal with printing registration problems.

2. While most of the questions are decade-appropriate, about 20% are not. Also, some of the questions are poorly written so the query must be read twice in order to properly communicate what the card is asking. It gives me the feeling that the researchers/card-drafters were on a deadline and really cut corners on many of the questions.

3. Few game cards: Though there are 6 questions per card, there are few cards that come with the game. The package includes two boxes of cards but neither box is full. In fact, when I opened the game for the first time, I had to search for the plastic bag that contained the dice and game markers because they were actually inside one of the card boxes. Once removed, the card box is barely half-full. I don't know if they came out with a booster box for questions but in light of the fact that the game comes with a smaller amount of cards, I anticipate the need for more cards in the near future. The second card box, is also only 60% full.

--> Overall, I think the game is cheap. It's fun to be reminded of a lot of the 90's trivia but on balance, this game leaves a lot to be desired - especially considering the price.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G. S. Walsh on August 25, 2006
This game is the best. We had so much fun playing it. It brought up so many memories and good times. I learned about the other people that were playing and recalled some of t he best times of my life.

What a great game to play with people of all ages. It is a different experience for every generation. The questions are difficult enough and challenging, but not too abstract that no one could possibly answer. It was a genuine blast. Highly recommend the game to everyone!!!!!!!!
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