civil lore! game$30.00
- the story
Did you know that the Johnny Cash song "A Boy named Sue" was written by Where the Sidewalk Ends author Shel Silverstein? Or that in the movie E.T. the camera lens rarely went above 4-feet 8-inches off the ground to show the world from a child's view? These are just two examples of the kind of American culture trivia questions in this interesting and educational game Civil Lore. The categories of the game are Secret Natures, Town Halls, Country Roads, Modern Airwaves, Urban Scenes and Futurescapes. Basically, the goal of the game is to stake your flag in all six sections, but the game has fun twists and turns along the way. Guaranteed to surprise and entertain all the players, Civil Lore is a great game of everyday knowledge and of our nation's quirky past. Made in the USA.
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- plastic, cardboard
- box: 10.5 L" x 10.5" W x 3.5" H
- Teens and Adults. 2 to 6 players, 1 to 2 hrs of play. 220 civil lore cards, 110 cannon fodder cards.
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