Trivia Chicken: Heroes and Villains

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Trivia Chicken, Mar 10, 2011 - 98 pages
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Trivia Chicken is a trivia game fully contained in a 5.25 inch x 8 inch trade paperback, including around 125 questions. Only pens and paper are otherwise needed to play the game. The game is expected to take around 2 hours and can be shortened if the players agree to skip sorties.This edition of the game, Heroes & Villains, contains trivia questions that are intended for American adults, therefore some subject matter may not be as familiar to other consumers. We continue to develop games in a variety of languages and cultural points-of-view. If there is a game you would like to see, we would love to hear from you at suggestions@triviachicken.com.Games in this series include:Volume 1 - Heroes & VillainsVolume 2 - It's Geek to MeVolume 3 - Presidents & PoliticsVolume 4 - People, Places & ThingsVolume 5 - Movies & MediaVolume 6 - Rock & RollVolume 7 - Sports & RecreationVolume 8 - Tools & WeaponsVolume 9 - Women of DistinctionVolume 10 - Love, Sex & RomanceGet Trivia Chicken - Volume 0 - The Free Edition online!on Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/TriviaChickenon the Webhttp://www.triviachicken.comTrivia Chicken on Twitter - @TriviaChicken Do you know...What is Captain Hook's first name?What planet does Ming the Merciless hail from?What muscle car did cult leader David Koresh drive?Which actor has portrayed James Bond in the most films?How many people were killed in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre?Jörmungandr, the Midgard Serpent, is the perennial foe of which legendary figure?Before Andy Garcia, who was cast as Terry Benedict in the 2001 remake of Oceans Eleven?Who became known as The Witch of Buchenwald, collecting the skin of tattooed prisoners?"Intensely competitive, provocative and wildly addictive, Trivia Chicken is, without a doubt, the new platinum standard in trivia games."
 

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