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What do you mean you’re having a party without a Rick and Morty game?! Are some Glip-Glops from the third dimension going to come over and play cards or something? Sounds boring. But you know what’s not boring? Trivial Pursuit: Rick and Morty Edition.
In this otherworldly version of Trivial Pursuit, you and at least one other person will battle it out to see who knows the most about Rick and Morty. With 600 questions to solve and no one to hand you a portal gun to the answer, you’ll have to defy logic to finish with a perfect score. Unless you think you know everything there is to know about the series. In that case, the six categories should be a walk through Anatomy Park! Which are as follows: Frienemies, Technology and Science, Locations, Rick and the Family, History and Events, and a Wubalubadubdub Wild Card category.
This Rick and Morty game is approved for ages 17+ and has an average play time of a half-hour (or about the length of an episode). It’s available on Amazon for $19.37 and eligible for free two-day shipping with a Prime membership. So as Rick would say, “It’s time to get riggity-riggity-wrecked, son!”
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