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Trivia game and method of playing

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6761358.

A game comprises a system wherein points are awarded for each matching identification of a work from a body of works associated with a personality, preferably a movie in which a particular actor appeared. Players move along a pathway according to the roll of a die. Each position on the pathway provides an instruction for drawing a card on which the picture of an actor or their name appears. The player identifies as many of the actor's works as possible within an allowed time. Optionally, an instruction will cause a player to miss a turn or to draw a card enabling the opportunity to earn bonus points. Alternate embodiments of the game may include any genre in which a body of works can be credited to a personality. Further, the game may be played on alternate game interfaces, such as a computer.

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