Hasbro is joining the like of Cards Against Humanity, by injecting some of their classic board games with a healthy does of adult-relevant humor. Five well-known Hasbro games will be seeing brand new parody versions releasing later this year.
According to People, Clue, The Game of Life, Mystery Date, Sorry!, and Operation will all be receiving a more modern update and hilarious parody titles. Classics, like Clue and Life, are changed to Clue: What Happened Last Night? Lost in Vegas, and Game of Life: Quarter Life Crisis. In addition to the name changes, the rules and game play have been tweaked as well. The new Clue has players finding their missing friend in Vegas, after a crazy night of partying. Mystery Date: Catfished, on the other hand, has players navigating through the perils of online dating.
These hilarious parody games can make the perfect gift for the upcoming holiday season. The games will be available exclusively at Target, starting October 1.
Will you be picking up one of these clever parody games?
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