Retro The Art game
©1993, Oxford Games
Ages: 12 and Up
Players: 4 to 10
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# 04931 - 1993 Retro The Art game Oxford Games $24.95
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# 00000 - 1993 Retro The Art game Oxford Games $21.95
                                 Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1993 Retro The Art game Oxford Games $19.95
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Game Contents
1 Game board (pallet-shaped)
3 Boxes of 210 questions
70 Red questions
70 Blue questions
70 Yellow questions
1 60-Second sand timer
12 Playing pieces
(each is a painting reproduction)
4 Plastic stands
1 Drawing pad
1 Pencil
1 Standard 6-sided die
Rules
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DESCRIPTION
The object of Retro The Art Game is to be the first team to
acquire three blue cards, three red cards and three yellow cards by
answering questions concerning the world of art.  The player who
reads the question may then help his/her team mates to answer the
question by sketching clues (no verbal or mimed assistance is
allowed!). As he/she sketches, the rest of the team may call out
what they think the/she is trying to portray until they manage to
guess correctly, or until time runs out.
The Art Game
Where Everyone Makes Their Mark
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