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# 00000 - 1996 - Girls' 20 Questions game UG $19.95
                               Excellent Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1996 - Girls' 20 Questions game UG $17.95
                               Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1996 - Girls' 20 Questions game UG $15.95
                                Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

# 03562 - 1996 - Girls' 20 Questions game UG $12.95
                               Clearance Condition (excellent game, missing 2 cards)

Girls' 20 Questions game
©1996, University Games
Ages: 7 to 14
Players: 2 or more
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Game Contents
DESCRIPTION - from the game
Girls' 20 Questions is the first game for girls that gives them the credit
they deserve for being smart.  Girls love it because it's fast and exciting;
moms (and dads too!) love it because it challenges girls to think while
they have fun.  Each round round features a new mystery identity - a
person, place or thing that appeals to girls.  As players listen to a series
of clues, each clue reveals more about the mystery identity.  The trick is
to solve the identity in the fewest clues - the fewer clues needed, the
farther  players advance.
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1 Game board
150 Cards
4 Question mark pawns
25 Chips
20 Red chips
5 Blue chips
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