The 1999 version involves different game play and an electronic phone, which players use to receive clues from their mystery prom date.
The 2005 version is a remake of the classic Mystery Date and does not include the electronic phone.
They also do a nice annual limited edition Christmas puzzle. BOX — 9/10 Like Jumbo and Ravensburger, Falcon boxes are a traditional rectangular shape, about 10″ x 14″.The boxes are very, very sturdy, both top and bottom, and should hold up well for many years. The back of the box is not blank, but it doesn’t have any information particular to this puzzle or artist.Among its products were Monopoly, Cluedo (licensed from the British publisher and known as Clue in North America), Sorry!, Risk, Trivial Pursuit, Ouija, Aggravation, Bop It and Probe. Parker's philosophy deviated from the prevalent theme of board game design; he believed that games should be played for enjoyment and did not need to emphasize morals and values.Because games and puzzles are their passion—and their sole focus.
And they back this selection up with award-winning service.
They also carry some of the most difficult to find games & puzzles—the kind only a chosen few like to play.
Why do they have such a large variety of games and puzzles when others only supply a few of the most popular ones?
Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.
Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts.
There is also a High School Musical version of the game.