WILDWORDS FAMOUS GAMES QUIZ

Can you spot the words and their players from just the first two plays?

Remember that an asterisk or flipped tile on a yellow turn-to-wild square can represent one or a series of letters, and can have different representations in different directions.

Answers at the bottom of the page.

Game 1: (Hint: Prosecuter plays first, then a president.)



Game 2: (Hint: first play was a vegetable but was misspelled and removed after a challenge in this game of VP candidates.)



Game 3: (Single player practicing against himself.)



Game 4: (Hint: executives at famous company.)



Game 5:
(Hint: same group but different circumstances.)



For the following, name the movie that made these games famous.

Game 6:
(Hint: 60's classic)



Game 7:
(Hint: unusually long word)



Game 8:





ANSWERS:

Game 1: Archibald Cox plays CROOK. Nixon plays NOT.

Game 2: Dan Quayle's play of POTATOE was challenged and removed. Lloyd Bentsen plays IMPOSTOR in line with "You are no Jack Kennedy.".

Game 3: Al Gore practicing against himself plays CHAD and HANGING.

Game 4: Four Enron executives plan company strategy CHEAT, GREED, DENIABILITY, and BAMBOOZLE.

Game 5: Same excecutives demonstrate game to curious shareholders: FANTASTIC, FUTURE, INVESTMENT, SECURITY.

Game 6: Cool Hand Luke -- PROBLEM IN COMMUNICATION

Game 7: Mary Poppins -- SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS

Game 8: Legent of the Sierra Madre -- STINKIN BADGES (respelled correctly)




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