This tongue-in-cheek bingo board game is a pop-cultural time capsule, which celebrates and relives the 90’s in all its tacky glory.
Name a more 90’s-esque pastime than bingo This flat-pack bingo game is a flashback to the iconic pop-cultural moments of the, like, totally greatest decade ever. Yes, this is history at its most irreverent.
Any millennial will say that the ’90s were the best decade–even though many were still in diapers at the time. Regardless, and putting the whole 90’s-kid debate aside for a moment, they’re right. Much of 90’s culture dictates ours today. Without Friends or Seinfeld, would our world still turn? If Nirvana hadn’t made it big, would grunge have ever reached the masses? Would any of us be prepared for adulthood without first raising a Tamagotchi. We doubt it, and this bingo game just about proves it.
With twelve randomised bingo cards, and sixty-four tokens with 90’s-centric flavour, this game can keep you and your friends playing all night long. (This box set contains a game board, 16 bingo cards, 48 tokens, 150 counters and detailed game instructions.)
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