Pictionary, also known as Pictionary: The Game of Video Quick Draw, is a NES puzzle game, written by Software Creations Ltd., and released by LJN Toys Ltd., and Pictionary Incorporated in 1990. Players may play in up to four teams of unlimited players. This game is also notable for having an 8-bit rendition of Another One Bites
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[1989 game show]
Pictionary was a children`s game show based on the board game of the same name, in which two teams of three children competed in a drawing game for prizes. This version was hosted by Brian Robbins, and aired during the summer of 1989. The show was distributed by MCA TV, and was a production of Barry & Enright Productions. T
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[1997 game show]
Pictionary was an American television game show which aired in syndication during the 1997–1998 season. The game was based on the board game, where contestants guessed words and phrases based on drawings, and was hosted by Alan Thicke. The show was produced by Kline & Friends (who previously produced Win, Lose or Draw, a
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Pictionary is a guessing word game designed by Robert Angel and first published in 1985 by Seattle Games Inc. Hasbro has been the publisher since 1994. The game is played with teams with players trying to identify specific words from their teammates` drawings. ==Objective== Each team moves a piece on a game board formed by a sequence of squares. .
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Pictionary is a word guessing game. The term can also refer to several derivatives of the original game: ...
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