Boomer Trivia Game About The ’50s, ’60s and ’70s
BOOM AGAIN: The pop culture trivia game that takes players on a nostalgic road trip through the best memories from the Baby Boom era: from poodle skirts to mini skirts; The Twist to Disco; I Love Lucy to SNL; and hopscotch to protest marches. The kind of trivia that brings the era to life.
PARTY PERFECT: Baby Boomer’s always loved hanging out together. Boom Again is the new game that lets you reconnect and hangout again. Playing on teams makes it easy to play and fun to work out the answers with your teammates. Even a partial memory triggers an avalanche of conversation and laughter.
POP CULTURE TRIVIA: Not an S.A.T. test – 2200 questions stir fond memories of all the shared experiences of growing up in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. The things we all heard and saw, the school experiences, even stuff we learned on the street. It’s not exactly trivia, since we already lived the answers.
AN AUTHENTIC BOOMER VOICE: A party game by Boomers, for Boomers. Created by a team led by Brian Hersch (inventor of the famous games Taboo and Outburst), this game took 4 years of fine tuning to get just right. It celebrates Boomers, with a smiling nod to our past and a tip of our Mickey Mouse ears.
REAL BOOMER FUN: Our goal was to deliver fun AND quality in every way. From our “cigar box” package, to the extraordinary tactile tokens – like a metal skate key and a 45-RPM Record Insert – everything included was designed to deliver smiles and laughter. Boom Again – you’re gonna have fun, fun, fun.
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From the creator of Taboo, Outburst, and Super Scattergories, comes the perfect gift for the 80 million Boomers — Boom Again, a pop-culture trivia board game aimed directly at the Boomer generations who lived the answers.
Boom Again draws people together and takes them on an enjoyable nostalgic journey of their youth by drawing on questions from 50s, 60s & 70s advertising slogans and jingles, politics and social movements, movies, music, and television.
The more than 2200 questions in Boom Again are even framed into relatable Boomer categories, including:
Things We Heard
Things We Saw
Stuff We Learned on the Street
Things We Learned in School
In The News
The game comes in a “cigar box” just like the ones Baby Boomers used to stash their prized possessions. Game tokens are full-sized authentic touchstones from the Baby Boom era, such as a metal skate key, a “Students for Kennedy” metal election button, a metal dog tag, a yellow plastic 45 rpm record insert, a roach clip and more.