At the Movies - the Movie Association Game!
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The game begins with a movie related post. The next post should be associated to the previous ...
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The game begins with a movie related post. The next post should be associated to the previous post in some way.
Related posts could include names of movies, actors/actresses, similar types of movies, etc. Creative or original responses make the game more interesting, just be sure you can associate your response to the previous post.
The possibilities are endless - that's what makes this a great game!
You can explain your response if it isn't obvious - just be sure your answer is movie related.
Taking a moment to read the last few responses can help prevent the same associations over and over. For example, if someone posts Chevy Chase, the next post is Funny Farm, then someone posts Chevy Chase again, the game ends up going in circles.
Also, make sure you are responding to the very last post in the thread. Sometimes the pages don't load completely and you won't see the last posts. If you hit refresh the page can reload. Or you can use the threaded view to see the last response.
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