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Quiz about Games and Toys and their pieces
Quiz about Games and Toys and their pieces

Games and Toys and their pieces. Quiz

Match the game with the item used in the game.

A matching quiz by bigjohnsludge. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
9 / 10
Top 35% Quiz
Last 3 plays: konway (10/10), Guest 73 (10/10), Guest 173 (8/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Aircraft Carrier   
  The Game of Life
2. Chance Card  
  Easy Bake Oven
3. Cake pan  
  Mouse Trap
4. Funny bone  
5. Candle stick  
6. Cheese card  
  Don't Break the Ice
7. Plastic hammer  
8. Tiny car token  
9. Pocket knife  
10. Pop-O-Matic  

Select each answer

1. Aircraft Carrier
2. Chance Card
3. Cake pan
4. Funny bone
5. Candle stick
6. Cheese card
7. Plastic hammer
8. Tiny car token
9. Pocket knife
10. Pop-O-Matic

Most Recent Scores
Oct 02 2023 : konway: 10/10
Sep 23 2023 : Guest 73: 10/10
Sep 21 2023 : Guest 173: 8/10
Sep 19 2023 : Guest 47: 5/10
Sep 17 2023 : cdecrj: 6/10
Sep 16 2023 : Robert907: 8/10
Sep 12 2023 : Guest 71: 10/10
Sep 09 2023 : Midget40: 8/10
Sep 07 2023 : PatL81: 8/10

Score Distribution

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Aircraft Carrier

Answer: Battleship

The game Battleship was played as a paper and pencil game as far back as World War I. The plastic board game version was introduced by Milton Bradley in 1967. Players place their ships on a game grid and opposing players try to guess the positions of the ships by guessing squares in the grid. If a player guesses a square that a ship is straddling, it's a "hit".

The game continues until all ships on one of the two sides are destroyed.
2. Chance Card

Answer: Monopoly

A predecessor of the game Monopoly with essentially the same principles was first introduced in the U.S. in 1903. In 1935 Parker Brothers published the game in the version that we know today.
3. Cake pan

Answer: Easy Bake Oven

The Easy Bake Oven was introduced in 1963 by Kenner Toys. Children are able to cook a variety of foods by placing them in a toy oven with an incandescent light bulb as the heat source. The Easy Bake Oven is one of Kenner's most successful toys and is still being sold in stores.
4. Funny bone

Answer: Operation

"Operation" was introduced by Milton Bradley in 1964. Players try to remove parts from the patient with metal tweezers. The area around the part to be removed is surrounded by metal and if the tweezers touch the metal, the patient's nose lights up and a loud buzzer goes off. If the nose and buzzer go off, your turn is then over.
5. Candle stick

Answer: Clue

"Clue" was released by Parker Bros. in 1949. To play, a suspect, room, and weapon card are chosen while the cards are upside-down and placed in a packet so no player can see them. The players are then dealt the remaining cards with suspects, weapons, and rooms. Players also have a paper listing all the rooms, weapons, and suspects. Players move from room to room on the board and through a process of elimination, try to guess the murderer, the weapon used, and room the murder took place.
6. Cheese card

Answer: Mouse Trap

"Mousetrap" was introduced by Ideal in 1963. The object of the game is to move mice around a game board while putting together a mechanical mouse trap, piece by piece, in the center of the board. When the trap is complete, and a player's mouse is on the correct spot, the trap is activated and that player wins.
7. Plastic hammer

Answer: Don't Break the Ice

Don't Break the Ice was introduced in 1968 by Scharper Toys. The object of the game is to knock out cubes of ice with a hammer without causing the whole ice platform to collapse. If the little man on the ice falls through, you lose.
8. Tiny car token

Answer: The Game of Life

"The Game of Life" was created by Milton Bradley in 1860 with the original title of "The Checkered Game of Life". The game tries to simulate a person's whole life experiences from school, jobs, marriage, having children, and all the way to retirement.
9. Pocket knife

Answer: Mumblety-peg

Mumblety-peg, or mumbley-peg is an outdoor game usually played with a pocket knife. First, a two to four inch wooden peg is driven into the ground. The players then begin flipping the knife in a specific order trying to get the knife to stick into the ground blade first. The player that is last to complete all the required flips must pull the peg out of the ground with his teeth.
10. Pop-O-Matic

Answer: Trouble

"Trouble" was introduced in 1965 by Kohner Toys. Players push the "Pop-o-Matic" dome that has a die in it, and move around the board. Players must get all of their pieces into the safe row to win.
Source: Author bigjohnsludge

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This quiz is part of series Bigjohnsludge's Kid Stuff:

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  1. Name the Game Very Easy
  2. Name the Game II Average
  3. Name the Game III Average
  4. Name the Game IV Average
  5. Toys from back in the 1960s Tough
  6. Games and Toys and their pieces. Easier

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