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3 Board games perfect for the pop-culture junkie

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Do you have a pop-culture junkie on your shopping list this year? These three board games are the perfect gift to put their knowledge to the test!

Any pop-culture junkie will have a blast playing these board games.

1

The Logo Board Game

The logo board game

The Logo app took the mobile world by storm last year, and the board game version is now available in stores. You see brands and labels every day, but how much of it do you really remember? Put your memory to the test as you challenge your knowledge of brands, products and slogans. Packed with slogans, incomplete pictures and plenty of fun trivia, this game is perfect for anyone ages 12 and up. For two to six players. (Walmart, $22)

2

Loaded Questions: Pop Culture

Loaded questions board game

How well do you know your friends and family? Find out with Loaded Questions: Pop Culture. The game asks each player a series of pop culture-related questions, such as, "If you ran a celebrity zoo, who would be your star attraction?" and, "Which millionaire would you like to get a Christmas check from?" Once everyone has selected their answers, it's time to figure out which players said what. (Amazon, $10)

3

Trivial Pursuit DVD: Pop Culture 2

Trivial Pursuit DVD: Pop Culture 2

Pop-culture junkies who find the original version of Trivial Pursuit dry and boring will love the latest version, Trivial Pursuit DVD: Pop Culture 2. The basic premise of the game is the same: move around the board answering trivia questions and try to fill up the "pie" with your winnings. In this game, however, the questions about history, geography and literature are no more. Instead, you'll be asked about music, movies, TV, celebrities, sports, fads, trends and more. This version also adds a fun, pop-worthy twist: some of the questions will be asked from a DVD instead of a card. (Sears, $25)

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