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WILDER GAMES AND WOWWEE ANNOUNCE THE IMPRATICAL JOKERS GAME

4 Aug - 2020

In partnership with truTV’s series Impractical Jokers, Wilder Games and WowWee announce the Impractical Jokers Game

In partnership with truTV’s series Impractical Jokers, Wilder Games and WowWee announce the Impractical Jokers Game, available now at Target stores nationwide, Target.com and Amazon.

The Impractical Jokers Game (ages 17+) challenges players to prove that they have what it takes to be one of the Jokers! Whether you like pulling off undercover challenges on your friends, or just laughing at hilarious awkward card combinations, this game has something for everyone. In the first phase of the game, players will mess with their unsuspecting friends and family before moving onto phase two, matching uncomfortable scenario cards with hysterical action cards. In the last phase, the loser of phase two is subject to a punishment of epic proportions – just like on the show. Ideal for 3-10 players, the perfect party game to play with friends and family at home or at the office, as well as a great gift for fans of the Impractical Jokers TV show!

The Impractical Jokers: Box of Challenges Game comes complete with 400 game cards and over 15 accessories.

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