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Marketed to girls 6 to 14 years of age, it has been reissued in, and Having played it as a child, Michelle Slatalla of The New York Times in the s retrospectively called the game's premise "politically incorrect". Fromberg, Doris Pronin; Bergen, Doris Nerf Playskool Tiger Electronics Tonka. The date is revealed by spinning the door handle and opening the plastic door on the game board. Calling it an example of "simple, yet ingenious" quality typically associated with Marvin Glass, it is now considered "one of the milton bradley dating sought-after games from the '60s".
Season 4 episode 21, titled "Prank Day", of That '70s Show features the game. In the HBO original series The DeuceEpisode 2, the game is mentioned in a conversation between Candy and her mother; the game is mentioned as an intended thinly-veiled slight to Candy's career as a prostitute.
If the player's outfit does not match the date behind the door, the door is closed and play continues.
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Mystery Date can be played with 2, 3, or 4 players. The New York Times.
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? The game is played on screen in the bookshop "Buy-the-book" on the s sitcom Ellen and is referred to there as "the chick game". Pages using infobox game with unknown parameters.
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The plot uses the game's themes of dating, masculine desirability, and Russian roulette approach to opening a door as a metaphor. In the s game, a "picnic" date replaces the "bowling" date.
The date to be avoided is the poorly dressed "dud". Garland reference library of social science, v. The book Timeless Toys described Mystery Date as if it was the result of crossing "Barbie in all her high-fashion glory with 's biggest game show, Let's Make a Deal ".
The game is parodied in the The Simpsons episode, " Summer of 4 Ft. The game is mentioned in the Disney film The Santa Clause. The object of the game is to acquire a desirable date, while avoiding the "dud". Mystery Date box cover, The game is presented in the Season 5 finale of Pretty Little Liars. Mystery Date Mystery Date box cover,