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You may not believe in UFOs, but have you ever wondered how many Americans do? That's one of the trivia questions you can tackle with "Wits & Wagers Party," a crowd-pleasing game for four to 20 players, kids 10 and up included. It works like this: The game poses a question and everyone answers, then they turn those answers up for opponents to consider and players decide who probably had the best answer. Points and bragging rights to those who can spot a winner. $29.99.
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