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Store:  Party Games, Family Games
Edition:  Password
Genre:  TV Game Show

Password Plus

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Ages Players
10+ 4

Manufacturer(s): Milton Bradley

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Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): Milton Bradley

  • Year: 1978

  • Players: 4

  • Ages: 10 and up

  • Weight: 550 grams

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 5 in 1 review

A must have for all game show lovers!!
February 03, 1999

Password Plus was the updated version of Password and was on-air for the first time in the late 1970s. Allen Ludden was the host of the television version. If you remember how it played on tv, you'll love the home version... it plays just the same. This board game includes a game platform with three viewing screens. Each of the screens contains a puzzle consisting of five passwords. If the correct password is given, the screen is pulled down to reveal that password. All of the passwords are clue words to the puzzle, which you must guess in order to win the round. Example passwords might be 'Time', 'London', 'Parliament', 'Bell' and 'Landmark' with the solution to the puzzle being 'BIG BEN'. The first team to win two rounds goes to the bonus round called 'Alphabetics'. Players have 60 seconds that count down using a sand timer and must guess all 10 passwords in that time, winning $5,000. This game is one of my favorites, simply due to the fact that it plays just like the television show, which is difficult to find in many home versions of game shows. Enjoy!

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