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A Purr-fect Game

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A Purr-fect Game

A Purr-fect Game

A Purr-fect Game

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Old MacDonald has got nothing on resident rock star Jonathan Coulton, as he leads contestants in a pun game inspired by barnyard noises. Each question contains clues about both an animal, and a phrase or name containing the sound that animal makes. For example, the band name "Hootie and the Blowfish" includes the sound of an owl. This game is a hoot.

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