Okay kiddies, you think you’re so darn smart, huh? Why don’t you take a break from climbing towards that far-off graduation ceremony and tickle your brains for answers that will earn some more immediate rewards – like free movie rentals, music, gift certificates…or goodness knows what other prizes we have in store.
All you have to do is be the first to e-mail us with a correct answer, including your full name and personal e-mail address. You must type “Brain pie” in the subject line. Send answers to [email protected]
This week’s category:
Ancient history and board games
This week’s question:
If Alexander the Great had commissioned an artisan to create a new game for his troops to play, which would both entertain and also reflect the construct of those troops’ respective social class within Greek, democratic society at the time, which of the following modern board games BEST captures what the artisan might be going for?
a) The Game of Life