The Scene IT? Franchise really helped blend home board games with the world of video games. The DVD player acts as the perfect console for hundreds of video clips, trivia questions, and a lot of fun as you answer questions about movies, music, and many other pop-culture categories.
Even with so many hits of the Scene IT? franchise like The Simpsons, Seinfeld and comedy movies, there have been some peculiar choices for game titles. Check out the strangest Scene It? game boards that were ever developed.
Scene IT? The O.C: Only airing for three seasons on FOX, “The O.C” started out as a huge hit, but quickly lost steam well into the second season. With barley any episodes, it’s a wonder how they even made a board game with trivia.
The only question people will be asking in five years is “What was “The O.C.?”
Scene IT? Twilight – Wii: The Twilight series is perfect for the Scene It? Franchise, but this Wii game was released way to prematurely. The title game out in 2009, well before four additional Twilight movie. It limits the questions, makes them more obscure and really limits the replay value.
Scene IT? 30 Rock App: Not only is this is a pointless app, but there’s only around 50 questions to answer. “30 Rock” was a great show, but there wasn’t enough of a fan base to truly make a game out of it.
Scene IT? HBO Edition: HBO is an awesome channel, but rarely do I ever watch every single show on the network. That would be like releasing a PBS Scene IT? when the majority of people only watch “Downtown Abbey.” Guess it’d be fun if you were an HBO addict in the early 2000’s.
Scene IT?: Squabble: This game just limits itself. First, it’s boys versus girls and second, it encourages couples to fight and bicker over their knowledge. That is a recipe for disaster, split nachos, and the end of family game night.
These board games may seem strange, but there are plenty of others you can purchase. Browse online or check out your app store for digital versions.