Rotten Tomatoes has launched its first ever card game
Sounds like a must-play for those wanting to prove their movie buff status at parties.
As part of its 25th-anniversary celebrations, Rotten Tomatoes has announced the launch of its very first card game.
Titled Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game, the review aggregation website says the game challenges up to 20 people on their ability to guess certain movies' Tomatometer scores, as well as players' knowledge of other facts regarding major films such as their release dates, stars and more.
Describing it as a "fun and fast-paced party game", Rotten Tomatoes statement reads:
"The game is easy to learn and it moves quickly, so gather your friends — the more, the merrier — and play a few rounds to determine who the biggest film buff is."
Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game is available now for purchase at Amazon.com, Rottentomatoes.com, and Cryptozoic.com for $24.99.
For more details about the game, you can check out an ad for it below.
Meanwhile, also as part of efforts to mark its 25th anniversary, Rotten Tomatoes has unveiled a list of the most major movies for the review-aggregation website since its inception.
Highlighting a number of films that reached significant milestones on the site, one of the achievements is 'highest Tomatometer score with at least 500 reviews' or essentially biggest and best movie.
After all, while many movies hold 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, most have only had their scores based on a handful of reviews. Therefore, it is much more difficult for a film with over 500 reviews to achieve a high percentage rating on the site.
According to Rotten Tomatoes, the most successful movie in this regard is 2016's Black Panther, which earned a 96% rating with 531 reviews.
"Starring the late Chadwick Boseman as King T’Challa and directed by Ryan Coogler, the Marvel opus combined dazzling action, an ensemble cast, and contemporary social and ancestral themes, going on to gross over $1 billion worldwide and to become the first superhero movie to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar," the website states.
You can check out the full list of the Rotten Tomatoes cinematic milestones right here.
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