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If you're a crossword puzzle nut, then Marxist Crosswords is the page for you. It features crossword puzzles with a decidedly Marxian bent. (Please bear in mind that I'm pretty new to crossword puzzle design, so my puzzles aren't very elegant.) If you'd like to try your hand at creating a Marxist crossword puzzle, give me a shout and we'll work it out. If I use your puzzle, I'll give you credit on the page. Check back every few weeks for new puzzles. (If you read this paragraph aloud, you'll find that the word "puzzle" begins to sound foreign after a while.)
Would you like to create your own crossword puzzles? CrosswordMaker v1.1beta is Copyright © 1998 Kristina Pfaff-Harris and can be found at http://www.linguistic-funland.com/scripts/.
Concentration has been around for years, and we've seen homemade versions, board game versions, and television versions. Now, you can play the one and only Marxist Version of Concentration right here at Why A Duck?!. This script was written by James Dean Palmer.
Remember the Mad Libs party game that was so popular in the 1960s? You know; the game where you and a friend changed a story by replacing certain key words with other words of your own devising? Well now you can do the same using specially-selected scenes from Marx Brothers films! Stop by Marx Libs and let the hilarity begin!
How often have you wanted to play Hangman with a Marx Brothers theme? Thousands of times, I'll bet. Well, look no further, because here's "Why A Duck?" Hangman. But don't let the concept fool you. The people, places, things, phrases, titles, etc., are sometimes downright obscure!
(This page has originally been created for Frank Bland's 'Why A Duck?' website)