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Could this be Cranium Turbo Edition? It has an electronic purple unit and 4 different types of activities: Data head (fun facts), Star performer (act & hum), Creative cat (sketch & sculpt), and Word worm (word puzzles).


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Could it be Lost Valley of the Dinosaurs? While technically published in 1985, it could easily have been a staple in the '90s. The description from BoardGameGeek: You have discovered an ancient chart to a lost valley. It shows that once the valley was occupied by a fierce tribe of natives who had collected a vast wealth of treasure and used vicious ...


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This game is called as "OKEY".


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A somewhat similar game to this exists, called DVONN, in which pieces stack onto each other and then a stack can move a number of spaces equal to the number of pieces in the stack. However, the rest of your game is different and as far as I know is not identical to any currently existing game.


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This is very similar to Skull. Skull has a fixed ratio of 3 red (roses) to 1 black (skull) and you only have to be correct twice to win.


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I immediately had to think of a dice game called Perudo which according to Wikipedia goes by many names: Dudo, Cacho, Pico, Perudo, Cachito, Dadinho, Pirate's Dice and is a variant of liar's dice. No idea about the card game though.


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This is a variant of liar's dice, played with cards and using only the numbers ${0,1}$ instead of dice with ${1,2,3,4,5,6}$. On Wikipedia, the article with that name gives more detail.



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