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For the 14th installment of San Francisco's Noise Pop music festival, we bring you our third annual NOISE POP THE GAME©®TM, a fathomless well of entertainment that every frolicsome concertgoer can enjoy with the simple toss of a coin. Though once again our plans for the three-dimensional, animatronic, podcastable sequel to previous games proved impossible because of budgetary constraints, we are delighted to offer a game board of the finest quality newsprint the ad revenue from she-male escorts can buy. Let the good times roll!

OBJECT:

To end the game with the most points and possibly get laid.

NECESSARY EQUIPMENT:

Two or more players.

One NOISE POP THE GAME©®TM game board.

One coin for flipping (a single die can be used for "lightning play").

One game piece per player (e.g., lighter, guitar pick, used condom, etc.).

GAME SETUP:

1) Player with the most sideways haircut goes first.

2) On a turn, flip coin. If heads, move two spaces. If tails, move one space.

3) Collect or deduct the number of points indicated on game space. In the case of a multiple-choice question, choose answer and collect/deduct points accordingly.

4) When you reach the end, tally points and refer to adjacent "POINT GUIDE."

FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON NOISE POP:

Visit www.noisepop.com.

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