Someone Bought This: Stupid WWE Chipz game

15 Submitted by on Fri, 19 April 2013, 03:07

WWE Chipz game

I came across this WWE Chipz game on Board Game Geek. It was released by Topps in 2009.

I knew I had to show it to you Crappers once I read the description of the game on the site:

A collectible poker chip game from Topps.

Each pack comes with four random chips. Each chip has a picture of a WWE superstar on one side with a chip value and the name of the superstar on the other. There are rules for six different games included with each pack.

The games are all simple dexterity games such as spinning the chips on their sides, tossing them on the ground to get the most to land face up or tossing them at a target. It should be noted that none of the included games make use of any of the information on the chips save for the face side.

That’s it?! What a simple, stupid game (or games, in this case).

Hey Macho Man Randy Savage; what do you think of Chipz?

Chipz? AGGGGH!

Yeah, that’s what I figured you’d say.

Thanks for showing up, Mach! Enjoy those tasty Slim Jims.

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15 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Stupid WWE Chipz game"
  1. Bone White says:

    Is it me or did everything end with a Z in the nineties?

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Yez.

    • Paul R. from SpookCentral.tk says:

      Everything was also quite *EXTREME* in the ’90s. Such extreme things found in the ’90s included Ghostbusters, Dinosaurs, championship wresting, and games (which were so extreme, that their extremeness was shortened to an “x”).

  2. Bone White says:

    Meant to say from the 90s on d’oh!

  3. That Don Guy says:

    Obviously, the game was secondary, the way everybody collected Pokemon cards but very, very few people actually played the game – the real object was to collect all of the chips, including whatever ones they decided to make incredibly rare so you would keep buying packs in a desperate attempt to get them

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Ah! So it’s basically a big scam like Baseball cards or Pokemon cards or whatever? That makes it Extra Crappy.

  4. Bfauble83 says:

    I remember my little brother collecting NBA versions of these stupid things.

  5. Will Talley says:

    I remember back in the 90s when these things were called Pogs.

  6. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    “Gotta have BEEF, gotta have SPICE!”

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