The card is based on the popular TV show which first aired in 1990! Was it really that long ago? The show was originally hosted by energetic presenter Richard O’Brien. The presenter would guide players around a maze which featured different zones. A team would compete to retrieve crystals by solving puzzles. Crystals gave the team members longer time in the games final area – the Dome. If a team collected a 100 gold tokens in the Dome they would ‘Crack The Maze’ and win the game.
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