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“I'm Afraid You're Just Too Darn Loud!”

More so than most games, this game truly is designed for fans of the movies! Knowing the films and how the timeline jumping works enhances the enjoyment factor 10-fold. That said, when you sit down to play, do the Pinheads proud and hit play on the soundtrack to the film to add another layer to the game experience. Listening to Alan Silvestri’s stirring anthem or Huey Lewis and the News belt out Power of Love takes you right to the very steps of the clock tower in Hill Valley!

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“Fuhgetabout'em (the blue cards)”

The layout of this game includes blue cards as part of the overall timestream. These cards function only as placeholders and extra flavor for the theme of the game, but can otherwise be ignored. Focus on the purple timeline cards when determining if you’ve met the winning conditions before attempting to un-invent time travel.

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“(Focus) To the left, to the left!”

The left side of your objective card is ALL that matters. The information on the right side of the Cusco (objective cards) displays the blue card information that will “follow suit” based on the game’s card mechanics and can be ignored. Just focus on the color and numbers indicated on the left side of the card and you’ll be golden.

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