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Where can I play the game "Cranium" online?

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The game "Cranium" is not available to play online, as of 2014. However, a version of the game is available for smartphones. "Cranium" is a board game that involves skills in several types of challenges, including "Creative Cat," "Star Performer" and "Word Worm."

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Cranium was developed in 1998 by Richard Tait and Whit Alexander. Tait left his job at Microsoft and persuaded Alexander, a co-worker, to work with him in creating the game. Hasbro subsidiary Cranium, Inc. makes the game. "Cranium" is based on "Ludo," a board game in which players roll dice and race their tokens to the finish line.

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