100 Cupcakes Game

100 Cupcakes Game

Image by Z Andrei
This is an awesome game that I saw at a party the other day. They people hosting made 100 cupcakes, each one representing a certain game, board, video, or otherwise. This was an amazing effort, considering the detailed work and imagination that went into it.

The goal of the game was to identify all the games from the clues on top of the cupcakes. I challenge you to do the same and leave a note around the cupcake with the name of the game. If the cupcake already has a note, don’t make another one, even if you think the person identified the game incorrectly. I’ll review the notes periodically and remove the wrong ones. Click on All Sizes button to see the larger version of the image.

If you prefer to play on your own, download the image, upload it to your own account, put the notes around the cupcakes yourself, and leave a comment here referring to it. The highest score at the party was 89.

Good luck!

43 Replies to “100 Cupcakes Game”

  1. Man, I could go on all night long, but guess more people would like to give it a shot πŸ™‚ I personally loved the Frogger cup, very cute. And I loved that Asteroids is there as well

  2. I removed Pass the Pigs because the sheet from the game said Pig Mania, but I guess that’s the old name. Feel free to add Pass the Pigs back.

  3. Love the digdug and hungry hippo cupcakes. What an amazing idea for a cupcake game. Can’t wait to share it with my readers. thanks, http://www.partycupcakeideas.com

  4. I’m with CiViLoN. Othello/Reversi, it’d be hard to get the black/white/black/white column. Go, that board is 100% possible (and likely). Also, Breakout could just as easily be Arkanoid.

  5. And centipede could be millipede, as well. I thought Defender was Gradius… but I don’t remember any blue octopus looking enemies in Gradius. So I can admit I’m wrong, there. πŸ˜‰

  6. @^CiViLoN^ + @heizusan: that has to be Reversi (AKA Othello). In Go, the pieces sit on the intersections of the lines, not inside the squares, right?

  7. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Circle Mania: bubbles, orbs, marbles. spheres, disks, etc., and we’d love to have this added to the group! Wonderful!

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