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 Mumbletypeg was very popular as a schoolyard game in the nineteenth and first half of Mumbletypeg involves tossing a pocketknife into the ground in a progressively more. — “Mumblety-peg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
On film, this was first seen in the 1962 Roman Polanski film Knife in The trick can be seen in both John Carpenter's Dark Star and James Cameron's Aliens. — “Knife game - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
MUMBLETYPEG The game of "Mumbletypeg" as I played it in a place I read on Wikipedia, an encyclopedia on the net, that Mark Twain mentions "Mumbletypeg" in his second book on Tom Sawyer, "Tom Sawyer, Detective. — “Talk:Mumblety peg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org