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Doc Mock’s Halloween Cuponk Review!

In his latest Mini Mausoleum episode, Doc Mock reviews the Halloween "Let It R.I.P." edition of Cuponk! It's a game with all the excitement of beer pong... without the beer. Spooooooky!

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What are your thoughts on Cuponk? Played any other corny Halloween games this season? If so, lemme know about 'em by dropping a comment. And again, in case you missed the previous Doc Mock episode, you can still check it out right here!


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A-bomb on 10/16/2013 7:24 pm

Oh well, they can't all be winners. I appreciate all the time, effort and money you spend in showing us all the newest Halloween stuff, whether it's good or not!

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baronterror on 10/16/2013 9:47 pm

well I gotta say your review almost, almost had me thinking about buying cuponk. I've been aware of this game for what feels like a few years, and the zombie edition did catch my eye.

But it's just beer pong sans beer. I remember seeing commercials for it, wherein they show how "extreme" Cuponk! is by showing the kids calling their dunks by way of all the different things they'd bounce the ball off of before it went in.

Yeah, I didnt think it'd sell well then either.

But hey, at least it has zombies. And you could always have beer at the ready to drink, and just use the cuponk cup for the game.

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-RoG- on 10/16/2013 11:47 pm

I always have fun reviewing stuff, whether the product is good or not. I do think they could've put much better sound effects on the thing though... swap out the alarm for some terrified b-movie victims screaming or something more Halloweenish, ya know? Thanks for watching btw!

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kneckes on 10/19/2013 2:27 pm

They should have marketed as "eyeball-in-a-cup."
Say, have you changed the website's title text? I knew it by heart because I've seen it for so many years each time I've entered "i-" in my web browser's url bar...

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