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Save the Date

We're having a board game themed wedding. Neither of us is really into dancing, so we decided to have the reception at an adult arcade/restaurant. Once we had the venue reserved for our desired date, the next order of business was sending out Save the Date cards. A lot of our families will be traveling for the wedding, so we wanted to give them as much notice as possible. We also wanted to stick with the theme.

This is what I designed using Photoshop and some ideas I found online:

Can you name the game that inspired this design?

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