What was the original name of twister game called?
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Is twister a common noun?
Yes, twister is a common noun; in British English, a swindler; in US Endlish, a tornado. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title. Some proper nouns are: Twister, the game "Twister", the 1996 movie with Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton Twister Trace Street, Las Vegas, NV or Twister Court, Adelanto, CA
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How do you write a sentence using a name of a person and a name of a game together?
Does Twister the game have a copyright or patent?
The game Twister® is protected by copyright, trademark, and patent. The original graphics are protected by copyright laws. The name Twister® is a registered trademark and has been since 1966. The registration is currently owned by Hasbro The "method of operation" (playing the game) is patented, although patents that old expired 17 years after they were issued. Therefore, the following patent expired in 1986. APPARATUS FOR PLAYING A GAME WHEREIN THE PLAYERS CONSTITUTE THE GAME PIECES, Charles F. Foley et al, US Patent number: 3454279, Filing date: Apr 14, 1966, Issue date: Jul 8, 1969.