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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Inventor of iconic party game Twister' dies

In a Dec. 16,1966 photo, co-inventors of the game "Twister" Charles Foley, left, and Neil Rabens demonstrate the game for Charles McCarty, foreground, president of Research and Development Inc., in Minnesota. Chuck Foley, co-inventor of the iconic Twister game that launched decades of awkward social interactions at parties, died Monday in St. Louis Park, Minn.