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Rotten Tomatoes Launches RT25 Celebration with First-Ever Party Game “Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game”

Rotten Tomatoes Launches RT25 Celebration with First-Ever Party Game “Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game”

Entertainment enthusiasts rejoice as Rotten Tomatoes kicks off its 25th anniversary celebration, RT25, with the launch of its first-ever party game, Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game. The year-long celebration will applaud the best-reviewed movies and TV shows from the last two and a half decades with exclusive interviews, online features, and more.

Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game is a fast-paced party game that challenges up to 20 players to rank movies based on what they think the Tomatometer scores are. With easy-to-learn gameplay and game cards featuring some of the most famous films of all time, the game is perfect for any film buff looking to test their cinematic knowledge. The game is now available for purchase at,, and for a suggested retail price of $24.99.

Julio De Oliveira, Vice President of Rotten Tomatoes, said, “Over the past 25 years, Rotten Tomatoes has grown and solidified its place as the go-to resource for entertainment fans and critics alike. We are thrilled to offer our movie fans this lively one-of-kind game with Rotten Tomatoes: The Card Game, allowing them to celebrate and take part in this monumental anniversary.”

Adding to the RT25 festivities, the Rotten Tomatoes editorial and social teams will introduce new content monthly, starting with the “Biggest and Best Movies & TV of the Last 25 Years,” highlighting the best-reviewed titles, box office champions, fan-favorites, and more since the launch of the brand in August 1998. New content will also include listicles and features that celebrate the Freshest movies, TV, and streaming shows from the past two and a half decades.

Rotten Tomatoes will also host social media activations throughout the year, including polls, brackets, giveaways, trivia contests, and more. Fans will also crown their favorite movie and TV show since 1998.

For fans wanting to celebrate every day, Rotten Tomatoes’ Daily Tomato, its first-ever mobile web trivia game, is sure to be a daily obsession for film aficionados everywhere. The game uses content from the site to offer players hints at the movie title of the day. Players can test their knowledge with a new Daily Tomato every day, as well as special weekend challenges and themed weeks tied to the RT25 celebration.