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  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is finally here, and that means some of the usual suspects, including turkey, leaves, and football, have returned to help us celebrate. Match at least three of each Thanksgiving-themed icon in a row to clear them from the board. But be careful, new rows will start to appear from the top. See how long you can last before the icons reach the bottom of the screen.

    Corn

    Also known as maize. Also known as one of the pillars of a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

    Autumn leaf

    Nine out of 10 New Englanders (in our unscientific study) will tell you that Thanksgiving happens during the prettiest season of the year.

    Cranberry

    The cranberry may be one of the most underrated berries, but it’s certainly given the opportunity to shine on Thanksgiving.

    Cornucopia

    Go ahead and tell us any other time of the year that you’re likely to see a cornucopia in public.

    Pumpkin

    Nothing says a fall harvest like a pumpkin—probably the coolest of all squashes. Plus it makes some pretty excellent pie.

    Football

    Whether you’re watching it on TV with Uncle Frank or playing with friends, football has become a Thanksgiving staple.

    Turkey

    We don’t think we need to explain this one.


    Corn

    Also known as maize. Also known as one of the pillars of a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

    Cornucopia

    Go ahead and tell us any other time of the year that you’re likely to see a cornucopia in public.

    Cranberry

    The cranberry may be one of the most underrated berries, but it’s certainly given the opportunity to shine on Thanksgiving.

    Autumn leaf

    Nine out of 10 New Englanders (in our unscientific study) will tell you that Thanksgiving happens during the prettiest season of the year.

    Pumpkin

    Nothing says a fall harvest like a pumpkin—probably the coolest of all squashes. Plus it makes some pretty excellent pie.

    Football

    Whether you’re watching it on TV with Uncle Frank or playing with friends, football has become a Thanksgiving staple.

    Turkey

    We don’t think we need to explain this one.

  • Happy Thanksgiving

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