The interactive game from Gelf Magazine that challenges you to determine what's news and what's satire.
"Sad End For Bear With Jar On Head." "Man On Trial For Murder: Bring Back Garfield." "Grandma Shuts Down Entire Country's Internet." When news stories border on the ridiculous, it can be hard to figure out which ones are real, and which come from the satirical newspaper The Onion.
Playing the Real Or Onion game is simple. We'll give you a headline and you tell us where it's from: a real news source or the Onion. If you think a story sounds too crazy to be true, each real headline links back to the original source, along with a witty comment from our peanut gallery. We'll also give you stats about how many other people got it right. The game sounds easy, but you'd be surprised how tough it can be. And with hundreds upon hundreds of headlines, you can play for hours on end.
(All Onion headlines and the Onion logo are used with the permission of The Onion.)
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- April 24, 2012 Initial release