Polybius is a famous what?

By Damien . Created on Nov 08, 2020
Please disregard the Greek philosopher and consider things named polybius but not ilrelivant to the philosopher.
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Polybius video game

Polybius video game

Polybius the prank video game

Polybius the prank video game

Polybius the pizza chief

Polybius the pizza chief

Polybius the math subject

Polybius the math subject

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Chuck said 3 weeks ago
I thought a polybius was a product used to fatten the lips so you look like a very unattractive ape
Polybius the pizza chief
Steven said 4 weeks ago
Polybius was a Greek Historian. Why wasn't that a choice? I guess after Rome conquered Greece he became a famous pizza chef. That is why I like Greek Olives and anchovies on my pizzas. I have to throw Poly under the bus for that.
Fred Zacher said 4 weeks ago
Polybius was good for his first hand accounts of the rise of the Roman Empire. You forgot the Feta cheese.
Damien said 4 weeks ago
Polybius invented the polybius square
Fred Zacher said 4 weeks ago
Polybius was the name players later gave to the game, borrowing the name of the Greek historian famous for relying on firsthand accounts.
Polybius the prank video game
alfromal said 4 weeks ago
fictitious 1980s arcade game
Damien said 4 weeks ago
alformal: Mostly fake because thier is a small possibility that it was a real game that existed for 1 day because their was no standards for video games in 1980 which is why LJN was making alot of games because it was a robot babysitting device not a career.
MarieN said 4 weeks ago
Ramble On...Polybius is an urban legend that emerged in early 2000, concerning a fictitious 1980s arcade game.[1][2] It has served as inspiration for several free and commercial games by the same name. The legend describes the game as part of a government-run crowd-sourced psychology experiment based in Portland, Oregon, during 1981. Gameplay supposedly produced intense psychoactive and addictive effects in the play...
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