The Pimple Pete Game is an unexpected board game that is inspired by skincare procedures to offer participants a satisfying pastime that might be unsuitable for squeamish players.
The game is presented by Dr. Pimple Popper AKA Dr. Sandra Lee and requires players to take turns pulling zits out of the face of the character. Zits are each worth one, two or three points, depending on the difficulty they provide when being pulled from the face and require players to try with skill to not activate the big red zit on Pete's nose. Doing so will splash water onto the player and ends the round.
The Pimple Pete Game is part of the recent popularity of skincare procedures in the media thanks to personalities like the aforementioned Dr. Pimple Popper.
The Pimple Pete Game Requires Players to Pop Fake Zits
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