In the 1960s, my father's hobby was inventing games. Although none of his games was ever accepted by a major publishing company, a few were printed locally and sold for a short time in the central Michigan area. One of his games, unfortunately named "Izzat So" by the publishers (another edition was called "Wud-U-Blev"), was my particular favorite. In "Izzat So," players reassembled proverbs which had been printed on small cardboard tiles and divided into three pieces.
"Is that so? Would you believe?,"
Word Ways: Vol. 21
, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol21/iss4/11