Bunco is the game of the late 1950s that was the predecessor to the once traditional game of 'Spin the bottle.' In this board game by Wilde & Bradley, one of the players would spin a plastic around. The player could then stand really close to the person the arrow pointed to once it stopped spinning. Many parents complained that Bunco would 'begin a cycle that would lead children into deviance, such as dancing provocatively in music videos and wearing revealing clothing by the late 1990s and early 2000,' as one conservative parent put it. Bunco was shortly pulled from the shelves.