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Ant & Dec have hosted Saturday Evening Takeaway on ITV since 2002

The makers of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Evening Takeaway board recreation have apologised after it was discovered to have a number of errors.

The sport options playing cards with a collection of quiz questions, however a number of the solutions given are incorrect.

One reply claims the moon is 224 miles away from the earth – as a substitute of about 238,900 miles.

Producers Paul Lamond Video games mentioned they “unreservedly apologise” and added alternative playing cards could be issued.

It’s understood at the least six of the 50 solutions in a single spherical of the sport – which prices £19.99 – are incorrect.

One reply positioned Stonehenge in Somerset as a substitute of Wiltshire and a maths query steered two cubed was larger than three squared.

It additionally mentioned Albert Einstein died in 1949 as a substitute of 1955 and gave the variety of Coronation Road episodes up to now as eight,000, when the precise determine is greater than 9,000.

One buyer who purchased the sport instructed The Sun: “I could not consider it, the solutions are so ridiculous… [but] the youngsters will not settle for the sport may presumably be flawed.”

A consultant for Paul Lamond Video games instructed the BBC: “We’ve got been made conscious of some errors with the solutions to the questions throughout the first manufacturing run of this recreation.”

“These have now been corrected and we wish to unreservedly apologise for these errors.

“Any affected buyer can electronic mail us stating their title and full handle and we are going to ship out a alternative set of corrected playing cards freed from cost.”

The corporate’s electronic mail handle is on the market on their official website.

Ant & Dec – whose actual names are Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly – have hosted Saturday Evening Takeaway on ITV since 2002, though the present took a four-year break from 2009.


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