According to an article in the Forest Hills Ledger, Nuccio said the Living Dead Dolls game sold out before it even hit the shelf.
The article includes this description of the game:
"Players of the Living Dead Dolls game advance on the board by picking up cards describing ghastly ways to die, including 'Take time to smell a tailpipe,' 'Find daddy's gun' and 'Tinkle on the third rail.'"
The dolls, which are definitely not for children and first appeared in 1998, have earned a cult following. Examples include Vincent Vaude, a would-be escape artist who suffocated after locking himself in a trunk, and Siren, a vocalist who was strangled.