Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crap game:

2 syllables:
that came,
what came,
at same,
bad name,
class name,
grande dame,
shall shame,
tag name,
takes aim,
that name,
that same,
what name,
clan name,
match games,
that aim,
and came,
last came,
map case,
shall blame,
shall claim,
that claim,
at gaze,
black flame,
black frame,
brand name,
brass frame,
cap rate,
class frame,
class named,
class names,
glass frame,
grand dames,
grande dames,
had named,
last name,
mass. james,
match flame,
match frame,
match names,
plans aimed,
shall frame,
slang names,
slap face,
stack frame,
staff james,
staff named,
staff names,
that gave,
that james,
track names,
what gave,
capt. james,
that aims,
trap play,
all came,
both came,
call came,
god came,
thought came,
war came,
bad time,
black crime,
brought shame,
cat thyme,
cause shame,
class time,
for fame,
for same,
for shame,
had time,
hang time,
lag time,
last time,
not name,
or name,
past time,
saw frame,
slack time,
takt time

3 syllables:
combat games,
attach blame,
rabbi chaim,
attach names,
attacks aimed,
exact same,
manner name,
what a shame,
attack aimed,
chappie james,
chapter aimed,
classic games,
happy frame,
trapper named,
enough blame,
bizarre claim,
contact time,
exact time

4 syllables:
diplomat named,
subprogram names,
unhappy frame

Some other possibilities:

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