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How to Play Chess with Your Cat

Checkmate. This video explains it all. Game of Go (Part 3b) How to Play Go – Concepts. By this time you have read my three previous post about the Game of Go: You may have even played a few games of go and are ready to learn more. Once you have begun to p;lay Go […]

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Risk Now and Then

Social Media Risk. Modifying board games for the computer has been going on for a while now and the guys at Ufunk have given it a new twist. They have mapped out their Risk of Social Media. Social Medial Risk Board Game. Original Risk Board Game. The following short and interesting video shows the original […]

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The Magic Labyrinth

The Magic Labyrinth is a kid’s game that all the family can enjoy. Object of the game is to collect some lost objects that the little magician lost in the magic maze and collect them before the Master notices that they were lost. Getting through the maze is not easy matter because the little magicians […]

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Handmade Ancient Board Games

Medieval Chess & Board Games. During its long history chess has made many advancements until it became the game as we know it now. Medieval forms, however, are still fun to play and may be a pleasant respite from the ordinary. Board games such as Fithneal, Alea Evangelia, Mankala, Fox and Geese and Nine Man […]

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Game How to Host a Murder

In How To Host A Murder, the world’s best-selling mystery dinner party game, you and your guests assume the roles of humorous suspects – each with a motive and opportunity to commit the crime – in a light-hearted murder mystery. How To Host A Murder provides everything you need to bring a murder mystery to […]

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Monopoly

Monopoly has taken a new twist in the social media age. The guys at uFunk designed a new Monopoly for the 21st century. Board games have been modified and changed over the last few years. Most of the ones I’ve checked out are the electronic versions. The board is newly designed. You can even download […]

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Board Games From the Past

Ancient Board Games Brought Back to Life. When were board games first played? As far as we know board games have been played throughout history. Frescos from thousands of years ago show people playing board games. Games such as mancala were played using the ground with strategically placed holes as a board and stones as […]

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Chess Championship

Chess Championship 2012 Games 11-12. Still a Draw After 12 Games Anand and Gelfand are Tied Tie Breaker Games to Begin May 30. If Viswananthan Anand wins the tie breaker he will remain the world championship title. If Boris Gelfand wins he will become the new world champion. There is 2.55 million dollars (American) at […]

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Exercise Your Memory

I ‘m not sure if we can consider this memory game a board game. It is an interactive game played on a Nokia n95. Just touch one of the pockets on the jeans and match the pictures. It’s probably is a good time waster if you are in need of using up a few minutes […]

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We-ch’i or I-Go

Origins of the Game of Go. Originating in China, possibly as early as 2000 BC, the game of We-ch’i is more commonly known by its Japanese name of I-Go. During the Tang Dynasty (618-907) books dedicated to the subject were published and mentions were made in writings around 625 BC. The game eventually spread to […]