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hardhead
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


They have recently become popular again in new York and new jersey












Too soon?






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RiverRoadTiger
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


We play board games few times a month.
LSU monopoly an Clue. Not a board game, but we like Yahtzee too.






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laxer17
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?








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SabiDojo
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


quote:

an Clue


If your family likes Clue, then they would like Alibi. It's like Clue, but it is a bit more difficult, but not much.






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songofthesword
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


i am addicted to monopoly. i have it on ps3 beucase no one will play with me. i play, no exaggeration.. probalby 7-10 games a week

i' pretty fricking raw though. if there was a monopoly professional players association i would seriously consider joining it






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SabiDojo
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


you should go to business school





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LSULEFTY
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


RISK, Monopoly, Clue and Sorry. And if you can find it, STOP THIEF.





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CE Tiger
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


I'll school some fools in Sequence







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SabiDojo
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


Sequence looks awesome!





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Dpizz450
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


Bought the monopoly with credit cards for the hurricane. We had a blast playin and getting hammered. The credit cards make it a thousand times easier and faster than paper money.





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Bestbank Tiger
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


My nieces have a board game called Herd your Horses. Good game.





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foshizzle
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


Diplomacy FTMFW.





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dukke v
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


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The credit cards make it a thousand times easier and faster than paper money.




If you are playing a Board game........... What does FASTER have to do with it????????????? Kinda takes ALL the fun out of it huh??? Are YOU in a HURRY?????????????






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Bestbank Tiger
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There's also one out there called Politrics. The players are running for governor of Louisiana and can choose from one of ten tokens, such as "I-Aint-Crazy" (Earl Long) or "Chopper" (Foster). Funny game.





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shutterspeed
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


My wife and I have a shitload of board games and have played them often over the years.

I just put Scattergories and Pandemic on my Amazon Wish List to play with my kid.






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yurintroubl
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


What's that new one...it's a card game...where they're matching an adjective with a noun for "Glamorous Bigfoot" and "Sexy Abraham Lincoln" in the commercial?

That looks kinda fun.


ETA:

Apples 2 Apples

Good call, Paige.



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Dpizz450
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


quote:

If you are playing a Board game........... What does FASTER have to do with it????????????? Kinda takes ALL the fun out of it huh??? Are YOU in a HURRY?????????????


Monopoly is already a long arse game you tard.






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jack6294
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


The Settlers of Catan





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CajunCowboy35
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


Risk and Monopoly

great games when drunk and in the middle of a hurricane






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songofthesword
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re: Are board games a thing of the past?


the only time monopoly takes way too long is when you don't play by the official rules. if you don't do any ****rigged bull shite rules like " you have to go past go the first time before you can buy antyhing" or people how allow you to land on something without buying it, then yeah it'sg onna take 3hours.

a normal game of monopoly should take 45mins-90 mins give or take which i mean is still long but it's not like black people church long

while i'm on the subject, people who put money under free parking. just kill yourself. you turn the game of complete skill into a lottery. nothing pisses me off more than playing against someone and you have this shite all worked out and this motherfricker lands on free parking and gets like 2 grand and you are fricked



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