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  • This is an opening that I discovered through trial and error, and I didn't realize until recently that it had a name. The Inverted Hanham is quite close to the King's Indian Attack, which itself can be played against many openings.

    The Inverted Hanham: A Universal Opening for White

    The Inverted Hanham: A Universal Opening for White

    by zirtoc2

  • I love throwing parties and inviting guests over to play games. Here are a few of my favorite adult party board games that are easy-to-learn and fun.

    Best Party Board Games for Adults

    Best Party Board Games for Adults

    by Brandon Hart30

  • Explore some ideas for improving your cluegiving in Codenames based on the author's personal experiences, past mistakes, and disastrous encounters with the assassin.

    Strategies for the Spymaster in Codenames

    Strategies for the Spymaster in Codenames

    by Wendy Mertl0

  • In Stone Age, players collect wood, break stone, wash their gold from the river, trade freely, expand their village and so on to achieve new levels of civilization. Colorblindness may affect play.

    Stone Age Review: Does It Pass the Colorblind Test?

    Stone Age Review: Does It Pass the Colorblind Test?

    by shawna.wilson0

  • What started out as a teaching aid now entertains millions and has even resisted the digital onslaught.

    A History of Jigsaw Puzzles

    A History of Jigsaw Puzzles

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Read through some Monopoly buys, trades, and moves that guarantee losses. This is a guide to 7 common traps in Parker Brothers and Hasbro's most famous board game.

    Top 7 Ways to Lose in Monopoly

    Top 7 Ways to Lose in Monopoly

    by Krzysztof Willman8

  • Merkator is about the rise of Hamburg after the Thirty Years' War. Players act as merchants collecting goods to fulfill contracts. Colorblindness may come into play with this bright, colorful game.

    Merkator Review: Will It Pass the Colorblind Test?

    Merkator Review: Will It Pass the Colorblind Test?

    by shawna.wilson0

  • These are 10 board games I have played in the last year that I have found to be very fun and entertaining. I think everyone should play them at least once!

    10 Board Games You Have to Play

    10 Board Games You Have to Play

    by Jessica Jade Robinson0

  • Need a new game for your family game night? Find out why The Game of Life by Milton Bradley will be the perfect fit for you by reading this review. You'll learn a little history about the game, too.

    The Game of Life: Board Game History and Review

    The Game of Life: Board Game History and Review

    by Claudia Mitchell25

  • Board games are an essential part of my vacation luggage. But which games to choose? Here is my selection of games portable, durable, and fun enough to take up space in my backpack.

    The Six Best Family Vacation Board Games

    The Six Best Family Vacation Board Games

    by teriyaki8

  • To win a conflict, you must first deploy your soldiers to advantageous positions to prepare for it. In this visual tutorial, that's exactly what you'll learn to do. The best part is that it's simple.

    Chess Visual Tutorial: Opening Strategy

    Chess Visual Tutorial: Opening Strategy

    by sunnyjook16

  • A good board game can bring so much fun to your kids during the Christmas season. A great one will keep everyone's interest and last all year round. Here's a short list of my favorites.

    7 Good and Fun Board Games for Young Kids

    7 Good and Fun Board Games for Young Kids

    by Brandon Hart0

  • This Heroclix guide contains a printable ability sheet, information for people new to the game, and links to purchase every single required item to begin playing.

    Heroclix Guide: Abilities and Beginner Info

    Heroclix Guide: Abilities and Beginner Info

    by Zach Spangler2

  • This article covers how to play the popular and award-winning board game Carcassonne. Jump-start your gaming with this guide, and get some strategy tips as well!

    Learn How to Play the Board Game Carcassonne

    Learn How to Play the Board Game Carcassonne

    by bestdanggames6

  • Game of the Generals is an original Filipino board game. This article will explain the process and rules of playing it.

    Game of the Generals

    Game of the Generals

    by Darius Razzle Paciente0

  • Some of us still love the old games. Remember the classics? This article is about traditional board, dice, and card games and will take you down memory lane. You can reminisce on the games you loved to play, and perhaps, may start to play again.

    9 Famous Traditional Board, Dice, and Card Games

    9 Famous Traditional Board, Dice, and Card Games

    by viryabo16

  • Five lines is a board game from at least the 7th century BCE (maybe older). There are no known extant rules, but we can speculate on how to play. Want to learn how to play the historic game of five lines?

    The Ancient Greek Board Game of Five Lines

    The Ancient Greek Board Game of Five Lines

    by Jeff Johnston0

  • Board games are one of the oldest forms of gaming—and one of the oldest games found to date comes from Ancient Egypt. It is called Senet, the game of “passing.”

    A Game, a Queen, and a Bit of Luck: Senet

    A Game, a Queen, and a Bit of Luck: Senet

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt0

  • Scythe is a worker placement/economic engine board game set in an alternate-history 1920s period. We'll explore how colorblindness affects gameplay.

    Scythe Review: Is It Colorblind-Friendly?

    Scythe Review: Is It Colorblind-Friendly?

    by shawna.wilson1

  • Get planning suggestions, game ideas and some fun themes for your game night party. Fun for everyone and easy to organize, game night parties are always a hit!

    How to Host a Game Night Party

    How to Host a Game Night Party

    by Claudia Mitchell28

  • This article contains information about darts, including the board, dart types, and barrel grips, as well as the rules for 21 variants of the game.

    21 Darts Games: Rules and How to Play

    21 Darts Games: Rules and How to Play

    by Ben Martin0

  • Boggle is a classic family game that's fun for people aged 8–80+. This review and analysis of the game shows you why it’s a wonderful way to bring your family together for a few minutes in the middle of the chaos of modern life. Family time is precious, and Boggle is a great way to play and connect.

    Review of the Classic Family Board Game Boggle

    Review of the Classic Family Board Game Boggle

    by Teeuwynn Woodruff2

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