Jul 12, 2018 -- 7:35PM, BonnieDday wrote:
STUDY, another rule variation I played was all fines are put in the middle of the board. First player to land on free parking takes the lot. If nothing in the middle, then consolation of £50.
We used to play that too, Bonnie.
Gives you a bit of hope when things are looking bleak.
One of a very few I've never played is Risk
Jul 12, 2018 -- 7:04PM, BonnieDday wrote:
L'Attaque, military board game with playing pieces of different ranks, including the spy, the only piece that could capture the opposing commander in chief.
Better known as Stratego. Great game that I play online.
Jul 13, 2018 -- 12:12AM, themightymac wrote:
Internet has killed off board games, prize crosswords, newspapers and a lot more.
But all these board games can played on the internet. Actually I would guess there have probably been more games of chess played since the year 2000 than in the 1000 years before. Stratego, which i mentioned playing online, I have not played on an actual board since the 1980s. That is the problem if you love a board game like chess etc, if people you know aren't interested you can't play yourself. Once you can play a game online the standard will likely be far higher and it would seem a bit pointless to play a friend or relative who is not especially interested. So yeah I guess playing with actual board has been killed somewhat. Newspapers haven't been killed off though have they ? Still seem to be racks of all the ones I remember in shops. Though I must admit I stopped buying them about 10 years ago largely due to time spent online. I used to buy the Sunday Times and spend most of the day going through the 4 or 5 sections that interested me. By 2008 I was finding I had read very little of it by the time the following weekend came round.
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