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Post Posted: Tue Mar 29, 2005 4:34 pm 
 

Thanks john, the wife's always dropping new english and aussie slang on me, makes communication interesting sometimes.  Same language my ass!  :D


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 1:17 am 
 

I'm 33 and my wife is 31.  

I have dark hair, green eyes and am 5' 8".



. . .  Back to the subject of Games for Young People . . .  Dungeon! is a great choice, but I figure I will have to work up to it . . . as it is, my daughter is only 1 year old so I am stetching it hoping that I can somehow even get her to play Warlocks and Warriors by age 5.  

I remember that I played tons of Dungeon! as well as Escape From New York, Viking Gods, Saga, Vampyre and They've Invaded Pleasantville.  All those are on my list to play.  Board Games just aren't appreciated much anymore, but they were always one of my favorite things to do with Family and Friends and no one makes any decent ones anymore.  So I am gathering unused copies of all the mini-games which I will put to good use . . . someday.


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 10:15 am 
 

beyondthebreach wrote:. . . Back to the subject of Games for Young People . . . .


On the subject of board games, I only recently found out that, when playing Monopoly, you're NOT SUPPOSED to try to win.  I won hands down against the wife and parents, and was criticized for not playing for the sake of fun, but to win.

Is there any other way to play monopoly than "to win"??  8O


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 10:17 am 
 

MrFilthyIke wrote:
beyondthebreach wrote:. . . Back to the subject of Games for Young People . . . .


On the subject of board games, I only recently found out that, when playing Monopoly, you're NOT SUPPOSED to try to win. I won hands down against the wife and parents, and was criticized for not playing for the sake of fun, but to win.

Is there any other way to play monopoly than "to win"?? 8O

You might want to let them know that it isn't fun unless you win. :D


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 10:39 am 
 

Monopoly is a terrible game anyway.  It's pretty obvious who is going to win after three trips around the board, unless you're playing with major house rules.  A far better game is Sid Sackson's Acquire.  It's a shame that almost every US family's attic/basement contains a copy of Monopoly but not Acquire.  No wonder many people stop playing games when they become "adults."   :?

  


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 11:20 am 
 

MrFilthyIke wrote:Is there any other way to play monopoly than "to win"?? 8O

We used to play it not to lose.  As soon as the first person got knocked out the game was over.  The loser made drinks and got some more snacks and then we started again.  Made for a quicker game.  And it was quite funny how everyone started ganging up on someone as soon as it looked like they might lose.

  
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