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see url Following on from my last post I wrote a little while back about board games to play I have four more board games to get stuck into.

Catan

var köper man Sildenafil Citrate utan recept A recent board game that was introduced to me. Catan has been around for a while, the main aim of the game is to build the largest settlement. It is a strategic game because you can only build settlements within a certain distance of someone else’s settlements, you can build roads and cities with the aim of gaining 10 victory points.

221b Baker Street

go to site This game based on the famous Sherlock Holmes stories. The aim of the game is to solve the case by gathering clues. The clues are hidden in a different location which you get to by rolling the dice and moving your counter around the board travelling through different places in London such as the newsagents, Docks and a museum. The winner has to race back to 221b Baker Street first and guess correctly.

Pairs

wer hat erfahrungen mit anyoption Ok not a board game but I was given the Ladybird memory game by a friend for Christmas. I really enjoy it as I love the vintage designs of the cards.

Sweet Valley High

http://careermastery.net.au/?hash=66 This game is such a laugh, a vintage board game I got off ebay for a great price (it is worth over £80 on Amazon). The aim of the game is for your character to get their items and their boyfriends for their party. The item cards are faced downwards so you cannot see them. Their are two detention cards which mean you miss a turn and you can pick up cards which can make you put an item back or steal someone else’s boyfriend.

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download iqoptions What Christmas has taught me is that taking time away from the TV, laptop and phone is really good for you. Here are my favourite games that I like to play with friends or family:

The Logo Game

http://gsc-research.de/gsc/hv_kalender/index.html?no_cache=1 I like this game because I have a chance of winning! But also because it is not just about identifying logos you also need to know a bit about the company’s history – which I find quite interesting and makes the game trickier.

Linkee

My friend introduced me to this game so I had to buy my own. The aim of the game (see what I did there!) is that there are four questions which the answers all have a connection i.e the link. The team that works out the link first shouts Linkee and if they get it right they get a letter. The first team or person to make out the word Linkee wins! It is a really good game to play in with teams.

Playing Cards

http://lokoli.com/?rtyt=contente-de-t%27avoir-rencontrer&c59=b2 Ahh the traditional playing cards, the pack pictured is a pack that my Grandma gave to me when I was in Primary School. Hours playing drinking games or to pass the time.

Uno

http://energocredit.am/sdsd/3625 Another game I loved playing in primary school. The aim of the game here is to get as many points as possible and get rid of all of your cards. Again my pack I have played with since school.

Cards Against Humanity

A funny but rude game I certainly wouldn’t play with my parents! You get given cards with words and you have to complete the sentence that is show. The rudest wins and who makes the most rude sentences wins.

Sorry!

A game I loved when I was a kid. This game is simply getting your pawn’s around the board in the quickest first. The sorry! bit comes in as you get cards which stop other teams progressing round the book.

Cluedo

I wasn’t keen on this game at first but really enjoy it. This game is about finding out who the murderer is, where is happened and the weapon in this house by asking the other players questions.

What is your favourite board games? Let me know in the comments below!

 

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