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   Mitchell Rowekamp

A good two or four player game. Teaches counting to young children and always seems to be a very close game at the end. one player can have three pawns home while the other still has four in start and it will still be a close game in the end. (Usually)

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   Mitchell Rowekamp
A good two or four player game. Teaches counting to young children and always seems to be a very close game at the end. one player can have three pawns home while the other still has four in start and it will still be a close game in the end. (Usually)

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   Dog
This roll-and-move (it uses cards) game is a modern imitation of Parcheesi, where each of your pieces is scrambling towards their end zone one revolution away from the start, and every opponent may knock your pieces back to start by landing on it. You're safe in the end zone. Sorry!

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   Dog
This game is a sort of Parcheesi with a modern redesign. You move your pieces fairly randomly around the board to your end zone, bumping other players' pieces back to start as you go. It's not bad for kids or drunks. I recommend it.

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   AJ Sansom
Another game that I grew up with; Sorry! is a classic and is a great way to teach games to younger players. Once they grow up, you can move on to bigger and better things, but as a stepping stone, this one is a great game.

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   Shara_33
Fun game- can take a while. Go around the board based on drawing cards that tell you how many spaces to move. Watch out for other players who can draw cards that cause you to trade places with them or send you back to your home! No mistaking why it is named "Sorry"!! :)

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   Stephen B
This is a great game to teach your younger kids. It gives them the chance to play a fun game and teach them a little math at the same time. If you have younger kids put this game in the closet.

 

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