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  • dean80's
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    fair play to you Helmet.

    I cant wait til my kids can get to grips with a PS2 or Xbox controller....
    Fun times a plenty.

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  • Dark Helmet
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    Spent the last 17 years as a single dad (working btw not a single on the dole dad rofl) and my son and I still have a "games night" 6 nights a week.
    Thing is no more pen and paper or monopoly we sit in a room with a few computers a blow the **** out of each other on CoD, HalfLife and other non sensicle shoot-em-ups lol

    yay I love never growing up, shame my body doesnt agree with my mind :/

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  • Heather74
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    Not at all, we often play, ludeo, snakes and ladders, sorry , operation and frustration in our house, the kids are only 6 and 4 , so things like monopoly and cludeo will come later.Out of all their toys these are the one's they will do anything to play, as it involves us all.
    Games night rules ok. lol
    Last edited by Heather74; 03-02-2007, 23:57.

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  • noodlehendon
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    These posts sound like Games Nights are things of the past!!
    I'm now 59 and I still have my mates and my kids round for games nights. Risk, Monopoly (we have versions from different countries), Game of Life, The Business Game, Dark Tower, anything we can dig up really!

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  • Oggy
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    Originally posted by maverick_uk View Post
    There is a new version of Trivial Pursuit "the 90's" with questions about that golden age, I discovered it by chance browsing the new, http://www.hasbro.co.uk/tp90s They have an online version that works, I only answered 4 of the 6 questions though.

    J
    Have to have a look see at that cheers.

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  • maverick_uk
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    There is a new version of Trivial Pursuit "the 90's" with questions about that golden age, I discovered it by chance browsing the new, http://www.hasbro.co.uk/tp90s They have an online version that works, I only answered 4 of the 6 questions though.

    J

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  • MommaMystique
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    Pass the Pigs?

    Originally posted by Snakeystew
    Personally I'm rather partial to Pass the Pigs. Anyone know it?
    Try playing this one after dinner when you have been invited to join th fiances family for dinner and one guest of honour.... happens to be a preacher with a wicked sense of humour......... If I recall correctly this was the same guy who I had to ask a particular saucy question of in Trivial Pursuit regarding Moby Dick!

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  • Jaydee
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    My uncle started a tradition in our family by buying my sister, my cousin, and myself each a board game for Christmas. When the other fads had lost their appeal, the board games were still there for us all to enjoy. I have continued this tradition with my own children and we have a games shelf which is rapidly turning into a games cupboard LOL. I do notice though that the play quality of board games these days just isn't the same and was so excited to see this site and be reminded of (and just bought on ebay) downfall and alley cats!

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  • Pootle
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    Mastermind was cool, but I only had the travel version with the diddly little pegs in it which was a bit of a pain. I agree with Snakey and childofthe80's about Pass the Pigs - but you could never get the "Makin' Bacon" move which was worth a ridiculous amount of points.

    Monopoly was a fave with me and my sister, but she invariably would get cross and throw the board across the room; Other faves were Connect 4, Cluedo and the ever brilliant DOWNFALL! Yay!

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  • childofthe80's
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    I actually have the Pass the Pigs game that snakey was referring to. It's a game that come with two little pink pigs and you roll them like dice. Pretty fun. My favorite when i was a kid was what aidan said. MASTERMIND that was the all time best

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  • dean80's
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    my dad is mad on that....some of them are sooo hard

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  • dondons69
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    sudoku is great fun!!!

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  • Aidan
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    Family games nights, Tallulah ? Fantastic idea ! The closest we got was Hallowe'en night but I suppose the rarity of it only made it better.

    Mini-master-mind was ( is ) my favourite game. Player 1 puts certain coloured pegs in certain holes, his opponent tries to guess what they are.
    Does anyone know how to play "Go" ( it's Chinese in origin & involves millions of black/whitepegs ) or, more importantly, know how to solve the hard Sudoku ?

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  • diamond1
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    My favourite game of all time is Mancala..its african and simple to learn..although the strategy involved is like chess.

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  • Elleth Faewen
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    We used to play monopoly, life, trivial pursuit, and always had a deck of cards around to play spades, hearts, rummy, gin, or gin-rummy. Chess was a favorite for a long time too.

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