The Sequence board game is great for family game day or playing with friends. It’s like mixing a card game and a board game to get the best of both worlds when you play. It’s challenging enough to keep you thinking, yet not so difficult it prevents conversation during the game.
Choose to patrol the streets and subways of London as a police officer, or sneak your way through the underground as Mr. X in the classic Scotland Yard board game. Don’t let Mr. X’s monogrammed visor fool you; he’s no soccer dad. A cutthroat criminal mastermind, catch Mr. X before it’s too late.
Disney’s Pixie Hollow is a world where you can create your own custom fairy and explore a fairy themed world. Make new friends in the game and ask your real life friends to join too. Find out how to join this site, how much it costs, and what you can do when playing in this world.
Want to learn how to play Chess? This guide is designed to give a beginner an excellent start when learning the rules of Chess. In this part, we’ll look at a brief overview of the Chess game system, including board setup and a few of the pieces’ movement limitations.
Ready to learn the rest of the beginner’s Chess rules? In this part we’ll finish up discussing the rest of the pieces moves, along with special moves that can only be used in specific situations. Finally, learn about Check and Checkmate, and their power against Kings.
Board games can be a great way to spend an evening with the kids, but choosing one that is appropriate for all members of the family to enjoy can be a challenge.
Monopoly Millionaires is a Facebook game based on the popular Monopoly board game. Visit Facebook friends to roll your dice and move around the game board. Get homes, construct hotels and make money with Monopoly Millionaires.
The Scrabble Slam Card Game is not that difficult, but if you lost your rules, picked up a used copy, or you just needed clarification on a small game-play issue, I’m your man.
Hasbro games offers a fast-paced word game at a rock bottom price with “Scrabble Slam!” Though this game resembles upwords more closely than Scrabble, it is a fun, fast, accessible word game that takes only a few minutes to learn. Play is quick, and rounds are done in about five minutes.
Losing instructions to a game is highly annoying, and if you have lost the rules to Jenga and are wondering how to play this game, check out this guide and start playing this fun game again in no time!