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What's your favorite tabletop gaming memory?
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I already have a copy of Gloomhaven, the Forgotten Circles Expansion, and Pre Order Frosthaven

For favorite Table top memory

I would say I was playing a Dragonborn in D&D, and I was trying to seduce someone and I asked
"Do you have any Dragonborn in you"
Response : "no"
"Would you like some?"
I rolled a Nat 1, and he said
"No I have never eaten Dragonborn"


Also if you are bored, this site has some excellent games

I would highly recommend
If you want a "Strategy Game"
Through The Ages
Great Western Trail
Terra Mystica

If you want a "Fun / Simple Game"
Carcassonne
7 Wonders
 
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Nothing can beat the Monopoly.
That's the one i played the most during the holydays with my cousins .
I have a ton of memory about this game.
I enjoyed it so much!!!
 
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Me and 2 friends went to my familys cabin over a weekend. We were at the time around 15-16 years old. We had plans to fish, bbq and just chill by a fire at night. We ended up playing countless games of the old GW classic Talisman. Not the besr game but a memory for life.
 
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2nd edition ad&d i was a ranger the least powerful of the group (level wise) in a long standing campaign. we had a somewhat free day and we were discussing what we were going to do. while mulling over ideas the fighter said why dont we go out and hunt dragons... i said i did not want to do that. the whole party outvoted me, through the whole ordeal i was the only one that died saving their asses. the 3rd pass with a breath weapon they were running and i was a pile of elf in a corner. the dragon never even landed.
 

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I spent three summers working at Boy Scout camp. The Boy Scouts stayed overnight, so there were activities into the evenings most nights for them, but my buddies and I were working on the day camp section (for Cub Scouts.... the younger kiddos)., so our evenings were 100% free.

That's where I first ran into desktop RP games. We basically played Magic: the Gathering (including all of the companion versions that I forget... the werewolf one, the mage one, etc.). It was SUUUUUPER fun and I got totally into it. I didn't play play much in between summers because we just didn't do that where I lived, but every summer was a RP extravaganza.

I used to troll the game forums online (back when dial-up was a thing and your parents could knock you off the internet by picking up the phone) looking for different vamp abilities/powers. I found this one that the GM let me incorporate into my toon that basically let me absorb all sorts of other powers... it was OP AS FUCK. They should have never ever let me do that, but alas... I would run around wrecking things in the stories... it was super fun!
 
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My favorite recollection of a tabletop game was winning my first poker tournament, which was my first poker tournament ever. I was 21 (for about a week), and it was out of 480 people at a Louisiana casino and I won $15,000 a plasma big screen, and 3 day weekend stay in the casino suite. It was quite a ride.. I remember knocking out a local champ on a bad beat in the fourth round and he said “do you know who I am?” and I simply said “my bank roll?”. I was young and impertinent at the time... but I guess he wasn’t well liked by the locals as even the dealer laughed hard. It was definitely a strong mix of some skill, but a lot of youthful risk at lucky times which allowed me to be a chip lead and able to bully pots. I remember my Dad being flabbergasted by some of the plays I risked which were completely outside of what a real player should do. Needless to say at my next few attempts I was not as lucky and I learned to follow the odds with more measured bluffing before I started placing again. Still a fun memory! Oh, I used the money for the down payment on a new Mustang.
 
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Seems like a lifetime ago at this point but back in the day when I sponsored my own Magic the Gathering team and would go to all the local tournaments, I’d ended up making a deck that none of the top players had seen before. Since they didn’t know what to expect, I’d been able to make it to the final table. The top ranked player for the region offered to draw before we started and I simply declined. After narrowly beating him, I’d later been written up in the boards as some maverick player to look out for. It was a rush and seemed a bit blown out of proportion but it was nice to nock a few points off the top of some of the best players I’d ever get to play against.
 
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Already have Gloomhaven, though I've never played it in my gaming group. That said, several years of doing RPG table-top gaming including stints and both a player and DM.

Favorite experience....going through a D&D 2nd Edition campaign with a group of friends. DM created a custom environment/world with intricate details/mapping. The whole adventure lasted several months and took us all over. We ended up going through several dungeons and quest lines before finally reaching the ultimate conclusion of the campaign. Lots of close calls. Great story telling. Kick-ass adventuring. DM is still going to this day, though I don't typically spend the time I used to.

There's a new game coming soon, Return to Dark Tower, that's captured my attention. They are close to ramping up for manufacture (curse you global pandemic! /shakes fist) and I'll be spending some quality time for it once I get it in my hands.
 
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Dead of Winter got me back in to board games. Puerto Rico was surprisingly good also a fan of viticulture. I was really disappointed by Scythe (and the lack of interaction.)
 
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Running Curse of Strahd for my friends. As the group reaches the village of Vallaki they begin to settle in and they discover a curio shop owned by a rather attractive and mysterious Vallkian man. As the party peruses the various oddities of the shop and asks questions, it is becoming quite clear that the mysterious man is engaging the female Tiefling monk of the party. The party wants to see more items of the "magical" variety and the shop owner insists that they make an appointment and come back in (1d4) days time so that he can procure items more in line with their wants. I rolled a 4. This is too long for the party. The Tiefling decides to try to seduce the mysterious shop owner who is so clearly interested in her. She rolls (1d20) w/ advantage and gets an 18. The mysterious man says for a kiss he will reduce the time of the meeting to 2 days, but that his wares may be more limited by the shortened timeframe. He leans in and as he does the party's paladin says, "I lean in and kiss him on the cheek!" I had him roll a dexterity check against the mysterious shop owner's dexterity check. The paladin won the roll and interceded by planting a big wet kiss on the mysterious shop owner's cheek. My response as the shop owner (in my best Barovian accent), "Well. That was unexpected. That is on me for not be specific I suppose, but a deal is a deal. Come back in 2 days time and I will have more "magical" fare for you to examine and purchase."
 
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I have been playing DnD in various forms for 30 years now. Always one of my favorites - from carefully crafting a character idea, whether it be for roleplay or for effectiveness on the battle field. I still spend a ridiculous amount of time on DnDBeyond theory crafting toons just because I enjoy it so much. Once I have a toon idea in mind I also enjoy building out a mini and painting it up.

So there we were, about 20 years ago. A badly built group with no real purpose aside from attempting to murder and or rob any NPC that our DM chose to put in our path. We had no patience for long drawn out quest dialogue at the time, just send us into battle. There are goblins to be set ablaze! I was playing a human wild mage at the time, with a penchant for setting my own healer on fire about as much as the bad guys. Our DM at the time loved to throw waves and waves of goblins or kobolds our way just to try and appease our blood lust. We stepped into a clearing of the woods - chasing some straggler goblins from our last encounter. In our minds - think Two Towers here - we were valorously pursuing a pack of dangerous goblins across the land scape. Two paths to chose from, to the left and deeper into the forest. Or to the right and into that dark cave. It has to be the cave! In we go - weapons drawn and spells prepared. Oh how wrong we were, this is no long goblin cave. This is a very short cave den, of a troll. A troll that we were not ready to handle. Engage! He is obviously in league with the goblins and must be slain. Initiative rolls were taken, outstanding! I get to lead off. No time for cantrips this time, break out the big guns. I prep my biggest spell and weave a little sorcerer magic into it.. annd BAM!! Critical failure of 1 .... the DM makes me roll and then cackles maniacally from across his carefully drawn up list of my disasters. My circulatory system has spontaneously leapt three feet to my left and then back into place. Due to the shock of it I pass out for the entire combat, face down in a pile of troll dung. Once the troll beats my companions senseless, he tosses our limp unconscious bodies back into the woods having no good need for us as he has already had a snack of the goblins we were chasing and is to full to eat us too. I think our DM was trying to curb our murder hobo ways, but we learned nothing from the experience and promptly started a fight with the guards of the next town and had to reroll our toons. Gnomish wild mage it is!

I still play DnD with 2 of those assholes to this day. Though our murder hobo days are mostly behind us - unless Im knee deep in tiefling warlock roleplay.
 
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Never got into any fantasy boardgame or cardgame in the early years, but playing Monopoly was alwasy a danger and risk of total meltdown between family members or friends. Playing with young or old, that shit was real and left deep scars in any relations for a long time.
 
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Never got into any fantasy boardgame or cardgame in the early years, but playing Monopoly was alwasy a danger and risk of total meltdown between family members or friends. Playing with young or old, that shit was real and left deep scars in any relations for a long time.
to save my marriage that game has been banned in my house lol
 

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I should have known everyone here already owns Gloomhaven! Great stories.

I would say I was playing a Dragonborn in D&D, and I was trying to seduce someone and I asked
"Do you have any Dragonborn in you"
Response : "no"
"Would you like some?"
I rolled a Nat 1, and he said
"No I have never eaten Dragonborn"
😂

If you want a "Fun / Simple Game"
Carcassonne
I just played Carcassonne last night! It's a nice, relaxing family game and not so simple if you get the expansions.

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Whenever this game is mentioned you have to post a pic of Carcassonne
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Nothing can beat the Monopoly.
That's the one i played the most during the holydays with my cousins .
I have a ton of memory about this game.
I enjoyed it so much!!!
Vicioius game, not sure why it's considered a family classic. Protip: mortgage everything the first few rounds

My favorite recollection of a tabletop game was winning my first poker tournament, which was my first poker tournament ever. I was 21 (for about a week), and it was out of 480 people at a Louisiana casino and I won $15,000 a plasma big screen, and 3 day weekend stay in the casino suite. It was quite a ride.. I remember knocking out a local champ on a bad beat in the fourth round and he said “do you know who I am?” and I simply said “my bank roll?”. I was young and impertinent at the time... but I guess he wasn’t well liked by the locals as even the dealer laughed hard. It was definitely a strong mix of some skill, but a lot of youthful risk at lucky times which allowed me to be a chip lead and able to bully pots. I remember my Dad being flabbergasted by some of the plays I risked which were completely outside of what a real player should do. Needless to say at my next few attempts I was not as lucky and I learned to follow the odds with more measured bluffing before I started placing again. Still a fun memory! Oh, I used the money for the down payment on a new Mustang.
Nothing to add, I just want to say this was badass
 
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I spent three summers working at Boy Scout camp. The Boy Scouts stayed overnight, so there were activities into the evenings most nights for them, but my buddies and I were working on the day camp section (for Cub Scouts.... the younger kiddos)., so our evenings were 100% free.

That's where I first ran into desktop RP games. We basically played Magic: the Gathering (including all of the companion versions that I forget... the werewolf one, the mage one, etc.). It was SUUUUUPER fun and I got totally into it. I didn't play play much in between summers because we just didn't do that where I lived, but every summer was a RP extravaganza.

I used to troll the game forums online (back when dial-up was a thing and your parents could knock you off the internet by picking up the phone) looking for different vamp abilities/powers. I found this one that the GM let me incorporate into my toon that basically let me absorb all sorts of other powers... it was OP AS FUCK. They should have never ever let me do that, but alas... I would run around wrecking things in the stories... it was super fun!
Sorry, I'm embarrassed I did this, but in my defense its been over 20 years... (WTF?!?!?!!)

The game wasn't Magic: The Gathering (the card game).... it was Vampire: The Masquerade (the vamp-version of D&D). Sorry for leading you all astray!
 

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to save my marriage that game has been banned in my house lol
I once convinced my then-spouse to play Risk with me.

I also could have written that sentence:

"Only ONCE did I convince my then-spouse to play RIsk with me."

Risk both takes too long and requires too much ruthless cutthroat-ery for it to be a good couples game lol. I agree, though, that Monopoly is also ban-worthy.... especially when you know the rules really really well and no one else does.... you come across as a fuckin d-bag lol.
 
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I once convinced my then-spouse to play Risk with me.

I also could have written that sentence:

"Only ONCE did I convince my then-spouse to play RIsk with me."

Risk both takes too long and requires too much ruthless cutthroat-ery for it to be a good couples game lol. I agree, though, that Monopoly is also ban-worthy.... especially when you know the rules really really well and no one else does.... you come across as a fuckin d-bag lol.
I like the strategy games but in my house if they are 1v1 no one will play with me anymore (stratego, chess, othello, connect 4) or if it is multiplayer my wife and kids team up on me (Blockus, Risk, Catan). Can be a lot of fun if I can still pull off the "W" but there is only so much one can do when there is a team of three focused on taking you out.
 
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I like the strategy games but in my house if they are 1v1 no one will play with me anymore (stratego, chess, othello, connect 4) or if it is multiplayer my wife and kids team up on me (Blockus, Risk, Catan). Can be a lot of fun if I can still pull off the "W" but there is only so much one can do when there is a team of three focused on taking you out.
FYI with these games you can not really "attack" a player, you can take things they want, but that affects everyone.
Through the Ages, in Peaceful mode (take out the attacks)
Puerto Rico
Caverna
 
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I once convinced my then-spouse to play Risk with me.

I also could have written that sentence:

"Only ONCE did I convince my then-spouse to play RIsk with me."

Risk both takes too long and requires too much ruthless cutthroat-ery for it to be a good couples game lol. I agree, though, that Monopoly is also ban-worthy.... especially when you know the rules really really well and no one else does.... you come across as a fuckin d-bag lol.
My entire family will on a rare occasion bust out Risk. It causes nothing but fights and inevitably someone ends up crying. Fun times! LOL
 
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I already have a copy of Gloomhaven, the Forgotten Circles Expansion, and Pre Order Frosthaven

For favorite Table top memory

I would say I was playing a Dragonborn in D&D, and I was trying to seduce someone and I asked
"Do you have any Dragonborn in you"
Response : "no"
"Would you like some?"
I rolled a Nat 1, and he said
"No I have never eaten Dragonborn"


Also if you are bored, this site has some excellent games

I would highly recommend
If you want a "Strategy Game"
Through The Ages
Great Western Trail
Terra Mystica

If you want a "Fun / Simple Game"
Carcassonne
7 Wonders
I have only gotten to play Gloomhaven once at BGG Con. It was a lot of fun!

Another great game is Twilight Imperium. Some buddies and I play that on VTT from time to time. Always a lot of fun. The first play-thru I ever did of it was a Con and it took us 12 hours to finish it!!
 
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I was 12 and my brother 8. We are at grandma’s house for a snow day. She breaks out Monopoly and it is a big hit. We have fallen in love and before we go home she says you can take the game I have another copy. We get home and instantly start begging my mom to play. We did not know because we were kids but my mom hates Monopoly with a passion. We play as much as we can get her to play for most of a month. It was the best and my mom almost never won. Next mom hits a hot streak and wins every Monopoly game we play over the next month. My brother and I get bored and quit asking her to play. Fast forward 20 years and I am at the parents for dinner. Someone brings up Monopoly and my dad says to my mom. “Remember when you put all of the Monopoly money from the game in the basement in the coffee table so you could cheat and beat the kids?” My mom turns red and says I have no idea what you are talking about. I have kids now and to be honest I can’t say that I blame her one bit.
 
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a bunch of guys use to get together and drink and play risk.. lets just say drinking and risk don't mix well... more then one night we picked the game up off the floor...

so far my favorite has been teaching my kids (ages 14 and 17) about board games during covid... they have played the classics but we started some new ones. we have been on a roll so far...
splendor
sequence
catan jr and now regular catan
dice forge - my sons favorite so far
pandemic
throw throw butiro
stratego
5 minute marvel
ticket to ride
mysterium
forbidden sky
photosynthesis
dixit - my daughters favorite
azul
blockus
clank legacy


also just got my son the D&D starter kit and a few books to start him off
he talked a couple of his friends to start with him - kinda excited to get him off the play station


even got the wife playing them... i may of had to bribe her with beer on some of them
 
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I used to have these 6 person All night Risk games. We had it at family get togethers and everything.

Until one Christmas, my Uncle instead of getting his continent and retiring, decided he was going to roll from Europe to Australia. Grandpa wasn’t happy and yeeted the board. RIP Christmas Risk game ‘89. You made things interesting.
 
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So Many great games and great stories. MTG was a HUGE game and had a lot of fun memories.
The Biggest problem with MTG - People think too much and develop decks that exploit rules, and just too many great cards never ever get used.
If your like the average MTG fanatic - you have Thousands of cards which you wouldnt put into a deck because they just dont fit.

So this is my Home School rules for Magic the CHAOS.

Separate ALL your Cards into 2 Decks Land and Normal. All players draw from the same decks. And there is only one shared graveyard

Break out all the WEIRD and CHAOTIC Cards that you never use. I make the majority of cards Multi-colored and really chaotic cards.
(You will have to remove some Deck destroying Cards, as they just dont fit with this Hack) Just have fun with the deck until you have about 500 chaotic cards.

Shuffle everything. (Get each person to Shuffle 50-60 cards together)

Roll your d20's to see who goes first.

To build your hand - Each player Draws one card at a time. They can draw a Land or a Normal, but still only have 7 Cards as normal.

Begin play as per normal - but The game will be totally Chaotic - and even - and still strategic - and to be honest a whole lot of fun.

If you want a longer game - (Start with 40 Lives each) But to be honest a longer game is not always a better game.

When the Game Ends - Just remove the graveyard cards from play, and Shuffle the lands back underneath the Lands Deck and just start again. Very Quick turnaround.


Hope you enjoy - would like to hear if anyone tries this and shares their feedback.
 

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I'm very into TTRPGs, I easily play them more than EQ (which is by far my most played video game). So my most recent memorable experience of many is when I was GMing troika. The party had finally made it to the top of an academician's tower to find a macguffin (it was a book). The academician found them, fight ensues, and one of the players just kept getting thrown out of the window and scraping his way back in until eventually his luck ran out and he fell to his death. Another player, who was playing a pond-pisser, had his braveheart moment just then before the other character could hit the ground; he pissed out the window, shouted something incomprehensible, and jumped after the other guy. The third player, who is playing a porter, bonks the academician on the head, easily taking him out, then goes to the base of the tower, picks up his now deceased companions, and walks off into the sunset. Because that's what porters are contractually obligated to do.
Troika is the best game.
 
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3 day long game of Axis and Allies with 4 of my siblings. I always loved playing the USA, My arch-enemy brother always played Germany. those battles were long and epic, but no one ever rage quit a game. we stuck it out to the very last roll of the dice. Sadly it wasn't long after that we started playing RTS computer games though.
 
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Over the years it's hard to pick a single "Best" memory when it comes to tabletop games. But, after digging through the archives this is what I came up with.

I believe the Japanese have this tendency to call people who are truly amazing at something a "Saint" at least that's what I've seen on the anime's I've watched with my kids.

Well, as it turns out one of my son's friends was a "Saint" at a game called "Lords of Waterdeep." On average he was just a normal guy. 20 something just getting started. Not super well educated. You've seen a million

But, when playing this game. The man transformed into this strategic genius that truly blew my mind. I'm no slacker and neither is my son. We know the game very well. But watching this guy drop card after card. Racking up points and pushing his token through the scoreboard left me feeling like a five-year-old trying to play a Grandmaster at chess. Within thirty minutes. We were so far behind we gave up and announced he was in FACT the Lord of Waterdeep. Threw the game in the trash and of course, A few months later assumed he just cheated or something cuz nobody is that GOOD! :)

He remains the Champion to this day and sadly I doubt I'll ever get a rematch. Life being what it is he's moved on to bigger and better things.
 
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Around 1985-6 attending a tournament in Melbourne Australia.

We played Runequest, Traveller, Call of Cthulhu and Paranoia.

We didn’t win but we rated a special mention for our devotion (in character) to the god Bran. The prize a Massive box of All-Bran a very fibrous breakfast cereal.

We had a blast over the 3-4days and as a late ring in to the team it cemented my interest in gaming. I lived in the outback growing up with my nearest neighbours property being a little over 40mile away didn’t have a chance to be social other than school or football.
 
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I play D&D with my wife and kids, along with the occasional friend.

A few years ago I managed to rope my dad into playing with us (he'd never played an TTRPG in his life lol)
I ran the original Curse of Strahd adventure, I managed to terrify my wife and kids, but my dad took to the roleplay like a duck to water, so much so that he now regularly join us for games.

It was really genuinely gratifying when my dad turned around and said he finally understood my love for all things fantasy, and now he's become a total convert lol
 
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Played a several-years D&D 3.0 campaign. One of the players was a dark, brooding fighter/mage type with some kind of axe to grind against St. Cuthbert, god of justice. He also occasionally wandered off on side quests that were never really explained, the other players knew something was going on but we never knew what.

Climactic battle of the campaign, we defeat the big villain who was some kind of superpowered lich or something, we were grudgingly working with the priesthood of St. Cuthbert to use some kind of artifact to make it so he wouldn't pop right back up after we killed him. At the very last moment, Mr. Brooding Fighter double crosses everyone, redirects the power of the artifact and erases St. Cuthbert from reality, completing his revenge. He escapes leaving the rest of the party holding the bag with some very, *very* angry, but de-powered, clerics.

Player was a dick but it was ridiculously epic.
 
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This.. I remember many late nights playing this with my buddies in junior high and high school.. and those inevitable midnight runs to wendy's for their $0.99 Jr Burger deluxes... x 6 .. for me lol
My friends and I would play Axis and Allies for an entire weekend (sometimes multiple weekends) when I was in high school. That game is awesome!
 
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That sounds painful... we'll have to give it a try! LOL
The Gist of Diplomacy is
Player A tells Player B, "Lets Attack Player C he is stronger than both of us, but together we can do it"
Then Player A can either
attack Player C
attack Player B (Betray player B)
or Do nothing (also betraying player B)
 
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I grew up playing monopoly and Risk with friends. We were real competitive with risk. I make a point to play table top with my kids at least once a week. Uno is a big hit here and we start a few card games daily. We cant be on the computers all the time.

I saw there is an oregon trail board or card game now....anyone play this? i thought this would be a good game night purchase.
 
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I grew up playing monopoly and Risk with friends. We were real competitive with risk. I make a point to play table top with my kids at least once a week. Uno is a big hit here and we start a few card games daily. We cant be on the computers all the time.

I saw there is an oregon trail board or card game now....anyone play this? i thought this would be a good game night purchase.
UNO was another one i grew up with.. no computers back then.. my grandmother taught me a ton of card games .. kanasta, rummy, then when we found it out, rummolli was a big hit.. did that one in high school a ton too.. what else do you do with that huge container of pennies you've been collecting for years!!
 

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