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Brickset Bonusball Bonanza - Snowhitie editon - UK draw 15/09/2108
Tatadaaa, TGIF, it's Friday night so Bonus ball time!
For those who don’t know the rules, write your answer below
and the first 59 entrants will get a number. This is open worldwide. And the bonus ball from the UK lottery on
Saturday night will decide the winner. A CMF/poly will be sent to you. If you fancy hosting one of these yourself, shoot me a PM.
So, without further ado, on to this week's question. We've been playing some nice family games this week so I want to know, what is your favourite boardgame?
Ours is at the moment is Killer Bunnies (info here
) . My husband and I used to play it when we were courting and collected the extensions. It's one of those games you need an hour the first time to understand it all and get the strategy but then it's really fun. Some nice graphics, lots of jokes and good gameplay. We always thought it would be better with more and now our son is old enough to play these kind of things, we now play it with 3 and it is indeed great fun again. He is always asking to play it!
Please no double posting until 59 has been reached and then you can discuss everythint to your heart's content!
Good luck all!
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My favourite is Gloom of Kilforth.
The idea behind it is to take the epic scale D&D campaigns & make them happen in a hour or two. Stunningly beautiful artwork. Oh, and my two older daughters appear
Have always liked card games, used to play gin rummy, whist, canasta etc. with my grandparents. Uno is a fantastic game, I used to play that in the pub with mates, we also used to play a lot of s**thead which is vicious but so, so enjoyable. Go fish and chase the ace (or lady) were popular ones too.
I've got a copy of Creationary that I hope to try playing with the kids soon. I also got a vintage Connect 4 in the charity shop the other day for £2 which I hope will be getting played soon too.
Thanks for hosting @snowhitie. I think I've become incapable of answering these questions with anything like brevity.
As I recall, we always cheated as kids at monopoly anyway.
Right now I'm an avid Disney Princess Enchanted Cupcake Party Game player.
...I'm pretty sure my daughter has figured out how to rig it so she wins every time.
We've recently been playing 'Life'. I always end up being a lawyer for my career. Blah.
As endorsed by Alan Ball.
We're always too tired in the evening, and my two year old is still a touch too young for Settlers...
Thanks for hosting @snowhitie!
For some reason none of my friends or family will play my Star Wars Edition with me...
Scrabble, Upwords, Pictionary, Scategories, Sorry!, Taboo, Mr Pop, Connect 4, Downfall, Atmosfear and all the add ons, Hero Quest, Key To The Kingdom, Pass The Pud, Guess Who, Hungry Hippos, Labyrinth, Operation, Perfection, Trivial Pursuit Genus III, Super Quiz II, Articulate, Monopoly Mario Gamer, Pop up Pirate, Chess, Guess Who, Draughts, Cluedo, Jenga, Snakes and Ladders, Shhhh Don't Wake Dad! Battleship, Pacman (with a plastic pac man that swallowed white balls that sat in holes on a real playing board). Bizzy Buzzy Bumbles, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Blockbusters, The Krypton Factor, Doh Nutters, T.H.I.N.G.S including Grabbit & Sir Ring A Lot. Pass the Pigs, Boggle, Uno Roboto, Buckaroo, Kerplunk & Frustration.
Not all of these have a traditional board, but lots of fun memories in that lot.
There are definitely more! ;o)
Apples to Apples