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Roll for it Review

I am a big advocate of learning through play and, more specifically, through playing tabletop games. I really think there’s such a broad range of skills that can be learnt through this medium, from maths and reading skills, to social skills like sharing, taking turns and working as part of a team.  444 more words

Family Life

Old games, good fun

If you are bored of watching Tv shows, cartoons, playing with I-pads, video games and you don’t have any idea on how to entertain your kids anymore, try to imagine how people entertained themselves a hundred years ago without a telly or video games! 381 more words

Melbourne

Sunday, June 29th, 2014 - Trivial Pursuit

I take it all back
whatever I said was harsh
spanish do great food

trivial pursuit
it would always end in tears
I hid in my room…

Yearabroad

Review: Mariokart Wii

With the World Cup currently straddling TV schedules like an excited gorilla with a vuvuzela that bites anything that looks at it funny (obligatory Luis Suarez joke), I thought initially of reviewing a FIFA game. 1,422 more words

Gaming

The game of life

The game of life is a simple and rocking game where you go round the board to find your life.The aim of the game is to retire with the most money. 66 more words

Taboo

Number of Players: 4 – 10

Year of Publication: 1989

Creator(s): Brian Hersch (designer), René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo (artists)

NO. FLAILING COUNTS AS CHEATING. 818 more words

Review

MY GAME OF LIFE (CLUB PROMPT - FAMILY GAMES)

I can really associate the names of games with parts of my life.

Thinking back on my childhood, I’d have to say the best game name that comes to mind is CHUTES AND LADDERS. 1,353 more words

GENERAL INTEREST