Games

Battleship

Battleship

Having roots in the French game L’Attaque and American Basilinda, this strategy and guessing game is said to have been played by Russians before World War I. The first commercial version of this game was named Salvo. Battleship is played…
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Backgammon

Backgammon

One of the oldest board games (almost 5,000 years old) combines strategy and luck. Most scholars agree that the word comes from the Middle English baec (back) and gamen (game). The game is represented in art, such as “The Triumph…
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IQ Twist

IQ Twist

120 challenges to twist your brain! This game will improve your concentration and logic skills while trying to arrange all 8 puzzle pieces on a rectangular board. As the level of the challenge is higher, the game gets harder because…
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Lego

Lego

I think one of the most played games of all times must be Lego. There are countless varieties of these colorful plastic bricks. The word “Lego” comes from the Danish phrase leg godt which means “play well”. Indeed, there is…
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Uno

Uno

The game has 108 cards in four colors (blue, green, yellow, red). Each color has one 0, two 1 through 9 and two Skip, Draw two, Reverse, four of wild and Wild draw four. Every player receives 7 cards and…
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Sudoku

Sudoku

Although French newspapers had some sort of Number Place puzzles in the 19th century, the modern Sudoku as we know it today was designed by a retired architect from Indiana. Unfortunately he did not live to see the widespread of…
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Guess Who

Guess Who

If you like solving mysteries and being a little Sherlock Holmes, Guess Who will quench your thirst. You must examine 24 “suspects” with different traits and accessories and guess who is the “culprit”. Each player has a board with 24…
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