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TR Smith says
If they think they can make a buck out of it, they'll make electronic Jenga. I had forgotten about Othello and Connect 4. Thank you for reminding me!
Clue is supposed to help teach deductive reasoning ... and I never won. I could never be a detective. See, some games we fail at help us figure out our future careers. Operation taught me I could never be a surgeon.
Haha! I always hated the game Operation. The loud noise irritated me and I always wanted to smash the game with a mallet!
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We still play both, and the games have to be at least ten years old.
I like rummy, but my wife plays something called Rummy 5000 where there are wild cards and the number of cards you get at the beginning change with every hand. Scrabble! We have four different versions including the HUGE one that takes hours to play.
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Megan Carroll says
We have several dozen board games, and though the boxes are tearing at the corners and some of the pieces of missing, they still get played. We provide "game gifts" at every Christmas, too.
Children are supposed to win every time, well, most of the time. It's our job as parents. I remember how aggravating Aggravation was.