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    Default Games we like to play!

    Well - what are they?

    What sort of games do you like to play? (Not the computer ones, but the real life, non-bedroom, games with friends)

    I don't mind a little healthy competition to keep the brain ticking over.

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    So...no one plays games anymore?

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    My son and I play Yahtzee, snakes n ladders, trouble and snap with cards.

    I will introduce him to monopoly once he's old enough to get the concept of the game.

    I used to really enjoy card games ie 500 or Uka.


    Single mummy to a wonderful DS (Born 11/12/2008)

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    hmm - yes DS is already asking to play the older games but it just tends to be us helping him as he can't quite strategise just yet. But he does still enjoy a good game of snakes and ladders and snap. Have played trouble, but the little ones tend to move the pieces around too much.

    Love a good game of cards - uchre, 500, canasta, billionaire is always a good laugh. Board game wise - Sequence or ticket to ride are favourites at the moment.

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE playing Black Jack and Uno. yet to find someone to beat me.

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    My son LOVES quiz games. I'll pick a topic he is really interested in and ask him questions. Normally we do a who wants to be a millionaire type thing with toys instead of money.

    I taught my Little sisters to play poker. I love it. Wish I could be a pro player! So nice to have friends to play with.

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    my kids are too young to play these types of games mentioned in this thread.
    i dont have a chance to 'play games' as much as i would enjoy to! i do enjoy a game of trivial pursuit!
    dh and i play.....song pop!...haha...its a game? yah?
    Last edited by Beefie; 14-10-2013 at 18:51. Reason: typo


 

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