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Reading these won’t be a trivial pursuit.
Would you Risk everything to find a Clue for your Trivial Pursuit of the Sorry existence we call Life? Or were you more of Mouse Trap person?
Each is full of bitter recriminations and regret.
Have you ever revisited a favorite childhood game and attempted to turn it into a night of unbridled hedonism? Chances are things didn’t turn out quite the way you expected.
WARNING: May ruin friendships forever.
Sure, you remember Mall Madness, the essential slumber party board game, but what about Ask Zandar?
All approved by the Associated Board of British Scrabble Players.
Because you still have the Perfection jingle stuck in your head.
Do you know that you can play Monopoly: Horse Lovers Edition? Yes, I know. It has blown my mind.
2014 looks to be an AMAZING year for board games!
Plus 14 celebrity weddings to look forward to in 2014, the 6 worst behaved frats, and 17 can’t-miss tours in 2014.
“No thanks.” —Your friends, when asked if they want to play Monopoly with you.
Before you get stuck playing Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit with your family over the holidays make sure you check out one of these games!
Only now can you see how these amusements were actually slightly corrupt.
Board games are designed to destroy friendships and ruin lives. However, if done correctly, your board game night can be super fun!
This is what happens when musical acts like Aqua try to make board games.
“Come over and play board games!” they said. “It’ll be fun!”
One still very popular board game has been around since before the Civil War.
After all, it’s THE GAME OF WORLD CONQUEST.
1500 years old and still going strong.
For when you’re snowed in with your parents and forced to play a game about the miserable circumstances that brought you there.
Remember these games…and how fucked up they were? ’90s girls: This is why you are the way you are.
Snazzy. Oh, designers and their games.
Internet memes, “Jersey Shore,” and ESPECIALLY Zynga ripoffs-of-board-games-turned-back-into-board-games are an affront to gaming. They must be stopped.
Delta Heavy’s stop-motion video featuring childhood board games is giving OK GO a run for its money.
What was it about the ’90s that spawned board games that were dependent on how able you were to place pieces on a delicate contraption? (Jenga, Don’t Break The Ice, Mouse Trap, Don’t Wake Daddy… just to name a few.) The Spinto Band’s latest video explores how a poor kid who constantly loses could eventually snap.