Board Games How To

Board games have become an active hobby for many people. And as you progress from playing some of the simple ones to the complicated board games, the hobby can get fairly addictive. There are people who pride themselves over their mastery over a large number of board games and also collect specific board games as a hobby. The lure of playing Monopoly on a relaxed Sunday afternoon or playing a quick round of Mastermind is something that you cannot keep board gamers away from.

Those who have adopted this hobby also feel that the computerized games do not allow for as much interest and inter personal interaction as the board games to since they are played face to face. In addition to that there are various groups, forums and clubs that have been formed to further specific board games and you will easily find groups that are heavily involved in take Scrabble and Monopoly to unexpected heights.

How to play Monopoly

Monopoly has been one of the most popular board games across many ages. While the game has been developed in various ways and there are various versions of the same, the fundamentals of the game remain the same. The game can be played by 2 players if one of them double up as a banker. But ideally it can be enjoyed by about 6 people. The objective of the game is to ensure the maximum amount of we...


How to play Scrabble

Scrabble is probably one of the most popular word board games that have ever been invented. The board game has a specific set of alphabets that are available in the form of small plastic or wooden squares and each alphabet has a score that can be attributed to it. Letters that are tougher to use in words like 'W', 'Z' 'X', 'Q' and 'Y' have a higher score t...


How to play Ludo

Ludo is a simple board game that can be played by 2 to 4 people. The origins of the game go as far back to the 6th century where it was played as 'pachisi' in India. Some of the earlier depictions of this game can be found in the caves of Ajanta. Ludo has 4 pieces of a single color and a dice with which it is played. At the start of the game, the players choose their colors. At this stag...


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