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The overall goal of "The Game of Life" is to be in possession of the most money at the end of the game. Two to six players are needed, and the game is suggested for ages 8 and up. More »

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While playing the Pop-O-Matic Trouble game by Milton Bradley, players push the bubble top containing numbered dice to determine how many spaces they move around the board. The rules of the game stipulate that if another ... More »

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While playing the Pop-O-Matic Trouble game by Milton Bradley, players push the bubble top containing numbered dice to determine how many spaces they move around the board. The rules of the game stipulate that if another ... More »

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According to HowStuffWorks.com, the goal of Parcheesi is to move four pawns from the player's home circle to the center of the board. Two dice are rolled to move the pawns around the board. More »

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The object of standard two-rank Mancala is to be the player with the most stones at the end of the game. Each board contains 12 holes, six on each side, and two stores, one for each player. Each player takes turns removi... More »

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The “7 Wonders” game is a board game in which players gather resources, build their military and develop trade routes to reach the ultimate goal of building a wonder and ruling the most powerful civilization in the world... More »

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The goal of the game of horseshoes is to score the most points from pitching horseshoes at a stake at the opposite end of a long, narrow court. Points are scored not only for "ringers," which are tosses with which the ho... More »

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