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2018-06-09

2018-06-06

  • 23:47 UTC (new) (history) ArithmeticalCroquetRules . . . . JamesVipond This article is based on a description in ''The Diaries of Lewis Carroll'' (1954). The actual game of Croquet is played on a lawn by two or more . . .

2018-06-05

2018-05-31

  • 18:36 UTC (new) (history) Facts in Five . . . . JamesVipond Facts in Five, originally part of the 3M Bookshelf Series, is a commercial adaptation of the folk game ["Guggenheim"]. It has been published by . . .
  • 18:26 UTC (new) (history) Scattergories . . . . JamesVipond Scattergories, published in 1988 by Milton Bradley, is a word game suitable for party settings. It originated from a folk game called ["Guggenheim"]. . . .

2018-05-30

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2018-05-17

  • 19:12 UTC (new) (history) FocusRules . . . . JamesVipond Focus is a checkers variant invented in 1963 by Sid Sackson. **Number of players:** 2 **Equipment:** An 8×8 board; 18 checkers in each of two . . .
  • 15:59 UTC (new) (history) 1 Comment on WordGolfRules . . . . RonHaleEvans Sometimes people try to make the ladder in as few steps as possible (like real golf). This makes it possible to play competitively. You might also . . .
  • 02:58 UTC (new) (history) WordGolfRules . . . . JamesVipond Word Golf, also known as Doublets or Word Ladders, is one of many games invented by Lewis Carroll. The objective is to change one word into another, . . .

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