Jacks!! I'm still a beast at this game. Ring the doorbell, pick up cherries, sweep the floor, etc...

Jacks!! I'm still a beast at this game. Ring the doorbell, pick up cherries, sweep the floor, etc...

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Ludo was originally an Indian game. It was introduced into Britain c. 1880. Reading was also popular in the 19th century.

Ludo was originally an Indian game. It was introduced into Britain c. 1880. Reading was also popular in the 19th century.

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So many ideas for dice games, including simple classic childhood games, and printable games to play with dice

So many ideas for dice games, including simple classic childhood games, and printable games to play with dice

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I remember someone from school having a Gameboy really early on. On a school trip to London we all huddled round to watch him play Tetris (we had an inferior version on our PC) and Alleyway. It took years to get one for myself. Then it got thieved. I think.

I remember someone from school having a Gameboy really early on. On a school trip to London we all huddled round to watch him play Tetris (we had an inferior version on our PC) and Alleyway. It took years to get one for myself. Then it got thieved. I think.

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Screwball Scramble - I have been trying to remember the name of this game and I just found it on my nephew's Amazon wishlist! So much fun!

Screwball Scramble - I have been trying to remember the name of this game and I just found it on my nephew's Amazon wishlist! So much fun!

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Elastics - we played this all the time at school, but they don't seem to play it anymore.

Elastics - we played this all the time at school, but they don't seem to play it anymore.

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