Friday, October 22, 2010

Board Game Family Reviews Hagoth!

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The fine family over at Board Game Family played and reviewed Hagoth (here). They give a nice write-up of what they think and they also provide a video detailing how to play (embedded below).

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Green Jellow with Carrots

Here we have a website with all kinds of resources, ranging from t-shirts to clipart to stickers to scrapbooking. But the coolest part for me was the BIG list of games and activities that are available for purchase and download (here's the list)! Prices range from FREE to $21.49.

There are a bunch of "file folder" type games where you print the content, cut and laminate, and adhere some of it to a file folder. Then you can play with the laminated pieces inside the folder. This is pretty much an activity, not so much a game, but I'm sure they provide fun times for younger kids.

Several differently themed BINGO games (Book of Mormon to Noah's Ark) are included in the list.

Puzzles are also included in the list, although, I don't know about everyone else, but cutting a puzzle out is quite a big deal.


Missionary Clue (here) looks like it's probably the most in-depth game in the list. From the site:



Which family will be converted?  Why did they choose to listen to the Gospel?  Figure it out as the Missionaries move across the board gathering clues. This game is great for kids who can read.  It would make an excellent FHE game or something to play on a regular game night.

Pieces of the game stand up, giving the game a 3-D feel.  It's best if you print it on heavy paper to make things nice and sturdy.

Everything is included to play the game.  Including:
• 6 sets of missionaries
• 8 homes
• 8 families
• 2 Church buildings
• game board
• "Clue Keeper"
• guessing cards
• die (fold into cube)
• etc.


It's nice to see places online where games and activities are available!

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