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A board game is a game that involves the movement of counters or pieces on a pre-marked surface or "board," based on a set of rules. These games usually have a goal which a player strives to achieve.

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Can there be such thing as candyland where everything is made of candy?

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While a real-life Candyland where everything is made of candy doesn't exist, there are themed attractions and events that recreate this concept. Creating a place entirely made of candy would raise concerns about hygiene, sustainability, and practicality. It's enjoyable to imagine, but in reality, such a place would pose many challenges.

What is nocturnal animal?

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A nocturnal animal is one that is active during the night and sleeps during the day. These animals have adapted to low light conditions and often have special senses to help them navigate and find prey in the dark. Examples of nocturnal animals include owls, bats, and raccoons.

In contract rummy can you use 2 jokers to form a group or even 3?

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In contract rummy, typically only one joker can be used in a group or sequence. However, house rules may vary, so it's always best to clarify the rules with the other players before beginning the game.

What are the names of the blue monopoly properties?

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The blue monopoly properties are Park Place and Boardwalk.

In Undertale how hard is the Sans battle?

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Almost impossible. Even when you learn his attack pattern, he will keep dodging it!

How many dots are in a die?

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There are exactly

21 dots on a die.

How do you make a good bulletin board?

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To make a good bulletin board, choose a theme or topic, gather relevant materials such as images and text, and arrange them in a visually appealing way. Use contrasting colors, different textures, and varied shapes to create visual interest and make sure the information is clear and easy to read. Regularly update the content to keep it fresh and engaging for viewers.

What was the name of the Mills Brothers recording that had the lyrics 'I wish I knew the name of the girl in my dreams so I could change her name to mine'?

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Wasn't aware of a Mills Brother's recording, but it sounds like you're referring to the song Dinah Washington recorded as "I Wish I Knew the Name of the Boy" ... I wish I knew the name of the boy of my dreams, so I could say his name is mine ... I know his tender lips, I know his sweet caress, but gosh darn it all, I don't know his address ... That sound like the right song?

I believe the song you're looking for is "I Wish I Knew The Name (Of the Girl Of My Dreams". Released on Decca in 1947, the flip side was "Manana". Dinah Shore may have done a version of it herself, but the Mills Brothers version is definitely the 1947 one you're looking for. The song is I Wish, recorded by the Mills Brothers in 1944 (?) Hear it on http://www.jazz-on-line.com/a/mp3o/DEC72643.mp3

What kind of game is yahtzee?

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Yahtzee is a dice game where players roll five dice to try to achieve certain combinations and earn points. Players have up to three rolls to complete a set of combinations on their scorecard for each round. The player with the highest total score at the end of the game wins.

How long is the worlds longest chess game?

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The longest recorded chess game lasted for 269 moves and was played between Ivan Nikolic and Goran Arsovic in 1989. The game ended in a draw after it stretched over several months.

Which Asian Country was backgammon invented in?

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We have evidence that was discovered in the burnt city of Sistan and Baluchistan about 6000 years ago. Also, our poets have many poems about them. This is a Persian game. No one can steal the history and civilization of Persia. This game is completely Iranian. The documents are also available

What are the best learning sites for Python?

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What card games do you use the jokers in?

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Um, go fish sometimes. In war, it's the highest card sometimes. Some games use it as a wild card. And I'm pretty sure there is a game actually called "Joker". Where the Joker is the most important card. Actually there is a game called "the joker" which requires 4 people (3 minimum but then you have to take out the or heart set) and also a game called "Japanese joker" which has similar rules but is played between 2 people. in those games the Joker is the highest trump card so if you get both of them in one hand and have decent cards, than the round is yours(if you're smart enough). My opinion, The Joker, is the best card game ever created

How many fours are there in 52?

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There are four 4's in a standard deck of cards.

Where was snake and ladder board game invented?

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Snakes and Ladders1 is a very simple childhood racing board game. However its origins are reported to date back to the 2nd Century BC. It was played in India, and known by the name Moksha-patamu. In a time of great morality, it was originally a board game used by religious leaders to teach children about the difference between good and evil - climbing up the ladders representing good, and sliding down the snakes representing evil. The western world discovered Moksha-patamu during England's period of colonial expansion, and adopted it. In around 1890 the religious and moral aspects were removed, and it was repackaged and sold in England as a children's racing board game. Playing Snakes and Ladders Snakes and ladders is a game of luck played by between two and six players. Although it is marketed for children, it can be played and enjoyed by all ages. It is played on a ten by ten square board, numbered from one to 100; one is the starting square and 100 the end square. There are various amounts of snakes and ladders of differing lengths printed on the board, and a single die; the use of a dice-shaker is optional. Usually, coloured counters are used as playing pieces, but coloured buttons or any other objects small enough to fit on the playing squares can be used. The varying lengths of the snakes and ladders will move a player's piece backwards or forwards, slowing down or speeding up their race to the end. Some of the snakes and ladders are short and are only a small setback, or a small advantage. However, there is usually at least one long ladder, that takes a player about a quarter of the way up the board, and most boards have the head of a long snake at square number 97, taking the unfortunate player almost a quarter back down the board, just when they were nearly at the winning square. To decide who starts the game, the players take turns in rolling the die; the player with the highest score starts, and rolls the die again to move. The race to the end of the board begins. All players start with their playing piece off the board, with square number one as the first square to count on their turn. More than one playing piece can occupy the same square. There is no extra turn for rolling a six. It is a good idea to clarify the rules before the start of the game. On their turn, they roll the die and move their playing piece along the squares in accordance with the number rolled. When a player lands on a square containing the foot of a ladder, they move up to the top of the ladder. When a player lands on a square containing a snake's head, they move down the snake, right down to the end of the snake's tail. The winner is the first player to reach the end of the board; square 100. There are different rules for how this square can be reached. One is that the exact number needs to be rolled on the die, either by remaining on a square of 94 or above, and waiting until the required number is rolled, or by moving to 100 then reversing back, according to the number rolled on the die. The other is that the exact number need not be rolled; decide at the beginning of the game which rule to follow. Other Versions of Snakes and Ladders Disney has produced Princess Snakes and Ladders. It has a very colourful board, featuring Disney fairytale Princess characters. There is also a giant version of snakes and ladders ideal for floor or garden play. The playing board is a large plastic sheet, with large plastic counters and a large die. Among the selection of online snakes and ladders is this version of Snakes and Ladders which can be played by one to four players, and asks questions about basic English words and phrases. ---- 1 Also known as Chutes and Ladders

How to play ultimate uno?

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It's the same kind of game as Uno, but with an added twist of having an extra discard pile to play to and having both discard piles balanced on a... balancing device.

In Uno you are trying to get rid of the cards from your hand by playing them onto the discard pile by matching color or number. For instance: if the discard pile has a Red 3 on it you can play any other Red card or any color 3. There are also cards that effect the player who goes immediately after you: Skip, Reverse, Draw 2 and Wild Draw 4. Skip makes the person after you miss their turn. Reverse makes the turn order go in the opposite direction(So if you're playing a 4 player game instead of the play order going 1, 2, 3, 4 it goes 4, 3, 2, 1(This takes place immediately, so if you're player number 2 player 1 would get another turn as soon as you lay down the card)) and Draw 2 makes the person who goes after you draw 2 cards instead of taking their turn. Wild allows the player with that card to decide what color the next card has to be, and Wild Draw 4 allows the player to decide the color of the next card AND the next player has to draw 4 cards instead of taking their turn.

Uno Tippo plays the same but there are two discard piles to play onto and if you place one onto a pile and cause the scales to tip over you have to draw 2 cards.

Here is a page with a little info on Uno Tippo:

How many jokers in a deck of 52?

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There are 4 jacks in a deck of 52 cards!

What are spots on playing cards called?

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what are spots on a playing card called

What is the name of the guy killed in the the board game Clue?

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This varies. The north American versions say it is the ill-fated billionaire Mr. Reginald (or John) Boddy, however, almost all the foreign versions say it is Dr. Black. The name varies by versions and editions.

Can a pawn attack backwards?

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yes it may. A pawn can only move forward until taken or exchanged for another piece at the end row. It's defense is different than its offense, and it attacks diagonal to the square left ahead or right ahead and behind.

Does most board games have a copyright or patent?

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The game mechanism dates from 16th century India, where it was used for religious training. The specific layouts and designs used by game publishers are protected by copyright, but the game concept is not.