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written by: spartanman47
 
When I was a youngster, my parents organized game nights with some well-known board games to encourage family togetherness. See if you can remember these games.

Question 1:

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This was an adventure/fantasy type of game where players moved on a map around a battery-operated plastic object, collected treasure, fought enemies, and avoided disasters to a final pitched battle.
Dragonslayer
Dungeons and Dragons
Black Fortress
Dark Tower


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In an episode of the Seinfeld series, characters Kramer and Newman were playing a board game which was taken so seriously that neither would trust leaving the board alone with the other player. What was the game?
Chess
Battleship
Trivial Pursuit
Risk


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In the original Battleship game, one could set up hidden minefields to blow up enemy ships.
True
False


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In Monopoly, which of the following railroads is not included in the original playing board?
Short Line
Reading
J&L
Pennsylvania


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In The Game of Life, what was the name of the retirement area for the player with the most cash?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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In this electronic board game, the board is set up similarly to Clue with rooms, doors, and in this case, windows and passages. By using sounds and displays from the device, one could follow a path from the crime to the suspect.
Sherlock Holmes at Present
Crimeline
Stop,Thief!
To Catch a Thief


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In Trivial Pursuit (Genus edition), different colors match different categories to be read. Which of the following do not match?
Pink - Entertainment
Orange - Arts and Literature
Blue - Geography
Yellow - History


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The board game Aggravation involved a series of similar questions asked to each person, comparing their answers and based on the results, moving the pieces through a grid toward a goal.
True
False


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Question 9:


In this board game, using one set of cards, players move their pieces based on how well one can guess the meaning of an absurdly unknown word, and fool other players into picking their own made-up meaning.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


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In Scrabble, what is the point value of the letter K?
4
5
8
3


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