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.
Asked in Monopoly (game), Board Games
What happens when you land on Free Parking in Monopoly?
According to the official rulebook: “A player landing on this place does not receive any money, property or reward of any kind. This is just a ‘free’ resting place.” Many people who play choose to invoke a house rule that allows anyone who lands on Free Parking gets to collect the pot of money that has accumulated from all fines, taxes, etc., up to that point. However, the rulebook states that all of that money is supposed to go directly back to the bank.
Asked in Board Games, Mumbai
Does India import bicycle playing cards?
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What does your bakugan g-power based on it attributes mean in bakugan tradeing card game?
Let's say your Gate or Ability Card has the following bonuses for the attributes on the card (unlike ability cards gate cards always have every attribute): Pyrus=100, Aquos=50, Sub Terra=0, Haos=90, Darkus=200, Ventus=80. Your Bakugan's printed G is 760 and it's attribute Ventus. If you roll your Bakugan and it lands on the card we're talking about it gets +80 g power. So now you've got 840 g. Whoevers G is higher wins the gate card, get three and you win the game. The Pyrus, Aquos, etc., etc., are the attributes. In the following it says what color each attribute normally is: Pyrus=red, Aquos=blue, Sub Terra=brown, Haos=white, Darkus=black, Ventus=green. On the card behind the g bonus is the color of the attribute so just in case you forget which is which. Oh I'd like to say that Pyrus is Fire, Aquos is Water, Subterra is Earth, Haos is Light, Darkus is Darkness, and Ventus is Wind.
Asked in Board Games, Howrse
What do you type in for the board game surprise on howrse?
Asked in Board Games, Chess, Checkers
How many black checker pieces are on each checkerboard?
Asked in Board Games, Card Games
How do you play the beast quest trading card game?
Asked in Vietnam War, Board Games
In the game of dominos do you have to say domino after set your last domino down?
What is the wild card race?
In baseball the AL and NL each have 3 divisions (East, Central, West) -- those division winners all qualify for the playoffs, then you take all the other teams in the league, whichever team has the best record is the wildcard -- the AL and NL each have 4 teams make the playoffs (3 division winners and the wildcard) -- The wildcard CANNOT play the winner of their division in the 1st round (LDS) -- in the event that 2 or more teams qualify for the wildcard, they will play a 1 game playoff game against each other, the winner of that game will be the wildcard --- the wildcard is the #4 seed regardless of their win-loss record and will play the #1 seed (unless that happens to be a team from their division, in which case they would play the #2 seed in the Division Series) A "wildcard race" references the end of the regular season when teams that do not win their division are going for that #4 seed (the wildcard team) Beginning in the 2012 season, there will always be a one-game playoff, regardless of the records of the competing teams.
Asked in Board Games, Card Games
How many cards do you draw if you can't play in uno?
Asked in Board Games, Monopoly (game)
How do you unlock boards on monopoly streets?
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friendus with Ralph Anderson?
Where do you find out about new board games coming out? Your Friendly Local Game Store (FLGS) is a great source and the number one online source as I have already mentioned is Boardgamegeek.com. I find out a lot because I am in the business, but most people get information on new games from game conventions like Origins, Gen Con, Essen Game Days Fair in Germany and many other local game conventions throughout the year.