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  1. GADGETS: Six of the best Boxing Day boredom bustersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Western morning News

    Don't let your family give in to the post-turkey sandwich slump on Boxing Day, give them one of these board games instead - fun, frantic Celebrating accents both across the UK and much further afield, players draw a statement from the pack, read it aloud in their everyday voice, then in their best interpretation of whichever accent card they've also been presented with - from Cockney to Cornish, and Scottish to Spanish. A little box but with wide-reaching fun.


  2. Kids Gifts to Make This the Best Christmas EverRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    ... that individualistic flair. Ages 8 and up. You never know who might be a secret double agent! In the fast-paced board game Spy Tag ($16.99), kids take off on an exhilarating race to spot and tag the spies before time is up. Players draw spy cards ...


  3. Gold shoelaces worth 12,000 are among the luxury items to...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | This is Gloucestershire

    ... team before being snapped in a glossy photoshoot. But prices start at A 60,000. Sitting down with the family to a board game this Christmas? How about Scrabble played on a board made of the softest leather, with lambskin magnetic tiles and all bound ...


  4. Screens Have Negative Effects on Children's DevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Child Up

    From birth to six years old, any screen has significantly negative effects on kids' development. - According to the "Growing Up in Ireland" national longitudinal study, which follows the progress of almost 20,000 children across the country, five-year-olds who spend three hours or more per day watching TV, on the Internet, or playing video games are more likely to have emotional, behavioral, sleeping and learning difficulties than their peers.


  5. Retro signs of the seasonRead the original story

    5 hrs ago |

    ... could enjoy for $28.88. Gambles at 230 S. Main St. had figure skates for $8.95 and pool tables for $22.95. The board game, Monopoly, sold for $2.97, while the 12-inch Tammy fashion doll was $1.89. Spayths in downtown Findlay offered a selection of ...


  6. Drs. Roizen and Oz: Digital games have benefits; best sex positions for people with lower-back painRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

    ... device. That can make classroom learning seem boring. The tactile experience of reading on paper or playing a board game on a coffee table is calmer because of the relationship you have to incoming info and how you navigate through it and recall it. ...


  7. Dealing with stress during the holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Star

    Aiken Standard File Photo Spending time with family and friends is a way to relieve holiday stress. Here Sandra Pierce helps little Addison with her candy bag during Night of 1,000 Lights.


  8. Video: Top 10 Christmas toysRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    ... related to the hit film Frozen flying off the shelves, parents may be pleasantly surprised to see the classic board game Monopoly is hanging in there, still proving popular after 80 years. And for all the innovations in toy technology and gadgetry, ...


  9. Game Board Guru gives away 918 board games from collectionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | WNDU-TV South Bend

    The results are in! The self-proclaimed Game Board Guru gave away 918 board games last week to families who needed a little extra something under their Christmas tree. He found homes for 850 games during Christmas 2013 and set the goal of donating 1,000 more to families in need this holiday season.


  10. Hearthstone Gives Me Hope For A Broken Mobile MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Cinema Blend News

    The launch of Hearthstone on Android devices finally convinced me to dive into mobile gaming, something I have almost completely avoided these past few years while waiting for the platform to mature and produce a more robust selection of quality titles. While Blizzard's free-to-play card battle game give me plenty of hope, most of my other experiences this past month have left me underwhelmed.


  11. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Daily Star

    Forget watching endless repeats on the telly this Chritsmas, get everyone round the table and beat the Boxing Day hangover with some top family fun. We've enlisted the help of the experts and here's their pick of the best board games you can buy.


  12. Mitchell's Musings: Merry ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    On Thursday night we put up the Christmas tree , so of course I dug out the seasonal CDs to put on my Technics six-disc player and soon the strains of The Tractors and Elvis Presley floated out of the giant Technics speakers at the side of our entertainment centre enclosed in a nice piece of oak furniture. Piled next to one of the speakers is a collection of vinyl records, which we had to move to get the tree in place, all individually wrapped in protective plastic I got off a guy I used to know who worked in a record store .


  13. Comics and collectibles finding a big followingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    ... Turcotte said. They make great gifts for comic book lovers looking to read beyond the realm of superheroes. The board game selection has also grown to keep up with demand, and crowdfunding sites have helped board game inventors raise the money they ...


  14. Do you wanna play a snowman? Pop-up 'Frozen' and 6 more board gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HeraldNet

    Sometimes the best way to enjoy your relatives at the holidays is a little friendly competition. Or maybe sometimes the best way to keep your family from arguing about politics and ideology is to quiet them with a little family bonding.


  15. The Dork DenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Journal

    ... the store from 6 to 9 o'clock every evening to play their favorite games and try out new games. Seven days a week board game and card game lovers are welcome to indulge their hobby with other like-minded individuals. Each day of the week is centered ...


  16. Gift ideas for the families on your listRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Instead of handing out individual gifts for everyone in a family, consider giving a gift the entire family can share and enjoy together. A larger gift for the entire family may also help you save time and money this holiday season; instead of purchasing a number of individual gifts from an assortment of retailers, you can usually make just one or two larger purchases.


  17. Portaball Is A Different Kind Of Fantasy FootballRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Inventor Spot

    When you think of fantasy football, I'm sure the first thing you think is a virtual world of trading players and trying to set your lineup for Sunday's games. For some, fantasy football is a board game, with figurines and cards...and most of the time, more violence than the sport.


  18. Get together for some free festive board games funRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Northwich Guardian

    FAMILIES fed up with sitting in front of the TV over Christmas are being invited to get together for an afternoon of board games. Young and old are encouraged to take their favourite games along to Wincham Community Centre for a free event on Tuesday, December 30. The games afternoon runs from 2pm to 4pm, and is being organised by Annie Makepeace, the chairman of Wincham Parish Council, and Sue Lawson, who distributes the Wincham Word newsletter and undertakes litter collections in the village.


  19. Review: Logic and teamwork the key to Escape Room, Pittsburgh's new mystery adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    ... is an emergency and groups are monitored by close-circuit television. It's like being in a live version of a board game like Clue. Or on a scavenger hunt. Or part of an interactive theater production. And, yet, it's something completely different ...


  20. Council launches board game to make learning about business funRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    Whether you're running a market stall or a global corporation, the basics of business are the same and have been encapsulated into an engaging challenge. Leanne Healey, Wade Deacon's assistant vice principal and leader of computer science, business and careers, said: "The Enterprise Game is a great way to get our youngsters engaged with business ideas and principles in a fun and exciting way.