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Before we, the gaming community, got all ‘Eurogamey’, a sign of a good game was one that took hours and hours to play. You can blame Francis Tresham for that. His 1829 games and his Civilization game were both brilliant and l-oo-nnn-gggg !!! Other designers wanted to join this party and one of...
Sorry, but I have missed a couple of months with part 5 in this series, but here it is. First though, the answers to Number 4, Find the Fault, Town Series.       My featured game this month is called Sport-a-Crest, published by Dennis's who were one of the major party game publishers of the 20th...
More party games you can try for youself, but first: Here are the answers to September's posers, featuring objects photographed from unusual angles. The two games were Guess What and What Can It Be?, both by Pepys. There were 12 pictures in each box and here are the answers: Guess What (Series 5...
Britain clearly loved party games from the 1920's onwards. It bordered on a passion because many companies tried their luck with such games. Some notable publishers in the field of boxed party games included Dennis's (usually using their brand name of "The Dainty Series"), Universal Publications...
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