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WHAT'S THE BEST GAME?

Pictionary - I always win

I still enjoy good ol' fashion dirt and rocks, myself

The board game Life - nothing really bad ever happens

Hungry hungry hippos Hungry Hungry Hippos is a board game made for young children currently produced by Hasbro of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, under the brand of its subsidiary, Milton Bradley. It was introduced in 1978. , because it takes no skill

Politics

Talisman talisman: see amulet.

talisman

amulet with which Saladin cures Richard the Lion-Hearted. [Br. Lit.: The Talisman]

See : Charms
 - the best quasi-role playing game in the world

Go Fish (baby-sitters would be lost without it)

"I never" - there's no better way to learn everything you didn't want to know about someone

Calvinball (for those who loved Calvin and Hobbes)

Monopoly (the most intergenerational in·ter·gen·er·a·tion·al  
adj.
Being or occurring between generations: "These social-insurance programs are intergenerational and all
 game invented)

Soccer - a global favorite with everyone but U.S. advertisers

Mullet mullet: see silversides.
mullet

Any of fewer than 100 species (family Mugilidae) of abundant, commercially valuable schooling fishes found in brackish or fresh waters throughout tropical and temperate regions.
 hunting

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Uno Cricket - any game that uses something called a "wicket" must be cool! Super Mario World
For the cartoon, see Super Mario World (cartoon).
Super Mario World (スーパーマリオワールド
 - so many cool levels, and power up goodness.
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Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Dec 2, 2002
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