Green Box of Games



These are games with a strong history, some dating back thousands of years.

Backgammon – Game #5

Backgammon is one of the oldest boardgames known, dating back more than 5000 years. It features simple rules, but often difficult choices. Its combination of luck, strategy and lots of interaction makes for a rich and rewarding game experience for players of all ages and skill levels. Continue reading “Backgammon – Game #5”

Tic-tac-toe – Game #4

Tic-tac-toe is a simple and ancient game that you can easily play with the Green Box. Perhaps more an exercise than a game, as experienced players know that you can not really play to win, only to draw.

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Ludo – Game #3

The game of Ludo is probably familiar to most people. Based on the Indian game of Pachisi, it was patented and introduced in England in 1896. Playing Ludo with the Green Box makes the board smaller, but allows you to play with the rules.

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Halma – Game #2

Halma is a classic game invented in the 19th century, and the original game behind the variant Chinese Checkers. It has simple rules but provides plenty of interesting strategy, while including enough unpredictable interaction to make it fun for the whole family. Continue reading “Halma – Game #2”

Checkers – Game #1

A timeless classic offering complex strategy with simple rules. Continue reading “Checkers – Game #1”

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