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GAMEBOOK Interactive Book of Board Games

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4.7/5?
Discovered on 2018-06-04

Introducing GAMEBOOK, the interactive book of board games. Unlike any you’ve ever seen, this book features a collection of ancient abstract games. They include Surakarta, Mu Torere, Senet, Nine Men’s Morris, and more. If you’ve never heard of these games before, don’t worry. GAMEBOOK also comes with a delightful history of board games along with rules for each one. In addition, the design of the book itself is something to marvel. Complete with figures, sticks, and dice, GAMEBOOK has everything you need to start playing any of these games. The book features basic geometric forms and a limited color range, giving GAMEBOOK a modern design. The spine and pages are actually magnetic so you can take out the games you want to play. However, the magnets are strong enough to keep the pages right where you need them. Likewise, each game inside looks like its own work of art.

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Overview & Specs
Games :
Surakarta, Tablut, Pachisi, Alquerque, Mu Torere, Senet, Nine Men’s Morris, Stern-halma
Features :
Magnetic Binding, Rearrangement
Includes :
Sticks, Figures, Dice, History/Rules Booklet
Materials :
Paper, Cardboard, Wood
Dimensions :
12.6 x 11 x 0.86 Inches
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