Released in 1978, a socialist alternative to Monopoly sold over 200,000 copies and was translated into multiple languages.... READ ON
The Ouija board has terrified countless slumber party children and served as a plot vehicle in a number of Hollywood films. Here’s where it came from.... READ ON
Here's a big achievement with tiny blocks.... READ ON
In 1943, the U.S. War Department issued a manual packed with "informal" games that men might play if they were lucky enough to have downtime. The games were intended to occupy mind and body, manage stress, and subtly provide tactical training. Which might explain why so many games involved tackling and beating your fellow soldiers. But other, less physical games translate great from the barracks to the backyard. Here are eight of our favorites.... READ ON
The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.