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The Top 10 Board Games of All Times

    1. Chess

    It is one of the world's most ancient and popular games, played by millions of people all across the globe.

    2. Stratego

    Stratego is a strategy based game for two opposing players on a 10 by 10 board. Each player commands 40 pieces representing individual soldiers and officers in their army. The goal of the game is to discover and capture the opponent's flag, or to capture so many enemy units that your opponent can't make any more moves.

    3. Monopoly

    There's generally no middle ground when it comes to Monopoly, either you're going to love it or hate it. Hate it or love it, Monopoly seemingly has been timeless in its goal, whether to entertain or simply pass the time. Everyone has Monopoly memories. Everyone's been pushed to the edge by a frustratingly long game.

    4. Risk

    The standard version of this game is played on a board depicting a political and territorial map of Earth, which contains six continents with 42 territories. Players roll a dice and control armies to attempt to take over other players' territories.

    5. The Settlers of Catan

    In the game, players are in the role of settlers; each player tries to build and gain holdings while acquiring and trading for needed resources. As an individual player's settlement increases in size, they earn points. The Player that reaches the set number of points wins.

    6. Scrabble

    The word game Scrabble consists of two to four players who score points by placing tiles, each tile bears a single letter onto a game board which is a 15×15 grid of cells. The objective of this game was to put letters together, build words, accumulate the most words and out-score the other players.

    7. Battleship

    Before the actual game begins, each of the two players strategically and secretly arranges their ships will be on the play grid. Every ship occupies a set number of consecutive squares, arranged either vertically or horizontally. The type of ship will determine the number of squares it will receive relative to the grid.

    8. Clue

    Clue is an exciting murder mystery game designed for three to six players, created by Anthony Pratt from Birmingham, England. It is currently published by Hasbro. The goal of the game is to figure out who murdered the game's victim, "Mr. Boddy". You must also determine where and what weapon was used in said murder.

    9. Dominion

    You play as royalty, a monarch that is the sole ruler of a small benevolent kingdom. You must quickly gain as much of the surrounding unclaimed land as possible. You can hire minions, build, upgrade your castle, to defend yourself and to conquer.

    10. Ticket to Ride

    The train cards are shuffled, and four cards are dealt to each opposing player. The remainder cards are shuffled and placed next to the board, then five of them are turned over and placed face-up next to the draw pile. The player who has traveled the most distance goes first, and then action continues clockwise around the table.

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