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Virtual Thing of the Day: 5/12/20

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Today’s virtual thing is good for all ages. These are online versions of classic board and card games that you can play remotely with your loved ones. Who’s up for game night?

Boggle: I have fond memories of playing Boggle with my family and friends over the years. The classic game is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

Monopoly: I stink at Monopoly. I know there are many people who love the game, though. And now you can play it online with your people. Available for $3.99 from the App Store and Google Play.

Uno: Now this one, I love! I play it for free on Facebook Gameroom, and it’s also available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

Scrabble Go: This version is just what you’d expect. It comes with the official board, tiles, and Scrabble word dictionaries are used to. Play it for free on the App Store or Google Play.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

10 thoughts on “Virtual Thing of the Day: 5/12/20

  1. I thought from picture before got it up bigger this was going to be the chocolate version of scrabble … which I saw in a shop the other day. I resisted but now I have remembered maybe I do need chocolate scrabble.

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  2. 🙂 I play chess on-line with people from around the world. Totally enjoy it. Hal

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  3. We are a big board gaming family – we seriously must own at least a hundred board games because my husband is board game obsessed – and we have been playing a lot of board games, card games,and things like dominoes while we are all hunkered down at home together. I really like the idea of being able to play with far flung friends and family though. I am going to suggest the Scrabble one to my husband who used to play board games with colleagues when travelling for work. Maybe he and his colleagues can keep the tradition going.

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