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NPR played the latest version of Pandemic with four real-life epidemiologists.
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December 19, 2015 We played the latest version of Pandemic with four real-life epidemiologists. And it made them sweat!
Residents of New Georgia Signboard, a small village just north of Monrovia, pass the time by playing a fast-paced board game called Ludo.
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December 16, 2014 The fast-paced board game — it's a lot like Parcheesi — offers a way to escape the stress of life in the Ebola zone.
The deconstructed, hexagonal salad nicoise: perfect for all your gourmand geek friends.
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December 19, 2013 Deconstructed salads and nachos go in hexagonal bowls that mimic the layout of the German board game with a cult following. Cookbook author Chris-Rachel Oseland says that the recipes are perfect for die-hard players with dietary restrictions.
This Australian version of Monopoly shows some updates - check out the laptop. But a new edition puts a computerized banker in control of every move.
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February 21, 2011 Not even Monopoly can escape the march of time and technology. The latest edition of the classic, beloved board game puts a computerized banker in control of the action. In other words, no more cheating!
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