The Chartes Labyrinth; Go; Mancala; and more . .

Maybe you’re bored. Maybe you would like to try something a little bit different; exotic;  . . . dangerous! In the comfort of your own home of course. How about a different board game. Woah. You can handle it! Your spouse will still speak to you afterwards! Your children will not shun you! They might even like it. How about . . .

Go. I mean “Go” the board game. Never heard of it!? It’s the most popular board game in the world; in the history of the world even! It’s also older than chess. It takes about 5 minutes to learn how to play. Then it takes the rest of your life to get good at it. It’s played primarily in China, Japan and Korea. It’s not just “played” it’s obsessed and fought over. It’s like pro football in the US. Don’t ask me to explain the game here. Just check it out.

How about the Chartes Labyrinth.

Chartes what? A labyrinth is like a maze but with only one way in and one way out. It’s not meant to be challenging or difficult. It’s meant to be a meditation. It’s cool. If you’re cool you might like it. On the other hand if you just try it you might become cool! How cool is that!? Just check it out OK?

Have you ever played the game Mancala? It’s the African stone game played in what looks like (to me) an egg box. The stones are not heavy. They’re small. Good game for making small talk with your future spouse. So anyway . . .

All of these games and more will be included in the latest newest version of the American Game Table – to be released soon! This is what’s called a “teaser.”

Until then check out  the old, traditional, classic, immortal board games here: