Few forms of folklore or popular culture are as persistent and constantly evolving as board games. There are infinitely more media today with which to re-approach this pastime, or re-create it. The games range from bingo to Monopoly’s hybrids found all over the world. Although sometimes associated with kitschy things in the popular marketplace, the origins of board games is royal and goes far back in history — think of chess and its origin in ancient India.
When the weather is getting a bit chilly, what is better than stay at warm home and play some games with family or friends? Stacking game is one of the best games we want to recommend. No matter it is an animal or a stick you need to stack, the game is aimed to trains patience and fine motor skills as well as provide a lot of fun. Keep stacking up and hope you are not the one who tosses the tower.
The history of chess is more than 1500 years. It’s the oldest skill game in the world. Alought famous grandmasters insist that appearance of chess isn’t important at all, it doesn’t prevent modern designers to create new models of game pieces, more and more creative. Today we have compiled a list of the most fancy and stylish chess sets modeled by different designers. Some of them you can purchase from amazon and some of them are limited edition which might cost you a handful of loose diamonds. Take a look and hope you enjoy those special chess sets.
If you watched the movie “Inception”, you probably will remember this reality checking toy: spinning top. It is one of the oldest recognizable toys which can be dated back to year 3000 B.C. After twice fully funded on kickstarter, ForeverSpin 2.0 has started a new funding campaign on Indiegogo, which gives you the chance to get your own tops. Made in Canada, and CNC-machined from one solid piece of metal for precision and quality, ForeverSpin™ tops are meticulously checked to ensure that only perfectly balance ones receive a serial number and carry the ForeverSpin™ seal. Made with 10 different metals, it’s absolutely incredible how two solid objects of identical shape can have such different gravitational pull. Sounds fascinating? Click here to get your own spinning top.