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The Elliot Avedon Museum and Archive of Games
July 16, 2003 12:34 AM   Subscribe

The Elliot Avedon Museum and Archive of Games. Board games from a thirteenth-century 'Book of Games', Inuit games, card games, row games, puzzles, ethnographical papers on games, etc.
A different kind of game at Streetplay - stickball, hopscotch, galleries, and street games worldwide.
posted by plep (2 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

And if you're interested in the boardgames of today, try the Geek.
posted by salmacis at 12:48 AM on July 16, 2003

Great post, Plep!

Can I add to the list? Traditional Game Rules; the playing cards homepage; and the Board Game Studies page " is an academic journal for historical and systematic research on board games."

I also like off the wall boardgames; and Zillions of Games is a great site for those of us who never wish to leave our computer.

Thanks for the fun morning, Plep!
posted by anastasiav at 5:10 AM on July 16, 2003

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