Classic Risk Ad

Anyone up for a game? I love strategy board games, but for some reason I could never find anyone who wanted to play Risk with me when I was a kid. This, of course, lead to the retrospectively depressive act of solo board gaming.

Just to paint an accurate picture. I would set the game up and the kitchen table and actually switch seats as I played. Now I have artificial computer friends to play against. I am not sure I would even know what to do if I had to sit across from someone and play Risk nowadays. Probably lose quickly and challenge them to a game of Carcassonne. A game I have some experience playing with humans.



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2 thoughts on “Classic Risk Ad

  1. I have a 1964 copy of this game in my closet. I’m waiting for the day when my kids are old enough to play!

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