Board Games

This week's Trivia: Board Games

Before the days when every household had a video game console, the original play station was a shelf full of board games. Whether it was a daily occurence or a weekly game night, friends and enemies alike would gather 'round a table and spend the night tossing dice and moving pieces.
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Q1

In addition to the various streets, what other pieces of real estate could be purchased in Monopoly upon being landed on?

Q2

The Game of Life, published by Milton Bradley, was originally created in 1860 by Milton Bradley with what name?

Q3

Which of the following games features a "Pop-o-matic" device in the center of the board for "rolling" the dice?

Q4

Which of these is not a valid edition of the classic game, Sorry!?

Q5

Once all the pieces were assembled, what initiated the trap sequence in Mousetrap?

Q6

Which of these is NOT a weapon included in the US version of the mystery game, Clue?

Q7

How many spaces are there on a standard Scrabble board?

Q8

Candy Land was developed in the 1940s by Eleanor Abbot in San Diego while she was recovering from which ailment?

Q9

What can be said is the goal of Risk?

Q10

The computer, Deep Blue, beat reigning world champion, Garry Kasparov, in which old-school board game in 1997?