Luxe Board Games
Before electronic phone platforms lured hordes of kids to stare into their palms at lethal video games, a diversion that involved human interaction could be found in homes across America when cold weather kept people indoors. The old-school board game drew families into three-dimensional competition. Their trouble was that boards would inevitably tear apart, boxes crush and tokens and tiles lose themselves in nooks and crannies. But what if that diversion were more of a family heirloom than a pile of plastic pieces? Aspinal of London presents Scrabble (shown, $1,400), the classic word game of vocabulary, with letter values and bonus squares, in a deluxe edition …
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