Welcome to Creative Board Games We have set up some popular games for you to play in Minecraft. Challenge your friends to Tic-Tac-Toe or Battleship. All the Game play rules and details will be posted here as we add games. You can get to the Games area by doing /warp games We have listed a basic set of rules for this community plot. Please do not break blocks, add blocks or modify games in any way. Do not build new games. Ask a staff member if you have trouble. Clean up all games you use and make sure they are ready for the next guests to play. Please take turns like you would anywhere else. Do not spam the dice buttons Cheating can and will have you removed from the plot and unable to participate in the games. If you are on Discord please play games in a room where you are not disrupting other guests from talking. ***Games like Battleship work best on Discord. You can get to the Games area by doing /warp games Games currently available are: Chutes and Ladders Tic-Tac-Toe Battleship Trouble Checkers Chess Scrabble Connect Four Roll Em Dots Guess Who Coming Soon: Candyland Haunted Mansion Clue And more Chutes and Ladders Game Play Rules: Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: Chutes & Ladders is a simple game Object: Be the first player to reach "winner" square #100. Chutes and Ladders Children's Game Rules: Please keep in mind that the official Chutes and Ladders childrens rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Chutes and Ladders. https://www.hasbro.com/common/docum...200c9a66/43EA24525056900B105B53AC74279484.pdf Tic-Tac-Toe Game Play Rules: Spoiler: Click here for more information The object of Tic Tac Toe is to get three in a row. You play on a three by three gameboard. The first player is known as X and the second is O. Players alternate placing Xs and Os on the game board until either opponent has three in a row or all nine squares are filled. Battleship Game Play Rules: Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: Battleship is a classic two player game where players try to sink their opponent’s navy ships. Most Battleship games come with two self contained storage units or “game boards.” The game also includes five ships and multiple hit and miss pegs. Set up is quick and game play doesn’t take too long. Battleship is an easy game for all ages. The basic object of the game of Battleship is to hide your five ship fleet somewhere on your ocean and by calling out basic coordinates, find your opponent’s fleet before they find yours. Battleship is an old favorite Navy Game and is great for passing a few extra minutes and is perfect as a travel game. Object of Battleship: To become the winner of Battleship you must be able to find (sink) all five ships in your opponent’s fleet before they sink yours. http://www.boardgamecapital.com/game_rules/battleship.pdf Trouble Game Play Rules: Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: It's a race against your opponents in the game of Trouble to see who can get their players back to home first. Jump around the board to see who can avoid being landed on. Watch out for the other players, they can send you home and most players won't be afraid to do it. Trouble is an easy game to take with you when you travel because the board holds the pieces in place. Try playing Trouble for a fun, easy game to play. Object: To win Trouble, be the first player to move all four of your colored pegs around the game board and into your finish line. During the game, try to send your opponent's' pegs back to home. Contents: The game of Trouble should come with game board, plastic game unit with pop-o-matic die roller, 16 plastic playing pegs, 4 rubber game board feet, and Trouble rules and instructions. Trouble Children's Game Rules: Please keep in mind that the official Trouble childrens rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Trouble. https://www.hasbro.com/common/instruct/Trouble_(2002).pdf Checkers Game Play: Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary:Checkers is a classic board game that has been around for centuries. Checkers is a fun two player board game that involves strategy to outsmart your opponent. Each player is in control of one color of pieces that can jump the other color in adjacent squares. The checkers board is made up of 64 alternately colored squares (usually black and red) Object of Checkers: The player that cannot move and is blocked by the other player or cannot move from losing all their pieces loses the board game checkers. Game Preparation: 12 pieces are positioned on the darkest squares starting with the squares closest to the edge on each side. There should be two rows of squares in the middle with no Checker pieces on them. Game Play: If playing with black Checkers, the rules and instructions suggest that red moves first and colors are alternated in subsequent games. Also, each player has 5 minutes to complete his turn before losing it. Rules on moving normal checkers pieces are they can move one square forward in a diagonal direction landing on the same color as all other pieces. A piece that has been Kinged can move one square diagonally in both directions (forward or backwards). All pieces can only be moved onto vacant squares unless they are jumping the opponent. Pieces can be Kinged by reaching the last row of the opposite side referred to in the rules as the King Row. To "King" a piece, change your head out for a crown (depending of game pieces). The Kinged piece then follows the normal turn pattern. Scrabble Game Play: Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: Scrabble is a fun and educational board game where players need to use their creativity to come up with and spell correctly different words to strategically fit onto the Scrabble board. Object: In the Scrabble game, players form interlocking words on the Scrabble board using letter tiles of different values. Each player competes for high score by taking advantage of the latter tiles as well as the premium squares on the board. Scrabble Board Game Rules: Please keep in mind that the official Scrabble board game rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Scrabble. https://www.hasbro.com/common/instruct/Scrabble_(2003).pdf Connect Four Game Play: Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: If you're looking for a simple strategy game that can be played with just about anyone, including young children, Connect Four is for you. Connect Four is a simple game similar to Tic-Tac-Toe. Only instead of three in a row, the winner must connect four in a row. Object: To win Connect Four you must be the first player to get four of your colored checkers in a row either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Triangle Peg Game Spoiler: Click here for more information Insert 14 pegs into the board, leaving one space empty. Jump one peg over another, into an empty space, and remove the peg that was jumped over. Keep jumping until only one peg is left. You may only jump in a straight line. Roll EM Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: Be the first player to get their marker to the last spot on the line. 2 Players Roll the virtual die which is labeled 1 to 3. You move your piece the number of spaces that the die lands on. First player to get their piece to the end of the board wins. Please note: You must have the exact number in order to move to that last spot. For instance. If you are two spaces away. You must roll a 2 in order to finish or a 1 two times. If you roll a three your turn is finished. Dots Spoiler: Click here for more information Summary: Fill in the most squares with your color 2-4 Players Game Play: The game is played starting with a rectangular array of dots. The two players take turns to join two adjacent dots with a horizontal or vertical line. If a player completes the fourth side of a box they initial that box and must draw another line.