Most of us have spent a lot of quality time with classic board games, but how long has it been since you played Risk or Parcheesi? This quiz will test your knowledge of the board games of your youth.
In Othello, you flip the discs to make them your color.
Pandemic is a cooperative game in which players try to stop the spread of four diseases.
Carcassonne is named for a medieval French city.
In the Pictionary scene, Jess can't stop yelling "baby fish mouth."
You can also send other players back home and say, "Sorry!"
Now, of course, there are plenty of city-themed Monopoly boards, but the classic version is Atlantic City.
In the middle of the Trouble board sits the Pop-O-Matic, which you push down to roll the dice.
It's the mystery game Clue, of course. And don't forget Mr. Green, Miss Scarlett, Mrs. White, Col. Mustard and Professor Plum.
The classic Scrabble was actually created by an architect in 1933.
The youngest chess grandmaster ever was 12-year-old Sergey Karjakin in 2002.
Checkers and draughts are one and the same.
Settlers of Catan players can spend resources to build cities and roads.
Trivial Pursuit really took the '80s by storm.
In Stratego, both players get six bombs and one flag.
Backgammon is one of the oldest games around. Players move around a board with 12 pointed arrows.
As you travel on the path of Life, your player can graduate from college, get a job, get married, have kids, win the lottery … and go bankrupt.
Candy Land was designed in 1948 by a girl who was recovering from polio in a children's hospital.
In Chutes and Ladders, if game pieces land on certain squares, the player might climb up a ladder or slip down a slide.
The object of Chinese checkers is to move your marbles to the opposite side of the star.
The original name of Parcheesi is "pachisi," and it was once played with actual people (usually servants) moving around on an outdoor board.
In Scattergories, you have to think of words or terms that fit into different categories and start with a certain letter.
The object of Go is to gain more territory with your stones.
The object of Ticket to Ride is to build train routes across a country or a continent.
In Apples to Apples, you have to pick which of your adjectives best complements a noun card that another player draws.
Axis & Allies is a World War II strategy game that was created in 1981.
The object of Connect Four is to make a row out of four of your discs.
The version of Battleship introduced by Milton Bradley in 1967 has plastic boards and pegs.
You never know what you're going to get with Cranium.
In Operation, players have to use metal pincers to extract a plastic "body part" from a metal-lined opening, which can result in a shock.
If you say one of the "taboo" words, your team is penalized.