Pug Chutes and Ladders

Does anybody still play Chutes & Ladders? Well, these pugs do–and not on any game board, either.

P.S.–I am experiencing technical difficulties with the %$#$$& computer and it has made me cranky. Yeah, yeah, Artificial Intelligence, that’s the ticket! Fanabla.

9 comments on “Pug Chutes and Ladders

  1. Chutes & Ladders and Candyland were two of my favorite games when I was a growin’ up.

    1. No, I don’t remember ever playing that game. Our family of four would play Parcheesi, Sorry, Monopoly, The Game of Life, Scrabble, Chinese checkers, and Yahtzee often. I also remember, Don’t Break the Ice. Sometimes I would play Stratego or Civil War with my dad or brother. And of course, Chess & checkers. Twister was always fun during parties. Risk was not played by our family, but I would play it with my high school buddies.

      I also played the 33-peg solitaire IQ game. Which when finished, you are supposed to end up with one peg in the middle. I always ended up with two or three pegs.

      I brought the games Civil War, Monopoly, and Risk to the Philippines. My son likes to play all three.

    1. By all means, Battleship. I also liked Broadside, although I think they set that up so the British couldn’t win.

  2. I remember Broadside, but we didn’t have that game, nor have I ever played it.

  3. Our family didn’t play it. I did a few times, but really didn’t like it.

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