Play these Old School Games


First published in the 19th century by the French mathematician Édouard Lucas, Dots and Boxes was called La Pipopipette.

Credit…Mary Jane Callister

Two players take turns joining two horizontally or vertically adjacent dots by a line. The player who completes the fourth side of a square (i.e., a box) puts his or her initials inside and gets another turn. When all of the dots have been made into boxes, the player with the most boxes wins. You can download the game here and print to play.


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