Wordy Night

    It’s the night before your eighth birthday, and you’ve had the strangest birthday ever. There was that crazy cake with no icing. The weird game with no rules. And that story your parents told you… about a forgotten kingdom, a dragon and a prince in disguise? Yeah, that was pretty weird too. But the worst part is the Wordy Night! Your parents say that you need to spend the night at a friend’s house, but you have no friends. And it’s going to be a Wordy Night! Your parents can’t possibly expect you to spend the night alone at a friend’s house. 

    It’s long past time we all killed our dictionaries and joined the 21st century, right? The world has changed so much in the past 20 years. We type instead of tap, we Slack our friends instead of owl, and we Google our questions instead of flipping to the back of the dictionary. It’s time we updated our vocabulary, too. It’s been years since we started using words as just another form of data. 

    Sometimes, the simplest of games can become incredibly frustrating. It’s easy to see why. Whether it’s due to a lack of strategy or a complete misunderstanding of the rules, there will come a time when almost everyone gives up on their favorite board game. But not you! If you’ve ever found yourself giving up on board games, then this post is for you. Here are a few simple tips that might just help you enjoy your favorite games.

    What could be more fun than a night in with some good friends, a stack of books, and your favorite game? That’s exactly what today’s Wordy Night challenge is all about! In this challenge, your job is to help our friends the Holmies find their missing kitten. It’s a classic case of finding the kitten hidden in a room full of boxes.

    It’s quite a busy day when you’re an owl. You have to be on the lookout for food, keep an eye on your surroundings and try to find the right words to express yourself. 

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