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05 September 2007

Aeroplane Chess


Anyone remembered this when we were kids? Yes, it's the aeroplane chess. The rest of the world has a similar game called Ludo but I tell you, our Ch1nese version one is much more fun.

Anyway, spotted this at the children play area at the Hong Kong Chap Lap Kok International Airport.
Seeing it brought back a lot of my childhood memories. Even I got pretty excited to see such a big aeroplane chess board.

Couldn't help but brought a smile to my face.

Wanted to have a go with the game and teaching Faith along the way but alas, no dice. >.<

- Voxeros

1. spinnee left...
Thursday, 6 September 2007 9:47 am
wheeee.......where to buy one i wonder..hahahahahaha!


2. JayWalk left...
Thursday, 6 September 2007 9:59 am :: 
Spinnee: That is going to be difficult on account of the fact that what you see in the picture isn't exactly a single piece of carpet that you can simply roll up and cart away.

It is part of the airport's carpeting which I think buying the CLK airport is a tad over your budget?


3. Bellatrix Lestrange left...
Thursday, 6 September 2007 1:40 pm
Wah laus this one damn old school leh... Anyway no dice can always tear paper and put inside cup and shake and draw the no mah.. Thats what we did in school when we had no dice...


4. JayWalk left...
Thursday, 6 September 2007 5:03 pm :: 
RedQueen: Acherly come to think of it, this game is played with a single die. Granted there are many ways to improvise, I think I was just to lazy to go through an art and craft session in the middle of an airport.
 

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