Published May 12, 2023, 6:08 p.m. by Naomi Charles
What could be more fun than making your own paper games book? This diy project is perfect for anyone who loves gaming, whether it’s video games, board games, or role-playing games.
This book will include 10 paper games that you can make yourself. They’re all easy to make, and they’re all really cute. Plus, they’re perfect for taking with you on the go.
The first game in the book is called “Tic-Tac-Toe”. You’ll need two players for this game. Each player will take turns drawing X’s and O’s in the squares on the page. The first player to get three in a row wins!
The second game is called “Dots and Boxes”. This is a two-player game, too. Players take turns drawing lines between the dots on the page. When a player completes a box, they get to put their initial in the box. The first player to complete three boxes in a row wins!
The third game is called “Hangman”. One player thinks of a word, and the other player tries to guess it by guessing letters. If the letter is in the word, the first player writes it in its correct position. If the letter is not in the word, the first player draws one part of a hangman’s noose. The game is over when the second player either guesses the word correctly or when the hangman is complete.
The fourth game is called “Battleship”. This is a two-player game, too. Each player has a “fleet” of ships. The players take turns calling out coordinates, trying to sink their opponent’s ships. The first player to sink all of their opponent’s ships wins!
The fifth game is called “Solitaire”. This is a one-player game. The goal is to move all of the cards from the tableau to the foundation. The foundation is built up in ascending order from Ace to King. The tableau is built down in alternating colors.
The sixth game is called “Maze”. This is a one-player game. The goal is to get the ball from the start to the finish without touching any of the walls.
The seventh game is called “Word Search”. This is a one-player game. The goal is to find all of the words in the grid. The words can be found horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
The eighth game is called “Sudoku”. This is a one-player game. The goal is to fill in all of the blank squares so that each row, column, and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1-9.
The ninth game is called “Crossword”. This is a one-player game. The goal is to fill in all of the blank squares with the correct letters so that the words read across and down.
The tenth game is called “Scrabble”. This is a two-player game. The goal is to make words using the letter tiles and earn points for each word. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins!
These are just 10 of the paper games that you can find in this book. They’re all really easy to make, and they’re perfect for taking with you on the go. So what are you waiting for? Start DIYing your own paper games book today!
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