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Subject: The Great Oxford Game of the English Language rss

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Anne Erickson
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Does anyone have the rules for this? I have a set but the rules are missing.
 
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Here's the game's page:

http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/21217

and its summary says:

"The object of the game is to move from the center of the spiral on the board to the final square of the outer circuit. Along the way, three small Oxford 'dictionaries' are collected. These are obtained by passing the special dictionary squares on the board or by winning a duel. The first player to cross the line with three dictionaries is the winner. To move forward, questions must be answered correctly. Players may choose questions from three levels easy, difficult or very difficult. Normally you can choose the level you want. Correct answers to more difficult questions make for faster progress. But beware: difficult usually means really difficult! The special squares on the board add extra excitement to the game."

Nine people own it:

http://boardgamegeek.com/collection/items/boardgame/21217?ow...

I bet if you geekmailed them, one of them would help you out. (They may not see this thread.)
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Joe Wasserman
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I don't think he would like that.
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This solitary review has more details on the rules: http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/151157
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Anne Erickson
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Thanks very much, Joe and Indigo!

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