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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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ARE YOU GAME?
You don't play to win.
California-based artist and video-game designer John O'Neill has gone back to basics with an old-fashioned board game with a twist: It's meant to shake up the preconceived notions of "winning" and "losing." Paradice combines the strategic challenge of checkers or chess with a thoughtful new approach to competition. A favorite at eco-conscious festivals, Paradice is a game for two to four players who switch roles between Giver and Taker as the game progresses. In the end, the Giver wins by bringing all the "humans" on the board eye to eye. The game embodies the philosophy it teaches: The set is constructed of sustainably harvested wood and nontoxic dyes. Paradice also comes in an elegant version made from hand-poured resin.
-- Liz Seymour, USAirways Magazine August 2008
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