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The Royal Game of Ur
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About a month or two ago I watched a video in which the youtuber Tom Scott played a replica of an ancient board game known as the Royal Game of Ur with the Curator of the British Museum, Irving Finkel. I quite enjoyed the video and have since picked up a little bit of proficiency in playing the game online against AI opponents, but I also wanted to replicate the game in Lego in what would be a playable format. The triangular prism dice of the original just aren't possible at the scale here, so I've replaced them with lego dice that have equivalent probability. All things considered, I'm quite happy with how the board came out, despite having to sacrifice some detail on the sides for the sake of stability.

If you're interested in learning more about the game, here is the wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Game_of_Ur
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4 weeks ago
That game is so fun! I homeschool so I played it for my school!
4 weeks ago
That game is so fun! I homeschool so I played it for my school!
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