Easy-to-understand Instructions to Play the Aggravation.
Original WAHOO board game, with marbles and dice! Brand new, comes complete with bag to store items.excellent gift idea!
The Rules of Wampoo. Introduction Wampoo is a game with ancient origins, dating back to the Indian game, Pachisi, which is played with dice and tokens. Wampoo is the card game variation of Pachisi which uses marbles instead of tokens for game pieces. Many different commercial incarnations of Wampoo can be found today, including Aggravation, Ludo, Tock, Trouble, Sorry!, and Wahoo. One of the.
Because of its popularity and generic nature, the large game companys all changed Wahoo’s appearance and rules before giving it their own trademarked names. To many of us who played Wahoo back then, the original game is still the best. Here it is, back as a computer game, with your choice of three boards, six marble colors, optional sound, and 2 to 4 players, any or all of which may be.
Take the classic game of Aggravation (also called Wahoo) to a whole new level with this beautiful, solid-wood Aggravation marble game board. With its brightly colored holes and stylish layout, our classic Aggravation game is sure to be a winner with your family and friends. The Aggravation board is made out of solid Maple wood by our friend Victor at Helmuth Woodcrafters in Ohio. Don't have.
Holding Pen Exit - to put a marble in play, you must play an ace, joker or 6. When doing so, move one of your holding pen marbles to the holding pen exit space. Fast Track and Fast Track Exit - this is the center 6 spaces closest to the bull's eye. When you end a card on one of the fast track spaces you may move the marble around the fast track on future card plays, exiting the fast track on.
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Originally marketed in 1962 as a game for children, families soon realized that everyone enjoyed playing the fast paced, roll and move marble game. Before the introduction of the Aggravation game by the CO-5 Company of Benton Harbor, Michigan, families in the Appalachian Mountains and Southwestern parts of the United States played the game Wahoo on handcrafted wooden boards. A member of the.