$25. Available at locations across Boise

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Lauren Berry

In the opening of his novel Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy wrote that "happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Pando, a social game originally played between parents and their children to suss out family stories and intergenerational ties. Named in honor of the world's largest living organism, the Pando forest in Utah, which is tens of thousands of years old, Pando gives "the Elders" the deck, using it to ply "The Progeny" with family trivia questions. The rules are simple: Win by answering them correctly, and the player at the end with the most cards wins. The game launched in a limited number of locations in September, including across the City of Trees, and while it is available online, a number of retailers across town, including Flying M Coffeehouse or any local Fred Meyer.

$25. Available at locations across Boise,


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