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Block Stacking Game
Basic Description

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This is a fun and simple game that you can make from scraps of wood that you have leftover from other projects. As always, we offer a wide variety of options so you can customize the project and game rules to your suit your desires. It's a great game for two or more players and you can even play solitaire. It requires a unique combination of dexterity, strategy, and analysis that is enjoyed by players of all ages: its never the same game twice.
Materials Wood and finishing oil. A complete material list is provided below.
Tools Bandsaw or scrollsaw or jigsaw, sandpaper. A complete tool list is provided below.
Cost The plan itself is free! Estimated cost of materials: $1
Time 2 hours
Difficulty Easy
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Similar Projects If you enjoy making the small blocks required for this project, you may also be interested in our date blocks project.

the project plan begins here

step:     1              

The first step involves acquiring the necessary materials and proper tools. It is best to get everything prepared before commencing because you are free to progress without unnecessary interruptions.

Material List

Item Qty. Description
#1 varies small scraps of wood of any thickness; use of various species will not adversely affect gameplay.
#2 - finishing oil  more info

Tool List

bandsaw  more info, jigsaw  more info or scrollsaw  more info
recommended: disc sander  more info and/or belt sander  more info
recommended: drum sanding attachment for drill press  more info or spindle sander  more info

In this project, you will be making small blocks of wood in various shapes. If you choose to make only angular shapes, then you will not need any rotary sanding tools. Hand sanding will be more time-consuming but you will be able to get identical results.

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