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uDog Game

uDog Game

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 4 to 8 HDF wood pieces, 16 to 32 marbles, 2 decks of playing cards, 2 to 4 quick reference cards, 1 die, rules
  • Favorited by: 83 people
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From Grand Rapids, MI

Description

An amazing game that never grows old; strategy, teamwork, cards and marbles all rolled into one!

*The 4-player set can be played with 2-4 people (expansion pack available)
*The 6-player set can be played with 2-6 people (expansion pack available)
*The 8-player set can be played with 2-8 people.

Check out this video to get a brief overview and explanation of uDog:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8rZIzefxpI

Tradition has it that early settlers in Quebec, Canada developed a game called "Tock." A Swiss lady learned the game in Canada, copied it on a piece of paper, and took it back to Switzerland in 1982. She began making the game, calling it "Dog" (due to a linguistic misunderstanding).

I was introduced to a version of Dog in Europe in 2011, and it immediately became my favorite. Like the Swiss lady, I traced the game on a piece of paper, brought it back to Michigan, and made my own game out of a piece of plywood. When I asked my good friend Quint Thocher (who also happens to be our daughter's father-in-law) to help me cut my game into pieces so it could be used for 4, 6, or 8 players, he responded by creating a new design and taught me how to make it, start to finish.

As I introduced the game to family and friends, I began to get requests from some who wanted their own game. As a result, I began making the game as a hobby in my garage, decided to call it "uDog", asked my daughter to create a logo (thanks, Rachel!), and in the first 10 months had filled 55 orders - all by word of mouth! uDog is now being played in USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Moldova, Japan, Kenya, Israel, Czech Republic, Chile, the Philippines and Taiwan!

And, after playing it hundreds of times myself, it's still my favorite game! You've got to try it!

For more details, see www.udoggames.com
An amazing game that never grows old; strategy, teamwork, cards and marbles all rolled into one!

*The 4-player set can be played with 2-4 people (expansion pack available)
*The 6-player set can be played with 2-6 people (expansion pack available)
*The 8-player set can be played with 2-8 people.

Check out this video to get a brief overview and explanation of uDog:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8rZIzefxpI

Tradition has it that early settlers in Quebec, Canada developed a game called "Tock." A Swiss lady learned the game in Canada, copied it on a piece of paper, and took it back to Switzerland in 1982. She began making the game, calling it "Dog" (due to a linguistic misunderstanding).

I was introduced to a version of Dog in Europe in 2011, and it immediately became my favorite. Like the Swiss lady, I traced the game on a piece of paper, brought it back to Michigan, and made my own game out of a piece of plywood. When I asked my good friend Quint Thocher (who also happens to be our daughter's father-in-law) to help me cut my game into pieces so it could be used for 4, 6, or 8 players, he responded by creating a new design and taught me how to make it, start to finish.

As I introduced the game to family and friends, I began to get requests from some who wanted their own game. As a result, I began making the game as a hobby in my garage, decided to call it "uDog", asked my daughter to create a logo (thanks, Rachel!), and in the first 10 months had filled 55 orders - all by word of mouth! uDog is now being played in USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Moldova, Japan, Kenya, Israel, Czech Republic, Chile, the Philippines and Taiwan!

And, after playing it hundreds of times myself, it's still my favorite game! You've got to try it!

For more details, see www.udoggames.com

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(12)
  • jvbf5411 Dec 14, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Jan Harrell Dec 14, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    This game is awesome!!! Incredible quality and Mr Carl is wonderful to work with. Would highly recommend!
    uDog Game
  • bluenickel Dec 14, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
  • cdevroy Dec 9, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    Haven’t played yet but beautifully made game. Its a Christmas present for the family. Looking forward to playing over the holiday

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    uDog Game

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uDoggames made this item with help from

  • Gilson Graphics, Grand Rapids, MI
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  • Gilson Graphics, Grand Rapids, MI

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