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    Description: The Acaeum is an exhaustive list of the TSR D&D rulebooks, modules, Dragon magazines and sets.
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      Acquire - Sid Sackson 3m Bookshelf game 
    Description: Acquire is a board game based on the business of buying and selling hotel chains. Originally released by 3M as a bookshelf game in 1962, it was later released by Avalon Hill
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    Description: A print-and-play game is a game that can be printed out on your computer onto card stock and then played. It also includes games that can easily be made with common game equipment, such as dice, playing cards, pawns, checkers, etc. At the Game it Yourself web site, you will find links to websites that offer such games. You can view the listing of free games by going to the Canonical List of Free Print-and-Play Games or by choosing one of the categories from the column on your left.
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      The Card Games Web Site 
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