In the How LEGO caught the clue train
thread, Alan and Amanda mentioned brick versions of the classic boardgame Clue. I was going to post this in that thread, but figured I'd start a new topic.
Rob Seater has an awesome version of the board game [url=http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/301099]Clue:
Very remniscent of an older version of the board where it looked like you were looking down into the rooms. BTW, thanks to Lego Diem
for the link. Rob didn't post this in his Brickshelf gallery, so I would have never seen it otherwise.
Also, an older MOC, Mitch Hively has a great series of seven [url=http://mocpages.com/moc.php/6942]Clue vignettes:
Also a few variants on Brickshelf
I've used figs as game tokens in board games, but never created a whole game. I've seen Monopoly done in LEGO but can't find it in a quick search. Of course there are tons of chess variants out there, including the contest we had here when the first official chess set came out. Has anyone done other board game MOCs?