Wahoo Free Download

Version: 1.1   (version history)
Date: October 13, 2002

Free To Try

OS: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Rating: Not rated
Popularity: Popularity 0/10
Author: SpinnerBaker Software

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Wahoo Description

Wahoo Free Download.

Wahoo is the original version of the popular board game which swept the United States over 40 years ago, and eventually became the trademarked games of Parcheesi, Aggravation, and Sorry.

Wahoo was played on homemade boards with 16 marbles and 1 die. Because of its popularity and generic nature, the large game companys all changed Wahoo’s appearance and rules before giving it their own trademarked names.

To many of us who played Wahoo back then, the original game is still the best. Here it is, back as a computer game, with your choice of three boards, six marble colors, optional sound, and 2 to 4 players, any or all of which may be either human or computer players. You can also set the name of each player.

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