Mensch ärgere dich nicht
14.5" x 10.5" x 1.5"
2 - 6
15 - 20 min
The name of the game means "Do not get annoyed" (literally "Do not get annoyed, man" or "Do not get annoyed, buddy"). The name derives from the fact that a peg is sent back to the "out" field when another peg lands on it, similar to the games Sorry! and Trouble.
This frustratingly fun German board game was developed by Josef Friedrich Schmidt in 1907.
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