Clobber

Players take turns to move one of their own pieces onto an orthogonally adjacent opposing piece, removing it from the game. The winner of the game is the player who makes the last move (i.e. whose opponent cannot move). ==Details== Clobber is best played with two players and takes an average of 15 minutes to play. It is suggested for ages 8 and up...
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clobber

verb strike violently and repeatedly; `She clobbered the man who tried to attack her`
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Clobber

Clobber is slang for to beat or batter.
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Clobber

Clothes; to hit.
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clobber

[v] - strike violently and repeatedly
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