Edited By Mary McNamara

Oh, to be a kid again. . . . A few of the games, seen at the recent American International Toyfair, that may be making their way to a toy store near you:

Co-dependency: the game. Whoever relates to other players' feelings best, without being an enabler, wins.

Vietnam Survival Tour 365. Who can survive 365 days of a grunt's tour in Vietnam?

Lite'n Up. On a board fraught with Binges, Donut Shops and Sabotage cards, just try to stay on a diet. Earn 10 Fat Globules and you're out.

Recycling: the new solid-waste management game. Earn money for consistent sorting; lose it for mixing unmixables--glass and plastic, food and paper.

Whatever happened to Candyland, anyway?

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