A couple of upstate game fans helped create what they hope is the next board game classic called Chaotic Connections.
Ralph Dixon and Glynetta McAnich created the "chaotic" game and it was unveiled in its very first store this week.
The thirty dollar game can be played between as little as two people and as many as six.
To win, you must connect your four randomly-chosen cities using the country's interstate system, because your opponents do.
It features 32 American cities including New York City, Atlanta and even Cheyenne, and can be played by kids as young as 9-years-old.
You can by your copy at O.P. Taylor's Toy Store on Main Street in Greenville or on the game's web site at www.chaoticconnections.com.
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