Armello is free for the basic version, has private multiplayer, and the rules aren't too extensive. But it definitely isn't a traditional board game.
Along with words with friends, there's also scrabble, and upwords with a similar model of gameplay.
I believe UNO is also set up that way. Yahtzee with buddies is as well.
so let me understand your argument. it's ok to shut down fingerprinting because nobody needs fingerprinting now due to the economy? besides the relevant 2A implications, what if i wanted to adopt a child now? too bad? bad economy? volunteer at an orphanage? too bad, bad economy? use my suddenly free time to get a drone license? too bad, bad economy? come on man, there are reasons to get fingerprinted that have nothing to do with the economy. i'm actually shocked you guys are defending this. remember, it's not about NEEDS, it's about RIGHTS
Yeah go through that list and see which ones are still running in business. Ask yourself if they have a surplus of idle manpower right now if they ARE still running.
I mean shit. We are WAY short of bus drivers right now, right?