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New Bob Ross Board Game Challenges You to Be the Most Easygoing Player

Bob Ross fans, you can start celebrating now, because we just found out that a Bob Ross board game actually exists. And it involves competing to become the most easygoing player. Yes, really. But any fan of the beloved late painter knows this is a game that could only be inspired by him.

Paying tribute to Bob Ross’s famously relaxed persona, “Bob Ross: The Art of Chill” board game asks players to collect “chill points” by creating landscapes like “Happy Little Trees” (remember those from his show?). You craft said landscapes using brushes and colors from your hand of cards. The goal for the player is to finish the art before Bob does.

A description for the game reads:

Keep your eye on what other players are doing and be strategic about the sequence in which you complete the features. If another player beats you to the brush, you may want to wash your palette and shift your painting plan. All the while, Bob sets the painting pace as he advances across the easel, offering sage encouragement and bonus opportunities for even more chill.

Aww! Sounds exactly like the Bob Ross we knew and loved.

Though the Bob Ross board game is temporarily out of stock at Target, you can still buy it on Amazon if you simply can’t wait to get your chill on.

And honestly, why should you? One thing we can all agree on is that we could all use a little time for rest and relaxation and, yes, the art of “chill” right about now.

Your happy paintings await!

After the Bob Ross board game sufficiently relaxes you, here’s 10 tips on getting better sleep when you’re done playing:

h/t Country Living

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