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The new adult board games cost up to $40, but sellers say that is not too high. ''A book costs $25,'' said Warren Holland, president of Decipher Inc., an adult game marketer. ''You may not read a book a second time, but you can play these games for years.''

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The reason for their popularity, and that of other adult board games, is that they draw people out and encourage communication between couples and friends, said Nancy Bailey, a Miami licensing agent who handles games. It was these missing sociability factors that many toy makers say brought about the end of computer games in 1981 and video games in 1983. ''Not only is skill important, but there must be interaction between the players,'' she said.

''The Yuppie Game'' is just one of dozens of new adult board games that are flooding stores this Christmas. ''Adult board games are hot,'' said Barry Schwartz. Games are also an easy way into the toy business. They cost little to start up and face none of the safety or testing requirements of other toys, said Mr. Schwartz, whose company, Schwartz Associates, promotes ''Murder to Go'' and ''A Question of Scruples,'' two new games that, respectively, challange players' skills at deductive reasoning and probe their attitudes and ethics. ''We must give credit to ''Trivial Pursuit,'' Mr. Schwartz said. ''It reawakened the industry and re-established adult games.''