Board Games

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Board games are timeless classics that have brought friends and family together for decades! Fortunately advancements in the industry along with Kickstarter now bring us even more choices and options than ever before! 

How to pick the best board game for you comes down to what kind of game do you ultimately want to play? There is something out there for everyone. 

Some of the key factors to consider include:

  • Cooperative vs competitive
  • Direct vs indirect competition
  • Simple vs Complex
  • Theme vs Mechanics

After tackling off some of the easy and more obvious personal choices, it is recommended to build up your collection slowly by trying new types of games. You may never know what you'll find and like! 

If you are looking for a specific board game and can't find it, feel free to send us a message and we can double check if it might be something we can order in for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. Most popular board games?

    Here are some of the most popular board games:

    1. Monopoly: This classic game has been around for over 80 years and is beloved by many. Players buy and sell properties, charge rent, and try to bankrupt their opponents.

    2. Chess: Chess is a strategy game played on a board with 64 squares. Each player has 16 pieces and must use them to checkmate the opponent's king.

    3. Scrabble: Scrabble is a word game where players use letter tiles to create words on a board. The goal is to score the most points by using high-value letters and strategically placing words.

    4. Settlers of Catan: Settlers of Catan is a popular strategy game where players build settlements, cities, and roads on a hexagonal board. Players must trade resources with each other to build their settlements and compete for victory points.

    5. Risk: Risk is a game of world domination where players must conquer territories and defeat their opponents. The game involves strategy, diplomacy, and luck.

    6. Clue: In Clue, players must solve a murder mystery by gathering clues and making deductions. The first player to correctly guess the murderer, weapon, and location wins the game.

    7. Ticket to Ride: Ticket to Ride is a game where players build train routes across North America, Europe, or other parts of the world. Players must collect train cards and strategically build routes to score the most points.

    8. Pandemic: In Pandemic, players work together to stop the spread of deadly diseases around the world. Players must travel to different cities, treat infected patients, and find a cure before time runs out.

    9. Dominion: Dominion is a deck-building game where players compete to build the best deck of cards. Players must collect cards with different abilities and use them to gain victory points.

    10. Codenames: Codenames is a word game where players try to guess words based on clues given by their teammates. The game involves deduction, strategy, and communication.

  • 2. What is the Wingspan board game?

    Wingspan is a board game designed by Elizabeth Hargrave and published by Stonemaier Games. The game is focused on birds and their habitats, and is designed for 1-5 players, with a typical game lasting around 40-70 minutes.

    In Wingspan, players take turns playing bird cards and collecting food tokens to attract and feed birds, which in turn lay eggs and generate points. Each bird card has unique abilities, and players must strategically choose which birds to play and how to use their abilities to gain the most points.

    The game board represents different habitats such as forests, wetlands, and grasslands, and players must balance their actions between different habitats to attract a variety of birds. Points are scored for various achievements such as collecting the most eggs or attracting the most birds to a particular habitat.

    Wingspan has been praised for its beautiful artwork, educational content, and engaging gameplay. It has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Kennerspiel des Jahres award in 2019.

  • 3. Most popular card or board games for parties?

    Here are some of the most popular party card or board games:

    1. Cards Against Humanity: A popular adult card game where players compete to create the funniest or most outrageous response to a prompt using their set of cards.

    2. Exploding Kittens: A fast-paced card game where players try to avoid drawing an exploding kitten card from the deck, using various cards to manipulate the deck or skip turns.

    3. Codenames: A word-based party game where players try to give and guess clues to reveal hidden words on a grid, while avoiding the opposing team's cards.

    4. Jenga: A classic physical dexterity game where players take turns removing wooden blocks from a tower and trying not to topple it over.

    5. Telestrations: A drawing-based party game where players draw and guess each other's drawings, leading to hilarious and unexpected results.

    6. Betrayal at Baldur's Gate: A board game where players explore a haunted city and work together to defeat monsters, but one player is secretly chosen to become a traitor and work against the team.

    7. Werewolf: A popular party game where players are secretly assigned roles as either villagers or werewolves, and must use deduction and bluffing to eliminate the opposing team.

    8. The Resistance: A strategy-based party game where players are part of a resistance movement and must work together to overthrow a corrupt government, while trying to identify and eliminate traitors within their ranks.

    9. Apples to Apples: A family-friendly card game where players take turns selecting the best noun card to match an adjective card played by the judge.

    10. Wits and Wagers: A trivia-based party game where players bet on their ability to answer various questions, with payouts based on the accuracy of their guesses.