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    Default Give me some names of good board games

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    Default Give me some names of good board games

    For adults: articulate, smart a$se, compatibility

    Families: cluedo, mouse trap

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    If your interested in more obscure board games, try King of Tokyo. I would say it's for ages 8 and up.

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    My BIL is a HUGE Board game addict and when I go to visit, I learn new ones everytime.

    I suggest Betrayal at House on Hill. LOVED it. Requires at least 3+ peeps to play and certainly more for adults. But yeah, very fun.


    If you want family friendly. The original version of the Game of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    If your interested in more obscure board games, try King of Tokyo. I would say it's for ages 8 and up.
    King of Tokyo is fun too!

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    We love Pandemic. You play as a team against the game to stop diseases killing everyone on the planet. Plus, there's lots of expansions to keep you entertained!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belle201 View Post
    We love Pandemic. You play as a team against the game to stop diseases killing everyone on the planet. Plus, there's lots of expansions to keep you entertained!
    That's on my list to buy, but these types of board games are so expensive compared to department store ones :/ Our full king of Tokyo game cost us about $130 in total I think. Well worth it though.

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    Another in the slightly obscure category is Gloom. It's a card based game aimed mostly at adults. Lots of fun!


 

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