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    Monopoly Empire (easier for younger kids and just as fun for adults if not more fun than the original)

    Snakes and Ladders
    Checkers
    Chess
    Backgammon
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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Another in the slightly obscure category is Gloom. It's a card based game aimed mostly at adults. Lots of fun!
    Player Gloom too Another good one.

    Flux is another goodie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    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.
    Yeah, they aren't cheap! But we get a lot more use out of them than we do the cheaper games, so like you said - well worth it

    Ticket to Ride is another fun one.

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    For the adults - cards against humanity. Not a board game but a very fun card game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tennelly View Post
    For the adults - cards against humanity. Not a board game but a very fun card game
    I love it, but it can be considered as 'dark' humour so I would check it out online before purchasing

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    I love it, but it can be considered as 'dark' humour so I would check it out online before purchasing
    We had a girls night playing Cards against Humanity and we were literally rolling around with tears of laughter! Such a fun game but you'd want to play with people you're close to because it's very dark and inappropriate!

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    I bought my hubby the logo game for his birthday. I've heard great things but we are yet to open it up!


 

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