Archive for the ‘Board Games’ Category
Last month we shared our thoughts about the 7 Wonders box organizer from The Broken Token.
Well, today we’re back with even more organizing goodness from The Broken Token.
But this time we’re going out of this world… looking at the organizers for both Cosmic Encounter and Among the Stars.
Right off the bat I’ll let you know that The Broken Token box organizers are the easiest of all the wooden box organizers / game inserts we’ve put together.
Once again it’s time for our annual Board Game Gift Guide!
The time of year when we share a bunch of ideas for fun games you can get your family and friends.
This year we’ve got a list of 42 fun board games, dice games, party games, and more.
Growing up I loved going over to my friend’s house to play air hockey. I always thought it was so cool that he had an air hockey table. And I longed for the day when I’d be able to get my own air hockey table.
Well, I still don’t have an air hockey table.
But I do have plenty of other things to play with my kids.
And now this includes what I like to imagine as our mini air hockey table – KLASK.
This time of year it’s popular among board game reviews to list their Top 100 games of all time.
However, we don’t want to do what everyone else is doing. Instead, we’re trying a new guideline for our favorite board games list.
We’ve narrowed our list down to our favorite games starting with each letter of the alphabet.
That’s right. It’s time to reveal our favorite family board games from A to Z!
I’m sure you’ve heard the popular saying when trying to outrun a bear, “You don’t have to be faster than the bear, you just have to be faster than the other guy.”
Well, the same could be said for outrunning zombies.
At least that’s what I think every time I play the recently released board game, Hit Z Road by Asmodee.
In Hit Z Road, players are taking a road trip across the United States while trying to outlast the zombie attacks along the way. And in order to win, a player has to stay just one step ahead of the other players.
How would you do on such a road trip?
Dead of Winter is a cooperative board game where players are a group of survivors trying to last through the winter after a zombie apocalypse.
Like most cooperative board games, players are trying to complete a common objective. However, even though everyone is working together to complete a main objective, players also have their own secret objectives to complete. Only players who complete their secret objective will win.
Will you be able to survive the Dead of Winter?
Gathering the whole family together to play a fun board game is a great way to spend an evening. However, in today’s hustle and bustle world that can sometimes prove difficult. With school and extracurricular activities competing for our time, it can be difficult to gather the whole family together for games. Luckily, there are plenty […]
In Speechless, players all take their turn at acting. However, when it’s a player’s turn, they have a limited time to act out 6 words for everyone else to guess.
Instead of shouting out answers, each player has a dry erase board with 6 lines. They only write down a single word for each thing the person acts out.
So instead of getting closer and closer to the right words by elimination, players just make their best guess and move on.
After the timer runs out, the actor reads the words they were acting out and the other players score their answers.
With so many board games in our game closet, we’re always looking for ways to organize our games to save space.
Some of the culprits that take up shelf space are game expansions.
When the games we love come out with game expansions, what are we to do?
Enter The Broken Token box organizers!
Are you ready to venture forth with your band of heroes to rid the land of invading creatures and complete dangerous quests?
Then gather your band and dive into the Legends of Andor cooperative board game!
In Legends of Andor, players work together to beat the game over the course of 5 unique scenarios that are revealed through an advancing narrative.