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What are the Best Board Games of 2016 for families?
After playing more than 180 different games in 2016 we’re ready to make the call.
Total number of game plays = 449
Total number of new games played = 131
That’s right, I played about as many “new to me” games in 2016 as I did total games in 2015.
We also posted 57 game reviews during 2016 – the most we’ve ever done in 1 year!
Here are the 7 games we consider the best board games of 2016.
This time of year, many board game video reviewers run through their Top 100 Games of All Time. With thousands of new and fun board games being published every year, these reviewers take time to adjust their lists and publish an update to their Top 100 games. While we haven’t gone so far as to […]
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.
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!
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!
So far this year, I’ve already played 142 different games!
As I looked over my list this past weekend, I thought about my favorite gaming moments for the year so far.
In some cases, I thought of particular games I’ve had a blast playing. And in other cases, it’s more about the experience overall.
Here are my Top 11 Games and Experiences of 2016 so far.
At its heart, Luchador is a straightforward dice rolling game. Players roll dice and compare results. However, with the addition of a Mexican wrestling theme, all of a sudden the game takes on a new life.
With the lucha libre theme, players now have reasons to cheer for certain results. And that makes for fun for all ages.
Luchador can also be played with advanced rules that add a few more elements for older players who want more options.
On Wednesday, Jaden headed out on his 2-year mission to serve the people in Singapore and Malaysia!
He’s been looking forward to this day for so long and it’s so exciting that it’s finally here.
He was all smiles as we dropped him off at the Missionary Training Center where he would spend the next couple months learning Mandarin Chinese before making his way to Singapore.
In fact, everyone was all smiles.
There’s not doubt it’s an emotional moment.
Earlier this week I shared an overview of my first Gen Con experience.
I had a great time being immersed in the spectacle of so much gaming goodness. But without a doubt, the best part for me was meeting with people I’ve only interacted with via email and online for so many years.
And many of these were board game publishers with fun games that we’ve done reviews of.
If you’d like to jump to a video interview of one of these fabulous game publishers, simply click on their name in the list below.
Last week marked a big first for me — my first Gen Con experience! I’ve wanted to go to Gen Con for a number of years and my wish finally came true! It’s the biggest gaming event in North America with 4 straight days of gaming goodness. No matter your gaming interest, there’s something for […]