Archive for the ‘Family Games’ Category
Earlier this week we shared our review of the fun cooperative deduction board game, Mysterium. And back in December we shared our review of the fun family board game, Potion Explosion. Today we’re happy to share our reviews of the recently released digital implementation of both games! And if you’re quick to jump on it, Mysterium digital […]
Many people have compared Mysterium to a mash up of Clue and Dixit: Clue because of the mystery of trying to discover a person, place, and thing and Dixit because of the bizarre and evocative imagery on the cards.
But even that comparison can’t quite capture the essence of the game.
Because one of the differing aspects of Mysterium is that it’s a cooperative deduction game – everyone either wins or loses together.
Everyone we’ve played Mysterium with has loved it. And we’re more than happy to tell you why.
Picking fruit from its natural source can be hard work; but when done with family and friends it can be a very enjoyable experience.
In HABA’s First Orchard, part of the My Very First Games series, you get to tap into the fun aspect of picking fruit as a family.
It’s a promising theme, but does this children’s game deliver the fun?
Last weekend I spent many, many fun hours playing board games at our local board game convention — SaltCon. And once again, SaltCon reached record attendance — hitting 1,359! Not too shabby for just being the 9th year. This year SaltCon was extended one day so those wish to play a lot of games would have […]
To be honest, when I first saw Hive Mind in the Calliope Games booth at Gen Con 2016 I didn’t think too much of it. From the outside, it looked like a children’s game that the everyone in our family would have outgrown.
However, after getting a copy from Calliope Games and giving it a shot, I’ve completely changed my tune!
Playing Hive Mind has been a lot of fun!
Kids love to play pretend.
One of the many scenarios I commonly find my daughter pretending is being a princess.
She loves to dress up and have us play together.
In Action Princesses by Haywire Group, she can take control of a princess and together we can save her castle from a “mean ‘ol dragon” all while dancing, laughing and acting silly.
How quick are you at pattern recognition and puzzle solving?
You’ll get to find out in Match Madness by FoxMind.
In Match Madness players race to solve patterns using their set of colorful, chunky blocks.
Because there are varying difficulty levels of the patterns, it’s a fun game the whole family can enjoy playing together.
How long is the Golden Gate Bridge?
What’s the annual attendance at Disneyland?
People in which state listen to Christmas music the most?
When did Butch Cassidy form the Wild Bunch?
How many movies did Ronald Reagan appear in?
You may not know the answers to these questions. But that’s perfectly okay in the new trivia party game America by Bezier Games.
Because in America close counts!
Do your kids love pop-up books?
You know, the ones that have cool features that fold out as you turn the pages through a story book?
Well now you and your kids can play a fun press-your-luck board game that has a pop-up game board as the central feature.
The game is called Mythe and it’s from Passport Game Studios and LudiCreations.
I came across the game at Gen Con 2016 and thought it looked like a great family game that even young kids can enjoy.
Valentine’s Day is just a few days away.
So there’s no time to waste in finding something to give your sweetheart.
Of course, if you’re on this board game site, odds are high that you’re looking for something game related.
With that in mind, here are 12 suggestions of fun board games and cards games to play with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day.