Whether you are staying at home or are on vacation, we can all use some entertainments in these hot summer night. Enter some fun board games. They are not just fun, they are something you can do with the whole family. We’ve rounded up the best 8 family board games. Some of these are definitely brain teasers, and some are completely mindless, based on your mood!
The strategy of this game is very easy but still entertaining. All of us have probably played this when we were kids, but it’s very interesting to this day. The game is designed for two players in which each player to try to connect four discs in a row in the same colour first. You can form it horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
Monopoly…Everyone’s favourite board game! Did you know that this game first hit the market in 1935? This game of buying property has been creating real estate titans ever since 1935. Can you imagine?! Monopoly is a game that requires risk and luck, as players buy and trade properties and try to not get thrown in jail. If you have the funds, you are allowed to buy available properties. You can then make income during the game by charging your opponents rent if they land on any of the spaces that you own. In order to win the game, you have to bankrupt your opponents.
You have to have steady hands for this one. After building the Jenga tower with the wooden blocks, each player take turn to remove a wooden block from the tower and place it on top. The more blocks you take, the taller the Jenga tower gets, but the catch is that it’s now unstable. If the tower falls apart on your turn while taking a block or balancing the block on top, then you are the loser of the game!
Pictionary is super simple. All you need is a pen, paper, and the board game of Pictionary. The players are divided into two teams, each with a stack of cards that has words on them. Each team will choose a drawer’ he is the one who is going to take a card and draw. The aim is to try to make your team guess what you are drawing. The team collects more points after all the rounds are done is the winner.
Who doesn’t love scrabble? For those who doesn’t know it, Scrabble is a giant word jumble with endless possibilities. Players are given a set number of wooden letter tiles to begin, and each letter is assigned a different point value. You will immediately start analysing your letter tiles to see what possible word combinations you might be able to create to play the most point-rich words. Once you or your opponent has used all your tiles, the game ends and points are tallied. But that doesn’t mean that the one who finishes his tiles is the winner. Whoever ends up with the most points is the real winner.
Now is the time we go into the BATTLEFIELD! In this two-person game, you will secretly arrange your ships on a lettered and numbered 10×10 grid and then try to locate and destroy your enemy’s fleet. There are two grids for each player. One grid is used for placing your own vessels and tracking hits made against you, while the second grid is for marking the hits targeted at your opponent. The fleet that has some ships standing is the winner.
This one is a bit physical. If you like getting twisted up in knots and probably doubled over laughing, then you are going to love this one. To play, place the game’s large vinyl mat on the floor. The mat has four rows of different coloured dots and a cardboard spinner broken up into quadrants that dictates what body part goes on what colour dot. You find yourself in the weirdest positions. The goal is to try to hold your position no matter how strange it might seem. You will definitely be eliminated if you fall. The one who can hold out the longest and will become the TWISTER CHAMPION.
Want to know what it feels like to rule the world? Then, you got to try risk! In Risk, a map of the world is spread out on the game board, and all of the continents are broken up into territories. The end goal is for one player to conquer all 42 territories and eliminate the other players along the way. But to do so, you are going to make some alliances first and when the time comes, you going to break this alliance.