Whether you’re a child, teenager or even a grown up, one can never grow out of playing board games. In fact, you could even consider this as a “must-do” activity whenever the family gets together during the holidays or when friends just want to find something to do while hanging out. After all, playing board games is one of the best ways to have good, clean fun without hurting the wallet. And that is why I have bring you this website which I believe will be your best guide in helping you pick the best board games of your choice among all those available in the market today.
Children Board Games Category – Hedbanz
If you are having difficulty deciding on which board game to get for your kid or grandchildren, then Hedbanz is the answer. Hedbanz is an awesome game especially for children in the age category of 7 years and above. This game is not only cater for kids by can be played by a variety of ages too. It’s definitely a fun and engaging board game that will cause lots of laughter even among adults. Part of the laughter is in the question that the guesser ask. The game concept and instruction is simple and easy to follow. It is also a great game to promote social interactions between kids and adults.
The objective of the game is to guess what is the picture over your head. The picture will be visible to everyone and the rest of the players are allowed to answer 4 answers: “Yes”, “No”, “Could be” or “I don’t know”. Kids would have a fun time coming up with imaginative questions trying to guess what they are.
The only con of this board game is the limited amount of cards ~ 72 cards. There is no expansion decks, unlike other games where you can add on to it. But, I think this is still a good buy for a few minutes of great laughter.
Party Board Games Category – Apples to Apples
Apples to Apples won the award winning party game of the year. The game is fun for a variety of ages and number of players. It’s easy to learn and game is easy to pick up. There’s no wrong answers which makes the game fun.
The game play is pretty simple. It contains two sets of cards. Each green card has an adjective or description on it like (“Scary”, “Patriotic”, “Awful”) while the red cards have noun like (“Waterfalls”, “The CIA”, “George Washington”). Each player is dealt a set of red cards and the judge (chosen) will draws a “green card”. The judge turns over the green card and players must play a red card from their hand that they believe will line up with the word on the green card or will appeal to that round’s judge. Decision is subjective and official rules encourage judge to pick the match that is the most creative, humorous or interesting. Table talk is encouraged. The judge decides which red card best fits the green card and the one who played the winning red card wins the round.
This hilarious game keeps everyone entertain for hours. It’s also engaging as every turn involves all the players, so nobody has time to mess with their smart phones or ipad.