Top 10 Family Board Games- Which one is Your Favourite?

Board games are a great way to bond with the family . Here are the top 10 family board games suggestions which will not only give you lot of relaxation and enjoyment but also help you bond with your family.  All games  will also keep your children occupied as well as improve their thinking power . Some of the games like Monopoly and Pictionary will also help  improve their vocabulary .

Most of the games can be played on family holidays too in a  hotel or resort or even on the plane or while waiting at the airport. The best part is that all the games are reasonably priced. No need to break the bank to keep your children busy!

The more the competition , better is. Parents , beware! Your children might beat you at all the games!

Scrabble

Game: Scrabble Original Board Game

Ages: 10 years+

Players: 2 to 4

Description: Everybody knows scrabble. Test your vocabulary and see who wins – adults or children! Game consists of making interlocking words in a crossword fashion.

Younger children can also play this game by making three letter words with their tiles without interlocking the words without using the board!

Each letter gives points and whoever scores the highest wins! Easier said then done especially when you are stuck with letters you don’t want! Even worse when your child makes bigger words than you!

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Monopoly

Game: Monopoly(original game)

Ages: 8 years+

Players: 2 to 6

Description: What better game to play during then good old Monopoly. Play this game and relive your childhood. This game teaches youngsters how to negotiate, be social as well as improve their mathematical skills and also how to handle money. This game can be played by parents, grandparents too. I still remember playing this classic game with my Grandmother years ago! Monopoly is now available at a very reasonable price. Beware the pound notes are still very thin just like before!

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Headbanz

Game: Headbanz

Ages: 7 years+

Players: 2 to 6

Description: A quick question game -“What am I ?” Answer to which everybody knows except you ! Guess the answer and you win. A fun game for people of all ages! Reasonably priced game, it takes ages for anybody to win but easy enough for all ages.

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Pictionary

Game: Pictionary Board Game(Mattel Games)

Ages: 3 years+

Players: 4

Description: Draw a clue card, sketch it out and let your team-mates guess it. Everybody gets a turn at drawing. Lot of fun and laughter as your team members try guessing what word you are drawing! So how good are you at drawing? Find out with this game!

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The Yes No Game

Game:The Yes No Game

Ages: 8 years+

Players: 2-6

Description: A fast and furious game where answering Yes or No gets you dinged out by the bell. One player takes a card and reads the questions to the opponent. If opponent answers Yes or No, they get dinged by the bell and the player can keep the card. If they answer all question up to the end, the opponent keeps the card. The player who has most cards is the winner.

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Twister

Game:Twister

Ages: 6 years+

Players: 2 and over

Description: This game is perfect to add fun for parties or for family nights. This game challenges you to place your hands and feet at different places on the mat without falling over. If your knees or elbows touch the mat, you are out of the game! All members of the family can find out how flexible they are with this game! So how flexible are you?

 

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Asmodee Dobble Card Game

Game: Asmodee Dobble Card Game

Ages: 6 years+

Players: 2-8

Description:Addictive fun for the entire family. 5 different ways to play this game. The goal of the game, no matter which game you choose, is to be the fastest in spotting identical symbols between two cards, name it aloud and then take the card and then place or discard the game depending on the game you are playing. Since there is no strategy for the game, and is based on your reactions and visual perceptions, there is no advantage adults have over the children. Let’s see who is faster, adults or children!

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Qwirkle

Game: Qwirkle

Ages: 6 years+

Players: 2-4

Description: You have to match the colours and shapes. While the game is simple and quick to learn, you need to play it strategically in order to score points and win. So are you ready to tax your brains?

 

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Hasbro Gaming Classic Jenga

Game: Hasbro Gaming Classic Jenga

Ages: 6 years+

Players: 1+

Description: This game contains 54 precision crafted hardwood blocks. Remove blocks without crashing the tower! Stack up (stack sleeve included)and pull a loose block. Perfect family or a party game! Hours of fun included!

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Sussed?

Game: Sussed?

Ages: 6 years+

Players: 2-10

Description: This family friendly quiz game can be enjoyed by kids and adults including parents , grandparents and teachers. This game encourages face -to-face conversations . This game is a Dad’s Choice Awards 2018 winner . The game boosts critical thinking.  Improves power of reason and intuition. Find out who knows who best!  What better way to know your family member?

 

Box contains 55 premium cards, 150 score sheets and rules.

Pocket sized game which you can take anywhere with you , on the train, airport or even to Grandparents house!

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Conclusion

All the games are great to play for both adults and children. For Parents and Grandparents it is a good way to revisit your childhood.  It is also a good time to see who is better at playing these games- Grandparents, Parents or the children.

So which game is your favourite?  My favourite is Pictionary – I can’t stop laughing at my own drawings!

Have you played any of these games with your family ? What was your experience like? Which generation was the winner of the game? Please share via comment box below.

 

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