I love throwing parties and inviting guests over to play games. Here are a few of my favorite adult party board games that are easy-to-learn and fun.
Cooperative board games are fun for groups but also a great choice for solo game play! Read on to learn about my favorite picks for solo gaming.
A new chess variant based on some old concepts. It is free, fun, and can be customized for all ages.
Do you find trivia games too difficult, too easy, too boring, or too time-consuming? Now you can easily make your own trivia game from scratch! Includes instructions for making question cards, game pieces, and a game board.
Bring your indoor board games outdoors to your driveway with sidewalk chalk. Get active when you and your kids become the game pieces!
In Stone Age, players collect wood, break stone, wash their gold from the river, trade freely, expand their village and so on to achieve new levels of civilization. Colorblindness may affect play.
Simple house rules makes a game of mahjong faster and more enjoyable, with easy-to-calculate scores. These house rules are great with 3 or 4 players!
It's true, chess makes you smart and intelligent. However, there's more to it than that. Want to find out?
Before there was Nintendo, X-box, and PlayStation, what kept people from going insane from boredom was the humble board game. Here are the top ten most popular board games of all time!
Strategy board games are great fun to play and can really make you use your brain. If you're looking for a good one to play, this article lists and reviews the 10 best strategy board games.
Monopoly buys, trades, and moves that guarantee losses. Guide to 7 common traps of Parker Brothers and Hasbro's most famous board game.
One of our favorite games is The Castles of Burgundy. Set in medieval France, each player builds their own princedom using buildings, farms, mines, and more. Let's see how colorblindness affects play.
To win a conflict, you must first deploy your soldiers to advantageous positions to prepare for it. In this visual tutorial, that's exactly what you'll learn to do. The best part is: it's simple.
Scythe is a worker placement/economic engine board game set in an alternate-history 1920s period. We'll explore how colorblindness affects gameplay.
Merkator is about the rise of Hamburg after the Thirty Years' War. Players act as merchants collecting goods to fulfill contracts. Colorblindness may come into play with this bright, colorful game.