piggy backing on the video game thread I"m just wondering if anyone is playing any board games
some my wife and I play often are
She has only just allow me to play as the imperial player after 10 or more campaigns and it has changed things quite a bit for me. This game is seriously addicting and I think it may not be best for two players that being said we have had many missions end in one last role of the dice deciding who wins and who loses.
A fantastic lovecraftian deduction game. This game will test your inner Sherlock Holmes.
this is a well themed game wherein you are exploring a cave and managing resources (food, boats, camera, ropes) without getting stuck in the depths
this game is a take on chess but a little more accessible to younger ages (because who doesn’t love bugs). It is quick but methodical a wonderful game for airports and restaurants
Evolution ( or climate evolution)
this game was a favorite amongst my 4th and 5th grade after school program. it feel different every time you play especially when introducing new players. There are so many choices as to what kind of creature you want to be and with the new climate expansion your choices of food make a much bigger impact upon the whole game
We just got this game recently but it is a blast, if you have ever played any game like werewolf this makes it more fun and less tedious (as it tends to get with larger groups). The makeup of this game is lying about what role you have and keeping track of what everyone else says they are. This game is so much fun for big groups (and great for the after school programs to see how the kids lie ;))
This game is absolute mayhem in 10 minutes. In it every one is rolling dice at the same time trying to coordinate movements through an ancient temple and collecting little green gemstones.