Top Three Family Board Games

If you want to have a fun-filled family night, you can always play board games. There are a lot to choose from since many new board games have been invented and are now being sold worldwide. It may be wise to choose a board game that all family members are familiar with, one that can be truly enjoyed that even the younger kids can join in. So, choose wisely to make your family night a success of fun and excitement.

1. Blokus is played either by 2 or 4 players. Players play on a square board. Each player has 21 tiles to play with. One tile is made up of many squares that are arranged in different forms. The strategy of the game is to block your opponent by placing your squares in the manner that would do so at the same time making more space for you to use your squares. The player with the least number of squares wins the game. It needs some strategic thinking mostly on how to use your squares to block your opponent to prevent him to use most of his squares. You can alternate with each member of the family to play this board game.

2. UNO Attack is a fun game which has an UNO machine that spits out cards at you from the right or left directions that add to the fun and excitement. This is a new game, a bit different from the previous UNO game. Remember that you have to match colors and numbers to get rid of your cards. The game can be played by 2-10 players. Start by dealing 7 cards to each player and leave the rest in the card launcher (card spitting machine) as your draw pile. Put a card on top of the card launcher to start the discard pile. The first player should match the card in the discard pile by word, color or number. If nothing matches, the player must press the launcher button to get a card to add to his hand. Then the next player can play with the same procedure. The player with only one card left has to shout “Uno”. First player to have a score of 500 points is the winner.

3. One of the oldest board games but still a favorite is the scrabble. This can be played by 2 to 4 players. This game is good enough to challenge your skill and knowledge about words. There is now a new version of this game for the younger players between the ages of 5 to 8 years. The strategy is to use your seven letters to make crosswords and get the bonus spaces to add to your score. Players take turns in putting their letters on the board with their own strategy to make out a word by using or adding their letter.

Whatever board game you choose, make sure it gives the best fun and pleasure for the family. When it does, then you won’t get tired of playing this game over and over again.

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