Category: Board Games

Escape Room: The Game

Bring the fun of a real life escape room to your living or dining room with the Spin Master Games – Escape Room The Game. This board game gives you 60 minutes to get out of the room by entering in the right keys on the Chrono Decoder. The time will tick down and tell you when you are almost out of time by releasing startling sounds. It comes with four heart-pounding escape room scenarios, including Virus, Prison Break, Temple of the Aztec and Nuclear Countdown. It is intended for three to five players ages 16 and over. Number of players: 3-5
Recommended ages: 16+
Estimated playtime: 30-60 minutes

Draw What?!

With Draw What?!, you’ll be tasked with drawing some raunchy and rather offensive images to win the game. It comes with a dry erase marker and a custom whiteboard for you to draw on. Each time you win, you advance further on the Draw What?! board. The first player to get to the end is the winner, but it’s more about the fun than the victory. There are 75 cards as well as 375 strange and twisted phrases and words for you to draw. Four custom game pieces also come with the game, as well as a timer and dice. Number of players: 4+
Recommended ages: 18+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Concordia: Gallia & Corsica

The Concordia: Gallia & Corsica Board Game is the expansion pack for the wildly popular came Concordia. It features two brand new maps for you to play with, which offer exciting and challenging new strategies to use for the game. This map offers water paths that go all the way around the island for a fresh and new way to adventure. It has special rules that will now allow any land colonists to cross over the English Channel as well. It requires the base game to play but can be paired with the Concordia: Salsa expansion as well. Number of players: 2-5
Recommended ages: 13+
Estimated playtime: 90 minutes


For families that enjoy solving riddles and brain puzzles, the Concept game is for you. This game is engaging and fun, putting your mental skills to the test as it asks you to solve different riddles based on the visual clues that the game provides. The rules are simple, so everyone can sit down for a game and start playing in only minutes, even if they have never played before. This game asks you to be creative and try to find new ways to communicate your ideas to your team. The points go to the player who is able to guess the items correctly. Number of players: 4-12
Recommended ages: 10+
Estimated playtime: 40 minutes

Chutes and Ladders

A classic board game, the Classic Chutes and Ladders Board Game is a game that sends you and your friends on a race to the end. The trick of the game lies in the fact that you want to aim for the ladders that will bring you up higher while you play, while also avoiding the chutes that will send you sliding back down the board. Players learn basic skills such as simple addition and counting. This version of the game comes with the classic artwork from the original 1970s game. It can be played by up to four people. Number of players: 2-4
Recommended ages: 4+
Estimated playtime: 15-30 minutes


With Aggravation by Winning Moves Games, your goal is to aggravate as many players as you can. In order to aggravate them, you must capture their game piece by landing on the same spot they are resting in. Two to six players play in this game that has you racing around the board to get from the base to your home. The first player who is able to move their marbles all the way around the board and get to their home first is the winner. You can take shortcuts to try and get there the fastest. Number of players: 2-6
Recommended ages: 6+
Estimated playtime: 20-35 minutes


You and up to five other players can live out your post-apocalyptic fantasies with Zombicide by CMON. This game lets you play the role of one of six survivors, each with their own unique skill trees and special abilities to work with. It uses an AI system to control the zombies for an immersive experience. Number of players: 1-6
Recommended ages: 14+
Estimated playtime: 20 minutes (beginner board) to 3 hours (expert board)


Trouble by Hasbro rolls dice for you in its Pop-o-Matic container to see how far you advance or how far you fall behind in the game. Move your players around the board in an effort to get to the finish line first. If you land on the same space as another player, you can kick them back home and make them start all over again. This game is designed for two to four players aged five or older. The game features three basic levels of play: Basic Play, Expanding Play and Social Play for different age groups. Number of players: 2-4
Recommended ages: 5+
Estimated playtime: 30-45 minutes

Trivial Pursuit Family Edition

Trivial Pursuit Family Edition by Hasbro is a trivia game for the entire family. It can be played casually by as many people as you want, though there are six tokens if you want to play the actual game as it was meant to be played. Ask one another the questions that are present on the cards and get the correct answers in order to score points. The players with the most points at the end of the game will be announced the winners. There are 100 blue cards for adults and 100 yellow cards for kids, making it a fun family game. Number of players: 2+
Recommended ages: 8+
Estimated playtime: 30-60 minutes

The Last Friday

Last Friday by Ares Games takes place in the year 1980, where you and four other friends play as five people who are hired on as counselors of a camp in the woods in order to get free vacations. While you’re there, you realize that you are being hunted and stalked by a murderous man. Your end goal of the game is that you have to survive the weekend while this dangerous man tears through the campsite at night. Last Friday is a game for players aged 14 and older. Number of players: 2-6
Recommended ages: 14+
Estimated playtime: 30-120 minutes