You will find my recommended fun board games for kids of all ages. From owning their own orchard and defending off cheeky crows through beautifully crafted Wingspan and finally the epic games of Terraforming Mars and Gloomhaven. These are some of the best games available on the market so let’s take a closer look.
There are plenty of board games available for your 8 year old but finding the right one can be tricky. In this article I go through some great games they will love. There are options they can play with older or younger siblings too.
Santorini is a 2-4 player board game based on the island of Santorini. As a God you help your the citizens of Santorini build and if they make it to the third level you win. Sounds simple, well let’s take a look at this delightfully simple and enjoyable strategy game.
Dice Throne: Season Two – Tactician Vs Huntress is a fun 2 player tactical card and dice game. It is a 1v1 duelling game where you start with a health of 50 and once you reach 0 you are defeated. It is part of the larger collection of Dice Throne games that includes 16 heroes. Let’s find out more about this intriguing game.
Dice Throne: Season Two – Gunslinger Vs Samurai is a fun 2 player tactical card and dice game. It is a 1v1 duelling game where you start with a health of 50 and once you reach 0 you are defeated. It is part of the larger collection that includes 16 heroes. Is the gun mightier than the sword? Read on to find out.
There is nothing I enjoy more than having a good time with family and friends around one of my favorite board games. If you are like us then we enjoy the full social experience, including food and drink. This can lead to the inevitable accident here and there and a bit of cleaning up to do. Here are 5 tips keep your games pristine.
Ticket to Ride Europe is designed by Alan R. Moon and follows on from the original Ticket to Ride which is set in the USA. It is for 2-5 players of age 8+ and takes around 30-60 minutes to play. Let’s see if it will become one of your favourite destinations.
It’s feudal Japan where you are the lowly gardener on whose shoulders peace between China and Japan rests. China has gifted a giant panda to the Japanese emperor who in turn has entrusted you with keeping the cute cuddly beast alive. So, it is up to you to keep the hungry little fella well fed whilst tending the gardens or there will be trouble.