15 Minutes to play
Bang all your pals and rule the Wild West in this dice game. Many people are assigned a key role card and a public character card. Depending on your role, you are attempting to keep carefully the sheriff alive (Deputies and Sheriff), kill the sheriff (Outlaws) or function as lone survivor (Renegade). Identify other players'roles and use scoped guns to a target your enemies while avoiding both Indians'arrows and dynamite explosions. This version is faster, simpler and easier to understand than the previous Bang! card game.
Using codenames, race from the opposing team to find your secret agents while steering clear of the assassin.Top Most Exciting Board Games. In this word-association game each clue is precious and may have multiple definitions, so use your one-word code well!
30 minutes to play
Pictures are worth a thousand words and this game features 84 beautifully illustrated pictures on over-sized cards. On your turn, your goal is to use a vaguely descriptive phrase to lead other players to choose your card. Every other player also chooses a card from their hand that may fit your description and earns points if their card is selected. Dixit is perfect for the casual gamer who is intimated by complicated score sheets and jaded by competitive squalls.
30 Minutes to play
The goal: dominate. Dig more mines, cast more spells and build more markets to make more points than the competing monarchs. Top Most Exciting Board Games. This quick, tactical game has over 250 cards so each time you play you can try a new scenario.
In a competitive ecosystem of ravenous carnivores and limited food sources, you should modify your species to survive. Use trait cards to enable your prehistoric creatures to climb from insatiable bullies, collaborate with other species or rise to the the top of food chain.
40-80 Minutes to play
In order to fulfill the prophecy and control the land of Naqala, you must navigate the five tribes. Five Tribes isn’t for the “I just came for the beer” player.Top Most Exciting Board Games. This is a gamers’ game with medium difficulty and involves developing a calculated strategy. It bears slight resemblance to Mancala and players earn points as they move Assassins, Elders, Builders, Merchants and Viziers across the board.
40 Minutes to play
Welcome to New York, it’s been waiting for you. . . In this dice and card game, monsters are competing to rule the Big Apple. Use special cards to become more powerful, earn victory points for controlling Manhattan, destroy other monsters and keep your villainous beast healthy.
This award-winning board game allows players to strategically place trains along routes while racing to reach high-trafficked locations. Players earn points for longer trains and for completing more routes. Test your geographical skills with the expansion boards which include maps of Europe, Asia, India, Nordic Countries, the United Kingdom and Africa.
Like Mofia, but infinitely better. With over 40 unique role cards, up to 75 people can play and contribute based on their character’s special abilities. Werewolves are pit against villagers, but identifying the nightly murderers will be challenging when the Diseased, Lycan, Wolf Cub or Cursed roles are thrown into the game. Ultimate Werewolf is even better if you find a perfectly creepy Spotify playlist and enlist your most dramatic friend to be the Moderator.
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