What's the name of the board games you have in your home?
My family and I try to play board games during the Christmas and New Years holidays, this is great for family interaction.
A family favorite of ours is Scattergories. We play it all day long. I guess technically it's not a "board" game because it's dice and paper but it's still a ton of fun.
If the kids are playing too, we also play apples to apples.
Some other good ones are Taboo, Outburst, and Balderdash
We have over 3 dozen table games, including card and dice games. My wife and I enjoy Scrabble and Phase 10 Dice, while my kids enjoy Blockus and Hero Quest (there's an oldy). I enjoy strategy and RPG games, but my wife has no interest in such games.
I have the scrabble to play with at home. It´s my favorite game.
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