My Sweets and I are board/card game junkies.
She and I can be found hunkered down at the dining room table several times a week battling it out. We usually end up playing alone...just the two of us.
It's not that The Hubs and the boys aren't game to play games. It's just that they are a bit more persnickety when it comes to the games they like. My Sweets and I will play just about anything. Anytime. Anywhere.
But, the man-ish ones 'round here don't often want to deviate from their favorites. They're just a bit more choosey.
So, when it comes time for family game nights, our selections always seem to come down to the following 10 games:
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This two to four player game has become a sneaky way to learn the general location of cities around the US and lower Canada. Players try to build railroad lines from one city to the next. The player who completes the most and/or longest routes by the end of the game wins.
Confession time. I hate Monopoly. It's long and it's kind of monotonous, in my opinion. But, I'm a bit addicted to the card version. Deal boasts many of the same elements as the original...such as the accumulation of property and assets, but it is more fast-paced and cut-throat. We play this game so often that we actually own two sets.
Family games have always been a great source of sneaky learning and family togetherness around here. Each year, our choice of favorites evolves, but these ten seem to always remain in the top slots.
What are your family game favorites?