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Board games.

MushwinMushwin Member Posts: 3,395
edited May 2019 in Off-topic

Coming from another topic, though it just regarded DBD as a board game, it made me wonder what board games (if you play them) do you play? did you have a favourite child hood board game?


So with Mr Mushwin we play scrabble (though he wins at it) a game called outburst, trivial persuit and sometimes pictionary (which i win at hehe)

When i was a kid i loved he old operation, atmosphere, mouse trap and the game jumanji...though mouse trap half the time it never worked lol...oh and a game called mastermind

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  • frozen_in_shadowfrozen_in_shadow Member Posts: 50

    I enjoy Sequence, Battleship and, when I am feeling like I need a long, drawn out game, Monopoly. I also play Magic the Gathering though that is more of a card game.

  • PlantCollectorPlantCollector Member Posts: 213

    Im a big fan of board games. I would love to see a DBD boardgame even though i doubt it will be possible to transfer it to the table in the way we enjoy playing it.

    The ones i really enjoy playing with my friends:

    1. Descent: Journeys in the Dark (2nd Edition)
    2. Robinson Crusoe, Adventures on the Cursed Island
    3. Scythe
    4. Bang! (the card game)
    5. Mysterium
    6. Mansions of Madness
    7. Colt Express
  • PokemonGOPlayerPokemonGOPlayer Member Posts: 171
    1. Sheriff of Nottingham, I love bluff based games and its haggling brings out the best out of most people, unlike social deduction games sadly. I really tried making Secret Hitler or Mafia work but many players will just call others stupid just for the sake of making them feel bad;
    2. 7 Wonders, I also love card games and its draft system is really something I was looking for in a game before I had the chance to play it;
    3. Bang!, card game with bluff elements depending on how you're playing it;
    4. Takenoko, very simple and cute yet enthralling game because of the planning sometimes required;
    5. Race for the Galaxy, quite a complex game I'm still learning, enjoying it a lot thought;
    6. Love Letter, very quick bluff based game similiar to Coup;
    7. Gizmos, very cool chain reaction kind of game, with a bit of planning you can make incredible plays;
    8. Codenames.


  • drimmalordrimmalor Member Posts: 909

    One of my recent favorites has been Lanterns. It's a tile-laying and set-collecting game that I've only been able to play a few times, but the tiles are pretty and the game is very chill.

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