Today is International Tabletop Day! And what better way to celebrate than by talking games and playing some games.
5. Love Letter
Love Letter is a bluffing and detective style card game that takes less than 15 minutes to play to the end. I like to pull it out when I need a game that doesn’t take extensive work to explain or play.
4. Sushi Go
Sushi Go is a card-passing game that takes a bit of strategy but is still simple enough to play with a wide range of gaming experiences. Definitely great for game night parties and the art is simply adorable.
Codenames is a team word game, where players have to guess the correct codename based on the clues given. I love this game because it works the little grey cells as well as a game I can pull out and play with my whole family. My dad and mom even enjoy this game.
2. Epic Spell Wars
Epic Spell Wars is a hilarious, and definitely not kid friendly game for us adults who want a good laugh and pretend we are powerful wizards for an evening. My brother and I greatly enjoy playing this game, as it has it’s funny factors and legit strategy.
A beautiful and enjoyable game, Tokaido takes the top slot of my current favorite games. The art is gorgeous, it’s more relaxing than competitive, and definitely takes a bit of strategy to have a successful journey.
What are your current favorite board games? Leave a comment and Happy International Tabletop Day!
Epic Spell Wars sounds like fun!
I’m really loving Gloom and Pandemic lately.
Gloom! Gloom is a great game
Tokaido still looks amazingly fun!
All of these seem interesting. I think I need to give Tokaido a try.
Love Letter seems interesting.