Curing Boredom with Board Games

Board games are awesome, fun, peaceful ways to spend time with friends and family. It is also a great way to bring together different ages and people from different walks of life. Here are a few board games you can enjoy in your leisure time.

Monopoly is a multiplayer economic-themed board game created in 1935 and is still going strong today. It is a game where players buy real estate, hotels, and other items. Players build their monopoly empire and try to collect rent money by charging people to stay at their hotels, and money can be gained or lost through Chance and Community Chest cards and tax squares. You can play solo or with friends. Connect Four is a popular party board game for two to four players. It is played on a rectangular board with a grid of numbers arranged in a cross shape. At the start of the game, each person receives four pieces. The goal is to eliminate all of your opponent’s pieces by placing them in spaces of the same number.

Candyland is a simple racing board game created in 1949 and designed by Milton Bradley. It is based on an old children’s book, Mother Goose in Prose. In this game version, each player takes turns drawing cards to move around the board. Each card represents a different item that can be eaten. When the player eats the item on the card, they have to draw back up to three cards. If a player cannot eat more candy, they lose the round. Since the game does not requires reading and minimal counting skills. It is suitable for young children. The Clue is another classic murder mystery board game. Seven characters are in the game, including a detective who searches for clues and suspects to solve the crime. Each character has special abilities that help find clues. The game’s object is to figure out who committed the crime before time runs out.