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Excellent

ProGood fun for either a couple or a group, huge amou...

ConsExpensive initial outlay

Board games are something that I thought I grew out of once I was past childhood… and those ridiculous adult trivia board games did absolutely nothing to convince me otherwise. Oh, how I hated playing them at Christmas in the absolute knowledge that I was going to be rock bottom and I wasn’t even...

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Good

“Boundless Balderdash”

published 31/07/2017

ProImmense detail about a bluff and a bluffer

ConsYou may not like what you find out about your frie...

The game is a Robinson and Toyne creation from 1984 A combination of bluffing and wordplay Under the categories of: words, people, initials and dates (the year not fruit). The manufacturer denotes Balderdash has a registered trademark. - - - Balderdash isn't merely a board game but has...

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Excellent

ProFun, brings people together, a good way to learn l...

ConsSome have too complicated rules

I have not been playing board games for a few years now, mainly as the children have grown and left home. Also these days you can play 'board games' with a board - via the TV or computer screen. I know with my sons we would sometimes do online games like chess and Trivial Pursuit. However for me...

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Excellent

“Not Bored of Board Games Yet”

published 30/07/2017

ProInexpensive form of family entertainment

ConsDon't appeal to all age ranges

With the schools now breaking up for six weeks of freedom I must admit that I'm hoping to spend as much time out of doors with the kids as possible. Nevertheless there are bound to be days where the weather is appalling and the holidays so far haven't got off to the most auspicious of starts...

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Super

Prostill some great board games out there, fun for al...

Consnot as good quality now, unfortunately tablets are...

= = = = = = = Board Games = = = = = = = As a child, me and my sister used to love playing board games and we had a huge range of board games that we would regularly play over the summer holidays and weekends. We used to spend a whole Sunday playing various different games and making a note of who...

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Excellent

“Too many to mention”

published 26/07/2017

ProFamily bonding

ConsCan get competitive

We are a fan of board and card games in our house. With two teenagers here most of the time I like to get them off of they're phones, tablets, PlayStation and x box. We limit electronics time to make sure they are outside every day and set aside 1 night a week where none of us are allowed gadgets...

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Excellent

“Boardom Cured!”

published 26/07/2017

Progood old fashioned fun

Conssome are bulky so not always great for travelling ...

I don’t play board games very often but recently I have been keen to get the ones we have out of the loft. We are saving for a bigger home at the minute so we are having a few more nights in than we used to and board games are a free and fun activity. My favourite board game is probably...

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Excellent

ProFun, brings the family together.

ConsSome are difficult.

I have always been brought up in a generation that spent many hours playing board games with friends and family. These days children appear to spend more time engaged in video games, watching tv or on iPads. However who's at fault of the decline in children playing board games? I personally...

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Good

ProGroup participation

ConsOut of date technology/complicated instructions in...

When I was growing up we always had board games in the house. I have to admit I was always happy playing them although I rarely won anything. Ludo was the first one I can recall. I loved the rule of double six where you get another through. I played it with my nephews about two years ago and I...

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Listed on Ciao since: 19/07/2017