Top Board Games of All Time


Chess requires two players and pure strategy board games played on chess boards, checkered boxes with sixty-four squares set on eight eight networks. This is one of the most old-fashioned and popular games in the world, played by millions of people around the world. There is no certainty certainty, but chess is believed to come from India, 280-550 C during the Gupta imperial time period.
For me personally, chess is the only game that comes to mind that emphasizes strategies with such simplicity. With only 64 boxes simulated two opposite countries that fought in each other struggling until there was a single king who was cornered, and had to admit defeat. What I really like about this game is that it is a true test of strategy and intelligence. It has zero elements of opportunity or luck.
In this day today, you can easily find instructions on the internet, but chess rarely comes with any instruction manual. To learn, someone must be taught by someone, who must learn from someone, so on and so on. I think it’s a cool thing, a tradition that connects the past to date.

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Game Against Potter With 300 Cards – Party Game Against

The basic of the game is simple, you deal out about 7-10 white answer cards to each player, 1 person draws a black answer card and reads it out for everyone to fill in the blanks. Everyone except the question master submits their answers to the center, trying to make the most ridiculous, rude, funny, crazy answer they can. the question master reads out that question and fills in the blanks with the answers and selects the best answer. That best answer wins the black question card and ultimately counts as a point towards the end of the game. How to conduct cards against humanity friends.


The Modern Stratego game, which is themed by Napoleon, was originally produced in the Netherlands by a company called Jumbo, and was acquired by Milton Bradley for distribution in countries in 1963.
Stratego is a strategy-based game for two opposing players at 10 with 10 boards. Each player ordered 40 pieces representing the soldiers and individual officers in their troops. The aim of this game is to find and capture the opposing flag, or to catch so many enemy units that your opponents cannot do.
Players cannot see the ranks of each other, so the invention and information is wrong is an important factor for the game. This game is easily studied and played, many replay values, and my niece seems to like this game. But other big board games by Hasbro.



In 1933, a board game called “Monopoly” was created. The game is named after the term of the monopoly economy, the dominance of the entire market by one company or entity. It was made and sold by Parker Brothers.
In general there is no middle way when it comes to monopoly, well you will like it or hate it. Hate or like it, the monopoly seems to have been eternal in its purpose, whether to entertain or just spend time. Everyone has a monopoly memory. Everyone is pushed to the edge by a very long game.
It certainly feels like the best game on earth when everyone is almost bankrupt and you hold real estate premium. Monopoly has certainly evolved and changed for years. This is a redesigned interpretation of the previous game by Elizabeth J. Political Activist Magie Phillips in 1903. At that time, the game was called “The Landlord’s Game.” Here are some interesting and small facts about monopoly:
Parker Brothers initially rejected the game in 1933, quoting many flaws of fundamental play.
The longest monopoly game ever played is more than 1600 hours.
In Cuba, Fidel Castro rose to power and ordered all sets in Cuba destroyed.
The most served three boxes are “go,” B & O Railroad, and Illinois Ave.
During World War II, there was a special version of the monopoly for detainees held by the Nazi. This game includes a map, real money, and other items to help escape.


Other games produced by Parker Brothers, Risk is a strategic turn-based game for two people from six people. The standard version of this game is played on board that describes the political and territorial maps of the earth, which contains six continents with 42 regions. Players rolled dice and control forces to try to take over the area of ​​other players.
The risk is ideal for people who enjoy the idea of ​​world domination. I found the risk when my friends played it at school, I patiently sit and watch until I get the core of the game. After some games I played well, I was hooked. I immediately got your own set and so far, one of the best board games I have and still played until now. It’s strange to play with people who are close to you, because never fail, someone always ends up betraying someone, but honestly, it is part of his charm.

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The Settlers of Catan

Above settlers of Catan, players are in the role of settlers; Every player tries to build and get ownership while obtaining and trading for the required resources. As an individual player settlement increases in size, they get points. Players who reach the number set in the winning point.
My favorite aspect of this game is a variable board, so not every game will be the same, good for replay factors. It’s quite popular in the US where it is called “our time board game” by Washington Post. If you have never played a settlers of Catan, give a vortex, I’m sure you will itch to play after you complete your girl game.


The Scrabble Word game consists of two to four players who score points by placing tiles, each tile has one letter to the game board which is 15 × 15 grid cells. The purpose of this game is to unite letters, build words, accumulate most of the words and outperform other players. This game encourages many recurring players to increase the basis of their vocabulary and overall literary skills.
I remember playing Scrabble with my cousin and always frustrated for the amount of crazy vocals they were blessed with divinely. But, it has brought my family and friends to have fun and enhance our spelling and vocabulary substantially. Definitely one of my favorite board games of all time.