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Board Games

A staple for every family game night, board games are usually placed on a table and are played according to a set of rules. These games require two or more players and are played simply based on strategy or luck. Games like chess depend on the skill of the player, while certain board games for kids such as Ludo require no decision-making skills and are purely based on luck. Whereas certain games require some level of both skill and luck.

Ideally all board games are turn based and one of the key components of a board game is it comprises of pieces or objects that can be moved on a board featuring a pattern. For example, in Snakes and Ladders tokens are used to represent a player's position.

Playing strategy-based board games require problem solving skills and are known to exercise the brain. Board games for kids are an excellent way of stimulating important problem-solving skills.

Board Games for Kids, Elderly / Senior Citizens & Family

From children to senior adults everyone enjoys playing different types of board games. Board games for kids are both fun and educational. These games can help develop a child’s intellectual skills, problem solving skills and can encourage positive social interactions when played with other children.

Classic board games for elderly are a perfect after dinner entertainment to play with friends or when grandkids are visiting. Not only are they engaging and fun but are also challenging providing much needed mental stimulation for every senior’s overall wellbeing.

While family board games are entertaining, they also have an array of health benefits for senior adults such as fighting memory loss, depression, relieving stress and keeping the mind active. Most board games require the movement of hands and use of coordination skills, which can be important for aging seniors.

Best Board Games

Board games have been played throughout history and are now prevalent in almost every home. Here is a list of some of the best board games of all time :

  1. Chess A two-player strategic mind game, Chess is an ancient game well known to the entire world. Both the players start the game with 16 pieces where each one is assigned a particular movement. The goal is to check mate each other’s king piece using the other pieces and is played on a black and white checkered board.
  2. Monopoly Introduced to the world in 1935, Monopoly is a classic property trading game and 2ith 1144 different variations or editions at present. Monopoly can be played with minimum 2 players and 8 players at most.
  3. Scrabble Scrabble is a game in which players build up words by placing small lettered squares or tiles onto a board divided into a 15 × 15 grid of squares. The tiles must form words that are two or more letters long and are either read left to right horizontally or downwards vertically.
  4. Snakes and Ladders An ancient Indian board game, Snakes and Ladders today is regarded as a worldwide classic. Played between 2 or more players, it is a simple race game with the object being to navigate one's game piece, according to die rolls, from the start to the finish, helped or hindered by ladders and snakes respectively.

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FAQ’s

What are different types of board games?

Some of the most common board games are

  1. Educational board games Board games are capable of increasing a child's brain power and skills. Educational games are great to help teach color matching, numbers and counting, letters and alphabets, identifying shapes, identifying patterns, social skills, fine motor skills, strategic thinking skills and more.
  2. Roll and move games These types of games involve rolling a dice or drawing cards to determine the number of spaces you move in a particular direction. These include classic games like Monopoly.
  3. Cooperative games These games are all about teamwork, where players work together to reach a particular goal.
  4. Worker placement gamesHere players rely heavily on strategy and have an allocated workforce that are available to them.
  5. Puzzle games All about numbers, pattern recognition and combinations, puzzle games focus on solving problems.
  6. Eurogames Originating from Europe, they also referred to as German-style games. Easy to learn, these games encourage the players to use their skills, rather than solely relying on luck.
  7. Abstract games Most abstract games require 2 or more players, alternating turns and purely based on strategy. Classic games like chess fall under this category, where the more skilled player usually wins.
  8. Dexterity These games involve eye hand coordination. This can include mechanics such as stacking blocks, flicking disks, or snatching cards off the table. Example – Jenga

How many people are needed to play board games?

Depending on the game, there is an ideal count of players required for board games. The minimum number of players required to play a classic board game is two. However, board games can also be played in a small group with 5-8 players or in a big group which includes more than 8 players.

What is the most popular board game?

The most popular and bestselling board game of all time is Chess. The game is played by two opponents on a checkered board with pieces of contrasting colors (white and black). Each player attempts to force the opponent’s key piece, the King, into checkmate a position where the king is attacked and can no longer escape.

A true test of strategy and intelligence, Chess has stoked passion worldwide. The basic rules of the game are easy learn, yet complex making it hard to master. Chess solely depends on the skill of the players and can be enjoyed throughout all ages of life.

What makes a board game good?

Board games have a good player interaction and use very different game mechanics that make the experience of playing together intriguing. Great family board games create an environment for all members to engage in fun together.

Playing board games offer opportunities for early learning, keeps your mind engaged and lowers the risk of cognitive decline. Board games have the ability to reduce stress, soothe anxiety and fight negative thoughts, whilst encouraging laughter and enjoyment.

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