What is still a fun ass board game to play? by QuestionGuy June 12, 2022, 3:26 am What is still a fun ass board game to play? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeassboardfungameplayQuestion and Answer See more Previous article A woman walks out of the shower, winks at her boyfriend, and says, Next article TIL Geir Helgemo, the world’s #1 Bridge player of 2018, had all his credentials taken away after it was revealed that he had used two drugs to increase his testosterone even though performance enhancers wouldn’t had effected his ability to play the card game. 26 Comments Leave a Reply I’m here for the ass board games. Log in to Reply Risk. Because there will be a fight that will be a very entertaining memory for years to come. Log in to Reply Monopoly, clue, scatagories Log in to Reply Monopoly and Sorry Log in to Reply Trivial Pursuit Log in to Reply Scrabble Log in to Reply Candyland Log in to Reply There’s one with a werewolf and a mansion. Idr what it’s called but when i get back to my office I’ll tell you. Log in to Reply Balderdash while having a few drinks is hilarious. Log in to Reply Mario kart, knockout (basketball game) Log in to Reply Galaxy Trucker. You scramble to claim parts to build a perfect spaceship along with other competitors, then you do a supply run filled with pirates and meteorites. They will mess your ship up. Whoever has the most intact ship and made it to port with the largest shipment wins. It’s a extremely fun game. Log in to Reply Any version of Clue. I got about 4, maybe 5, and they are different and fun. Although the spy edition one was better when the messages actually occurred. Log in to Reply Clue is damn fun no matter the age. Log in to Reply scrabble Log in to Reply Monopoly Log in to Reply d&d Log in to Reply Settlers of Catan, Carcasonne, HeroQuest, etc. etc. Log in to Reply Fireball island Log in to Reply Axis and Allies Log in to Reply Turn your ass into a chess board… Log in to Reply Scrabble Log in to Reply I’m a big fan of occasionally setting off an entire day for a session of Twilight Imperium. Games can last 8 to 12 hours, but there’s almost nothing like it. Strategy, betrayal, space war, diplomacy… it’s got it all. Order a couple pizzas, bring a few six packs of beer or your favorite wine bottles, and it’s a good way to spend a Saturday–or at least a few evenings on Tabletop Simulator with a dedicated group Log in to Reply Othello. Log in to Reply Nobody said chess yet? Log in to Reply If you’re hanging out with other adults, Escape from the House on the Hill is a good time (or escape from Baldur’s Gate, D&D spinoff version If you prefer). Gloomhaven and HeroQuest are great, but much more in depth, time consuming, and are meant for multiple play sessions. And then not necessarily board games, but tabletop games, both Cards Against Humanity and The Red Dragon Inn are a blast with friends, but they require a bit of investment due to dozens of expansions. Not required, but they do add a lot more variety to sessions. If you mean classics, there’s always stuff like Risk or Monopoly if you really want to hate your friends. Log in to Reply Betrayal at House on the Hill or Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate (if you want more of a D&D theme.) You start by building out a house or city of Baldur’s Gate. Once a “haunt roll” is failed the game changes. There is a big table of different scenarios for which item and which room the roll is failed in. Usually one player becomes a traitor and is against the others but sometimes there is no traitor. I’ve had some of my most epic gaming moments playing those games. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.