In today’s 2-player spotlight, we talk about Nantucket. Inspired by its bigger sibling, New Bedford, this tiny microgame about town building and whaling packs a lot of punch! Read our review to find out more!
Category - Casual Board Games
For some of us, board gaming is life: enjoyable, fun, intellectually stimulating, and a great way to pass the time. But some people don’t see it that way…playing games is silly, or a chore, or just plain boring. If you’re trying to get a game going with someone like that, then the games on this list are a great way to get them engaged and enjoying themselves.
Casual games are are easy to set up, have simple rules, and don’t take too long to play. You never know…that person who doesn’t enjoy games now might end up being your best playing partner…if you can just get them interested in the right games!
Circle the Wagons is a quick and easy, down and dirty, 'Boomtown' building card drafting game for two players. Check out our review of Circle the Wagons pardner!
Lock up your phones! Bring your family and friends together in healthy fun through movement, song and creative play. Family Showdown is a throwback to classic board games of old. Read our review to find out more.
There’s no doubt about it, Lotus is a beautiful game. But is it is as good as it is pretty? Read our review of Lotus to find out!
Match your 'Stache, then smash. Match shapes and colors in Moustache Smash, the uproariously fun family game of slapping and 'staching.
Let me introduce you to a game that will make you forget you ever heard the name Uno. No Thanks is fast, fun, and clever. Say "Yes Please", to No Thanks.