Top Ten Games for Family Game Night


The Top Ten

1 Monopoly

I love it bro!

2 Ticket to Ride
3 The Settlers of Catan
4 Bananagrams
5 Apples to Apples
6 Scrabble
7 Pictionary
8 Taboo
9 Life
10 Yahtzee

The Contenders

11 Boggle

My husband and his girls have played Boggle (4 by 4 letters) for years. We now play Big Boggle (5 by 5 letters) and Super Big Boggle (6 by 6 letters). Great for any one who has just learned how to read on up to advanced readers. Shake the letters and get a new set for the next game. See who can find the most words in a 3 minute period of time or 4 minute period of time with the larger versions. Great family fun. My granddaughter, who is a senior in high school, beat 3 of us adding our scores against her. Great family game. - bcgriffinbecky

12 Quiddler

Beautiful cards with singular letters or letter blends worth varying points. Deal from 3 cards a piece to 10 cards. See who can make words the quickest with the letters in their hands. The person with the most words or longest word gets 10 extra points. Great fun for family and friends. - bcgriffinbecky

13 Mexican Train

Domino game where everyone places their dominoes radiating out from the center train station. A game of Mexican Train dominoes uses the 91 dominoes of a double standard set. If there are four players, each player gets 15 dominoes, and five or six players get 12 dominoes each. The remaining dominoes go face-down in a pile known as the boneyard. From the double 12 domino in the center, each player starts a train by placing a domino with a 12 on it next to the double 12. During the first turn, a player may make as many moves as he can.

During the next turn, each player is allowed only one move. If the player cannot make a move, he draws a domino from the boneyard. If the player still cannot make a move, he places a penny (a colored train) on his train. Players are only allowed to make plays on their own train, on a train with a penny or on the Mexican Train, which is a train that any player has started that is separate from each player's train.We call this the community train. The ...more - bcgriffinbecky

14 Family Feud Family Feud Family Feud is an American television game show created by Mark Goodson where two families compete to name the most popular responses to survey questions in order to win cash and prizes.
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