Inspired by the beloved Friends TV series, Monopoly: Friends The TV Series captures some of the series’ most memorable situations and locations. Play as Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Phoebe, Monica, or Joey with exclusive tokens. The game board features iconic scenes and themes, such as Relaxi Taxi, All the Candy, Ross’ Teeth, Holiday Armadillo, or Central Perk — the local coffee house. Any Friends-obsessed fan will be delighted by this fun edition of Monopoly. You’ll be laughing and reminiscing about the show as you play. Perfect for game night, it’s a must-have for any Friends fan.
An Amazon-exclusive, Monopoly: Pixar Edition is a Pixar-themed version of the popular classic board game. Buy favorite locations from Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story, The Incredibles, Up, Coco, Monsters Inc., Cars, and more. The gameboard features real locations and gorgeous artwork from your favorite Pixar movies. Play with Pixar movie-themed tokens like Pizza Planet Truck from Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story, Carl’s House from Disney/Pixar’s Up, and the iconic Pixar Ball and Lamp. There are even action spaces and cards that amp up the fun. It’s the perfect gift for any Disney/Pixar fan.
Celebrate UNO’s 50th Anniversary with the UNO 50th Anniversary Premium Card Set. For its 50th Anniversary, UNO has been given a premium makeover with premium black cards, an exclusive 50/50 card, and a commemorative gold coin with a special rule. But at it’s core, it’s the same UNO you know and love. It’s perfect for family game nights.
UNO celebrates its 50th Anniversary of being wild! The mega-popular UNO gets a fresh new update with UNO Remix. It puts a twist on House rules and the deck changes with each game. You can create customizable cards in the game to target certain people — like ‘Skip to John’ or ‘Draw 2 Michelle’. Some cards increase how many cards the next player draws, while others can block penalty cards. It mixes up the gameplay enough to reinvent this classic.
Build your army and dominate the world in RISK. This strategic combat game features the classic gameplay of RISK. This Amazon-exclusive includes a 2-headed dragon token and it works with Alexa. Your objective is to take over the world. Using strategic planning and dice rolling moves, one player will move across the game board to reign supreme and win. Will you be that player? Hands-down, this is the best version yet and it’s perfect for family game night!
Designed for 2-8 players, Beat That! gets the whole family active with 160 minute-to-win-it-style challenges. There are solo challenges, battle royales, buddy-ups, and duels. Place bets on your skills and attempt to complete the challenges like toss a paper ball into a bin across the room.
Who doesn’t love popping bubbles? The Push Pops Bubble Fidget Sensory toy delivers the ultimate sensory experience. It includes a set of 3 bubble popping silicon sensory squares to pop until your heart’s content. It’s a real stress-reliever and great for keeping you calm during the pandemic or anytime. The best part? They’re reusable so the poppin’ fun never stops!
Featuring 1,000 Pokemon facts, players must decide whether they are fact or fiction. In this fast-paced game for 1-4 players, there are 3 levels ranging from beginner to expert. Who will be the best trainer?
Family Charades is the best-selling family game for 2 to 4 players. It’s perfect for parties with a variety of themes, including Kids Charades, Family Charades, Movie Charades, and 80’s & 90’s Charades to cater to all ages and tastes. There’s a good mix of easy and challenging charades. Expect a ton of laugh out loud moments and fun as you bond with family and friends. It’s a classic game that provides endless hours of fun.
Forget air hockey — Klask is just as fun. In Klask, players use a large magnet that is placed under the table to control their magnetic gaming piece. The basic idea is just like air hockey. There are small circular goals on opposite ends. You have to push and shoot the ball into your opponent’s goal while avoiding obstacles.
The classic game of Pictionary is the game of quick sketches and hilarious sketches! Now they’ve introduced a new Pop Culture category along with markers and erasable boards. You draw the clues and your team has to guess what it is. The best part? Even if you can’t draw, you can still play and the game appeals to everyone from kids to adults with multiple difficulty levels. In fact, if you can’t draw, it might generate more laughter. Get ready for fun times with Pictionary. It’s BIG fun for the whole family!
Faced with random questions you’ll have to answer truthfully, Never Have I Ever Family Edition is great fun for the whole family. You’ll learn a ton about your kids/teens that you probably would not have known otherwise. The questions are family-friendly and game night is sure to be full of laughter and incredible stories. It’s also a hilarious party game.
Gridopolis is a new 3D strategy game. Think of it as 3D Checkers. Typical strategy games are flat and 2D — not Gridopolis. You can play many games with only 7 basic parts. The game is dynamic — it changes while you play. The object is to be the last player standing. Movement is similar to Checkers where you jump over players to capture them, but now there’s the addition of a 3D move set to consider. This means that you can move sideways, forward, up, down, diagonal, or up and diagonal. Everyone gets extra parts during play. At anytime, you can choose to move or build, adding a Pad. With endless replayability, this one sure looks like a winner!
Ubongo 3D is the newest addition to the Ubongo family with 3D shapes. In this geometric, Tetris-like puzzle game for 1-4 players, race against the clock and each other to solve a puzzle of interlocking shapes. Now you’ll have to expand your spatial reasoning skills to the third dimension, positioning the 3D pieces on a puzzle card so they completely fill a designated three-dimensional space. Just like Tetris, the pieces must fit together, adding to the challenge. You’re awarded more gems the faster you solve the puzzle. After 9 rounds, the player with the most gems wins.
Beat The Parents is the ultimate family showdown game from Spin Master. Wage your bets — will the parents do the kids’ chores or order pizza for dinner? Compete through multiple question rounds or hilarious physical challenges to determine the victor.
From the creators of Exploding Kittens, Tacocat Spelled Backwards is a clever 2-player party game of card matchups. Win duels by playing cards of matching or higher value to defend your hand or sacrifice your lowest card. When you’re on your final card, whomever has the lowest card value wins the round bringing Tacocat closer to their side. Games last about 15 minutes.
Electronic Catchphrases is a fun game to play with family and friends. It’s the grab it, guess it, pass it game! As the clock clicks down, you will have to get your teammates to guess the word on the screen without saying it. Once the word is guessed, the game unit is passed to the other team and play continues back forth. It’s a frantic paced game that makes your heart beat faster as the clock ticks down. Expect a lot of laughs, screams, and yells.
Designed to combat the growing literary crisis, Rhyme Antics is the hilarious rhyming vocabulary game. It gets older kids and teens excited about reading again. It’s a fun, fast-paced vocabulary game inspired by hip-hop. Download your beat and you engage in a rap battle, passing the mic back and forth with your opponents. Teens can build their vocabulary while having a blast. It’s perfect for parties and family game night!
Shotgun is the perfect roadtrip game for the whole family. In Shotgun! The Roadtrip Game from the creators of What Do You Meme?, compete for points with a complete deck of dares, trivia, challenges, questions, and more. Read the card and play based on the prompt. Play until you reach your destination or until you stop for food. A drawstring storage pouch makes it perfect for on the go.
Inspired by the replica from the TV series, the Star Trek Tridimensional Chess set is perfect for Star Trek and Chess fans. With 32 die-cast chess pieces, 4 movable attack boards, and a 13″ tall set with 3 translucent acrylic playing boards, it offers great play and display quality.
The Collins Key channel has over 20 million YouTube subscribers and averages more than 25 million views per video, with videos featuring DIY food, pancake art, wacky challenges, pranks, and more. The Collins Key Mystery Challenge Game has players spin the wheel to find out what food you have to make. Then spin the wheel to find out what elements, compounds, and tools you get to make that. The #KeyperSquad will have a blast playing this game in real life. Are you ready to recreate your own food challenges at home? It’s the ultimate food challenge game!
Your Pokémon fan will love the Pokémon TCG: Battle Academy Bundle. It contains 3 complete Pokémon TCG decks with 60 cards apiece. Each deck features a powerful special Pokémon: Charizard-GX, Raichu-GX, or Mewtwo-GX 2 tutorial guides. It also includes 1 large metallic coin, 1 set of damage counters, a code card for the online TCG, 2 mini Sun & Moon series portfolios, 2 Sun & Moon series Booster Pack, and 4 Booster Sun & Moon series Packs. It’s a great starter bundle to get into the world of Pokémon TCG battles.
Looking for a minimalistic version of UNO? Designed by Brazilian designer Warleson Olivera, UNO Minimalista is a fan creation brought to life by popular demand. It’s a minimized version of UNO with minimalist design and graphics. Although it embraces a minimalistic design, it’s a very stylish and slick looking deck. In fact, the Internet went crazy for it. Players match a card from their hand with the current card at the top of the deck and race to get rid of all their cards. It has a streamlined logo, dark background, and simple outlined symbols on each card. It’s the same UNO you know and love, now with a sweet minimalistic design in premium packaging.
Love Chess and Toy Story? Celebrate Toy Story’s 25th Anniversary in style with this Toy Story Collector’s Chess Set from USAopoly. It features beautifully sculpted pieces of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the gang along with a decorative chess board. Chess pieces include Buzz, Jessie, Trixie, Rex, Dolly, Bullseye, Slinky Dog, Mr. Pricklepants, Little Green Aliens, Woody, Bo Peep, Forky, Hamm, Duke, Buttercup, Bunny, Ducky, and Army Men. It’s the perfect gift for your Toy Story-obsessed fan that’s sure to delight for years to come. Let the battles begin!
Designed for 2-6 players, Disney’s Hocus Pocus is a cooperative card game based on the cult classic. Players need to work together to ruin the Sanderson Sisters’ potion 3 times so the sun comes up on the witches board. You take turns changing the potion in the cauldron until you can stun a witch. If you run out of ingredient cards before the sun rises, then the Sanderson Sisters win. Spell cards, the Binx mover, and trick tokens spice up the fun. There’s a bit of a learning curve, but it gets fun once you get the hang of it. Fans will appreciate the little details, such as the game package is designed like a spellbook, there’s a little binx replica, and there are fun drawings on the cards. They’ve nailed the look of the game. With 30-minute game play times, it’s one of those games you’ll enjoy playing over and over. Can you protect Salem’s children and prevent the Sanderson sisters from completing their wicked potion before sunrise? It’s a must for any Hocus Pocus fan.
What Do You Meme? Family Edition brings the #1 best-selling game to families without all the R-rated content. You have to create the funniest memes using your dealt caption cards to match the photos. Rotating judges determine the winner in each round. Beware there’s quite a bit of bathroom humor (i.e., boogers and farts). Parents may choose to remove those cards they deem to be inappropriate for their family. It’s a great game for kids, teens, and family game night that everyone will love. Get ready for tons of laughter, fun, and great entertainment. It’s hilarious fun!
Inspired by The Mandalorian on Disney Plus, Monopoly: Star Wars The Child Edition features a fun theme for fans. The gameboard features familiar places and objects like Cup of Broth, a Frog, Tracking FOB, Razor Crest Cockpit, and Razor Crest Storage Bay. You can play as The Child (aka ‘Baby Yoda ‘) in a variety of different poses. We only wish the tokens were metal pieces rather than paper. Instead of houses and hotels, you buy and trade Hideouts and Common Houses. There are also Camtono and Bounty Puck cards with actions to perform. Bankrupt other players to win. Will you be the last one standing? It’s the perfect family game for your Star Wars obsessed fan who can’t get enough of Baby Yoda.
Exit: The Cemetery of The Knight is an escape room style game for 1-4 players. Players must unlock the secrets of darkness and uncover a hidden treasure. It offers an intermediate level of difficulty with roughly 90 minutes of playtime. Can you open the crypt and uncover the coveted gem before time runs out?
In this refresh of Headbanz, you get even more goofy fun in this fast-paced ‘What am I?’ guessing game. The game is designed for 2 to 6 players. Kids place the cartoon on their heads with one of the six new headbands and then ask ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions to discover what picture is on their head. There are new cards with a fresh, new art style. It’s a simple game that’s endless fun for the whole family!
Inspired by the popular Internet dare, Make Me Over Challenge is blindfold makeup mayhem. One player is blindfolded and attempts to apply makeup on another player for some laugh-out-loud moments! Don’t forget the more you giggle, the more challenging it is to apply the makeup. You and your friends will make some unforgettable memories. Do you dare take on this hilariously fun challenge?
Attention shoppers — let’s go on a shopping adventure! Mall Madness is a reboot of the classic shopping spree game from the 80s and 90s that some parents may remember. It plays the same as the original and a new generation can discover the fun. The first player to get all 6 of your items on your list and make it to the parking lot wins. Will you be that first player?
Scooby-Doo: Beytrayal at Mystery Mansion is a spinoff of the popular Betrayal game series featuring Scooby-Doo and friends. Three to five players attempt to brave 25 haunts, inspired by classic Scooby-Doo episodes and movies. When players gather enough clues, the Haunt begins. So one player takes on the Monster role, attempting to capture or scare away the gang. Will Scooby and his friends unmask the villain, or will the Monster successfully complete its nefarious scheme? Players need to work together to uncover the Haunt’s critical weakness and overcome it. Will you be able to overcome the Haunt?
The Upside Down Challenge Game from Vango Toys has players wearing goggles that flip their vision upside-down. Players then have to complete challenges like writing their name, connecting dots, pouring water from one cup into another. On the surface, they are all seemingly simple tasks, but when your vision is wonked out they become really difficult. Get ready for tons of laughter and fun!
You may have heard of Beer Pong, but have you heard of Deer Pong? Deer Pong has players bouncing balls into deer buckets. It features Bucky the Stag, a talking deer who ramps up the fun in this frantic race to be the first team to land 3 balls in the antler cups. The game also features a joke mode where Bucky tell jokes and funny phrases. It’s a fun competitive game for family game night.
Designed for 4 or more players, Telestrations: Upside Down is a fast-paced telephone game sketched out guessing game with an all-new experience. It takes lost in translation to a whole new level. Share hilarious, obscure, and crazy drawings with friends and family. It puts a teamwork spin on laugh-out-loud miscommunication, placing the pen in one person’s hand and control of the board in another’s hand. Then players pair up to draw. The catch? You can only use up or down instructions for your partner to guess and win. You’ll bond, celebrate, and create unforgettable LOL moments and memories.
Designed for 1 or more players, Scooby-Doo: Escape From The Haunted Mansion: A Coded Chronicles Game is an escape room game with no time limit. With a Scooby-inspired storyline, you can be a part of the gang to attempt to solve the mystery. Use the unique code-revealing mechanic to cooperatively and gradually unlock new parts of the game. Find over 50 clues hidden in this game’s interactive game board and pieces to help you determine what happened in Lady Fairmont’s Haunted Mansion! Players share 5 narrative booklets, which are read as everyone works to fill in the story’s missing details. Different parts are kept in secret envelopes and opened as the crew unlocks answers. Players can expect roughly an hour of gameplay that can be played in one sitting or two. Can you crack the case?
Designed for 2-4 players, Dungeons & Dragons: Adventure Begins offers a fun and fast entry into Dungeons & Dragons. It offers a new experience every time. The game is easy to setup. The complete set includes 4 Dungeon Game Boards, 20 Customizable Character Tiles, 4 Monster Tiles, 24 Gold Tokens, 5 Dice, 4 Mini-Figures, 1 Plastic Monster Tracker, 1 Plastic Card Holder, 1 Plastic Part Stand, 4 Plastic Character Trackers, 132 Cards, and an Instruction Booklet. Invite your friends over for some epic D&D games.
Villainous gets a fun new Marvel twist with Marvel Villainous: Infinite Power. You can play as Thanos, Hela, Ultron, or 2 secret Marvel villains. Battle for world domination, using each villain’s special abilities to their advantage while averting challenges from the shared fate deck. It’s the perfect game for Marvel fans with great replayability.
The classic game of Jenga gets a fun Mario-inspired theme with Jenga: Super Mario. Celebrate Mario’s 35th anniversary with this special edition of the game. In this version of the game, players climb the tower with Mario characters to defeat Bowser. Just like in Mario games, you’ll collect coins along the way. The twist? Spin a spinner to determine how many blocks to stack, how many layers to climb, and whether to reverse play or collect coins.
UNO Showdown introduces new, unexpected excitement to family game night. It’s the matching game you know and love. When the Showdown unit signals with lights and sounds, you have to quickly react and be the first player to push the pedal. The fastest player draws and sends extra cards flying at opponents. It’s all about quick reflexes. It’s perfect for family game nights.
Clue Liars Edition offers a fun twist on the classic game of Clue. In this game, you have to lie your way to the truth! Players have to lie their way throughout the game. The catch? If a player suspects lying, they can hit the buzzer to call out a lie! Can you crack the case and determine who killed Mr. Boddy? Correctly determine Who, What, and Where to win!
Giant Tumbling Timbers is a super-sized version of Jenga. It’s like Jenga on steroids. Bigger is better: the bigger they are, the harder they fall. Fully built it stacks to 5-feet tall and the sustainably-sourced New Zealand pine wood is durably constructed. Like Jenga, this is all about stacking fun. Players build and stack wooden pieces to build a tall tower. Then taking turns you remove piece by piece. But watch out! One wrong move could send the whole structure toppling to the ground. Crash the structure and you lose! It’s a game of skill, strategy, and luck. How do you stack up? Perfect for parties, BBQs, camping, and other gatherings, it’s great family fun and an adventure every time you play. Timber … better watch your toes!
Monopoly Super Electronic Banking features an electronic banking unit and offers unique rewards. Each player has a bank card that yields different rewards for gameplay: roll a certain number, land on a certain space, or purchase a particular property. Players can decide to fly to any property and force another player totrade one of their coveted properties. In this version, there’s no paper money — the cards and banking unit track each player’s cash. It’s an exciting game for the whole family, as players buy properties, collect rent, and get rewarded for it! The player with the most money at the end wins.
Monopoly Super Mario Celebration is an anniversary game you’ll want to play. It features iconic artwork characters, and sound effects from the Super Mario franchise. Players buy, sell, and trade locations inspired by iconic locations from the Super Mario games. Press the question block to collect or lose coins or to take another turn. Fans will be delighted by iconic Super Mario sound effects, Bowser’s laugh, the Power-Up sound, and more. Toad houses and Princess Peach’s castles replace houses and hotels, respectively. Even utilities are reimagined for Bowser Jr. and Magikoopa. It’s the perfect gift for your Super Mario fan.
Don’t get sad … get even! Do you get really mad when you play Monopoly? Then Monopoly For Sore Losers is the game for you. It’s a hilarious new twist on the classic game of Monopoly. All the typical rules are flipped on their head. Players earn cash by going to Jail, paying rent on a property, or going bankrupt. Players who really start sinking can make a comeback using the large Mr. Monopoly token that gives players advantages over other players. It’s perfectly okay to flip the table and flip the board, go crazy, and get mad in this edition of the game. Losing has never felt so good!
Selling millions of copies, Ticket To Ride is a classic. It’s secret? While it looks intimidating out of the box, it is easy for anybody to play. Each player picks a color and a deck of cards is shuffled. In the game, the object is to connect cities using tiny plastic trains. It’s a game that all families should have in their collection.
What happens when you put cute cats and explosives in a deck of cards? You get “Exploding Kittens”, a Russian roulette card game. Essentially, you have a deck of cards and if you pick up the “Exploding Kitten” card, you blow up. While the idea of the game isn’t new, the hilarious premise is. It’s an old fashioned card game that will get everybody laughing around the table again.
Melissa and Doug’s Suspend is like a modern version of Jenga. The idea of the game is to hang one of the rubber rods on a unsteady structure. The twist? Everytime somebody places a rod on the structure it shifts like a seesaw. If it falls, you lose. The goal of the game is to use all of your rods.
If you have a large group, Avalon is so fun. Supporting up 10 players, Avalon is a game where you are trying to guess who the hidden bad guys are. Everybody has a secret. At the start of the game, everybody is handed out cards to see what role they will play. Everybody closes their eyes, but the bad guys know who they are. In the game, you are allowed to lie and accuse people. It’s a game about deception and bluffing.
In the party game, Apples To Apples, the idea is to pick a red card from your hand that best describes the judge’s green card. If the judge puts down “Undesirable”, you could put down “Stinky Feet” or an “Alien Probe”. The judge then collects everybody’s card and chooses her favorite answer. During the next round, somebody else gets to be the judge. It’s a more family-friendly version of Cards Against Humanity.
Not Parent Approved is Cards Against Humanity without the naughty bits. Each round there is a judge. The judge draws a question card and each player has to put down the “best answer.” Then the judge chooses her favorite answer. Instead of adult humor, it’s filled with toilet humor that is kid friendly though there maybe a few cards that are borderline.
Taboo is really fun. In the game, you have to describe something without using certain “taboo” words. It’s actually pretty hard, but that’s what makes it fun and highly competitive. Each team has to guess as many words as they can before the timer runs out.
In The Game Of Things, you will have to really know your friends. It is sort of like Apples To Apples in reverse. There is a question like Things You wish grew on trees. Then everybody writes down their own answer. Then you have to try to pick out who said what. There are a couple of cards that may go in an ‘adult’ direction but it is easy to remove them if you find them objectionable.
Uno is one of the most popular card games. Uno is a matching card game. As a card is discarded, the next player has to match either the number or color with one of their cards. If they don’t have a matching card, they have to pick up a card until they find a matching card. Now the game has been given a Emoji makeover.
When people think of board games, they probably first think about Monopoly. Created in 1935, the game has been played by millions of players. It’s a game where luck is just as important making the right decisions. Players roll the dice and try to acquire properties along the game board. The chance and community chest cards add a random element to the game. Much like life, sometimes taking risks pays off and sometimes it doesn’t.
Scrabble is much more than a game about forming words on the board. It helps reorganize your brain as you find a high scoring word in a jumble of random letters. The best part is making up words and convincing others that they exist. Too bad she isn’t as excited about studying for her upcoming spelling test.
Reverse Charades is a fun game to play with friends. In Charades, one person acts out something on a card and their team has to guess what it is. In Reverse Charades, everybody acts out the word on the card and you have to guess what it is. It’s so much funnier backwards.
There is nothing better than playing Twister with a bunch of close friends. In the game, you have to use your body to reach different colors on the mat. The problem? Since you are playing with friends, you are sure to get tangled like a knot. Ultimate Twister features a larger mat so even more people can play together.
Five Second Rule is a fast paced trivia game where you have five seconds to answer a simple question like “Name 3 Animals You Shouldn’t Pet?” When you only have 5 seconds, it is hard for your brain to keep up so sometimes you just blurt out nonsense. There are some easy questions and some that will challenge even human calculators.
Telestrations is what you get when you put Pictionary and Telephone in a blender. Like Telephone, it’s fun to play the game in a circle. Each person gets a word. Instead of whispering the word to the player next to you, you draw it on the drawing pad and pass it to the player beside you. The person looks at the word and tries to guess what you drew. It alternates between drawing and guessing until you get your drawing page back. As you can guess, the final image isn’t exactly what you started with.
In Watch Your Mouth, one person sticks a mouth retractor in her mouth and has to get her teammates to guess a phrase on the card. The only problem? It’s hard to read the card when you are drooling all over the place. Because it is so hard to enunciate, it turns everybody into a comedian.
Googly Eyes is a fun twist on the game of Pictionary. Players have to put on glasses with different lenses that mess with their vision. With huge lenses, the glasses make everybody look like a big dork. Some lenses are easy and some really mess with your eyesight. With the glasses on, you have to try to draw a picture from a card and get your team to guess the word.
Who doesn’t love Sushi? This game comes in the most adorable packaging. As you can guess, the object of the game is to make best sushi to score the most points. To do that, you will be picking up one card, a dish, from a hand of cards before passing your deck to the player next to you. It’s a fun way to simulate food passing by you on a conveyor belt. Depending on the dishes you pick, you will score different points.
Blokus is a unique strategy game where players must place Tetris-shaped pieces so that they only touch at the diagonal corner. Each player starts at one of the corners of the baord. The game ends when nobody can make a move. The idea is to use as many of your pieces as possible. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
From the creators of Exploding Kittens comes another hilarious game. In game, there are two types of card: bears and babies. Players must build bears to destroy an army of babies. In the deck, there are different body parts. You connect them to form a monster. You can create everything from a owl wearing underpants to a grizzly bear who is also a taco. The object of the game is to eat the most babies. It’s a game that plays as silly as it sounds.
Created by comedian Jeff Foxworthy, Relative Insanity is like Apples to Apples and Cards Against Humanity, but you can play it in front of the family. It’s a game that you’ll love playing because you’re sure to get lots of laughs. There are punch line cards and setup cards. Someone reads the setup, for example: “When my cousin walked in with my new baby, my grandma blurted out _______.” Then players look at their punch lines and submit the one that’s going to get the biggest laugh. The setup person picks the best answer and that player scores points.
Who doesn’t love to cheat in Monopoly? Now Hasbro is making cheating official with the Monopoly Cheaters Edition. The core gameplay remains unchanged. So what’s changed? There are 15 special cards tailored to the sneakiest family members. If you can get away with evil deeds, you’ll be rewarded; however, if you’re caught you’ll end up in handcuffs. Now there’s no banker so you can rob the bank if you’re daring enough.
Can you keep a “sea”-cret? From the creators of Exploding Kittens comes a new board game called You’ve Got Grabs. This is a family-friendly game for kids over 7. Played in teams of two, this game combines crabs with deception. The game is super simple: Before starting, you and your teammate must come up with a secret signal. You must collect 4 of the same card and secretly notify your partner. Your teammate must then yell, “You’ve got crabs!” The catch? If the other team finds out and yells “You’ve Got Crabs” your team loses.
Monopoly Fortnite Edition is designed for teens. In this version of the game you battle your opponents and avoid the storm. Just like the videogame, it’s all about survival — not what you own. The game features battles and loot chests and is inspired by the videogame. It’s a fun new spin on the classic game of Monopoly. This new version features 27 new characters and updated board spaces. Will you be the last player standing?!
In Catan, you will have to manage your resources to take control over an island. On each roll of the dice, you will get different resources and will have to trade and use them wisely to build out your civilization.
Who isn’t obsessed with Unicorns? Started on Kickstarter, Unstable Unicorns is a card game that raised an ungodly amount of money. In Unstable Unicorns, you must build a unicorn army. The player that is the first to collect seven unicorns in their hand is the winner, but thanks to the “Neigh” cards there are numerous obstacles in your way. It’s much a game of strategy as it is a game of betrayal. Add rainbows and a little sparkle to your game night.
What do you get when you combine the worlds of Harry Potter and UNO? You get something magical in the form of UNO Harry Potter. The gameplay remains intact but now the cards feature the cast of Harry Potter and there is a special new rule. You have to eliminate all of you cards and be the first player or team to reach 500 points to win.
In escape rooms, players work together to solve puzzle to escape before time runs out. Now the fun of an escape room is making its way to board games. If you like narrative-driven games, Thinkfun has some great board games that vary in difficultly. For kids, there is Stargazer’s Manor, which contains easy puzzles that kids can solve on their own. If you are looking to join in on the fun, check out Dr. Gravely’s Retreat. The game contains a series of puzzles to solve in sealed envelopes.
Codenames is a word game where players take the role of spies. 25 word cards are laid out on the table. Different words are assigned to different teams. The spy master has to give one word clues that describe as many words on their team without actually saying the word. The catch is if your team guesses wrong, the other team receives points.
In Codenames Duet, you work as a team to identify the agents. We love the game for its co-op mechanics and core Codenames gameplay, which is satisfying. When it gets down to the wire, the tension makes it really rewarding to win.
Looking for a fun new twist on the classic game of Connect 4? Connect 4 Shots introduces a new way to play your favorite game. Instead of tossing in pieces, you bounce balls in to win. Both players attempt to bounce their balls in simulataneously — leading to some exciting action. Just like in the original you have to get four in a row of the same color to win.
Love trivia games? Your Harry Potter fanatic will love this new Harry Potter-themed version of Trivial Pursuit. The game is packed with 1,800 questions based on all eight Harry Potter films. Who really knows the most about the Harry Potter films? There’s only one way to find out!
When In Rome is a board game for your Alexa smart home speaker. It’s a great trivia game where you can learn about different countries like Rome, play with the family, and have a blast as you’re learning and playing. Alexa teaches the rules, tracks progress, and helps out when needed.
Love escape room challenges? Then you’ll love Escape Room In A Box: The Werewolf Experiment. Players will be challenged to solve puzzles and find codes to escape the room. There’s an interesting backstory: Your party of players have to figure out a way to access the antidote within an hour or you’ll all turn into werewolves. What’s cool? It’s even compatible with your Alexa-enabled speaker. You can ask Alexa for hints and time updates as you try to escape the virtual room. Will you make it out alive?!
Start your engines, collect your coins, and prepare for fun! The game board looks like Monopoly but is inspired by worlds straight out of the Mario Kart videogames. Each character has its own strategic abilities. Just like in the game, you can lay a banana to stop rivals in their tracks. Everytime you pass go, you’ll have an opportunity to race in the Grand Prix. The game includes a game board, 4 character kart tokens, 32 cards, banana tokens, 90 coins and 2 dice. The game is designed for 2-4 players. It’s the perfect gift for any Nintendo or Mario Kart fan!
Harmonix, the creator of Rock Band and Guitar Hero, has a music game called DropMix. It’s a cool new mixing game played with NFC-enabled cards. You can create amazing mixes of your own and score points for doing so. Mix the latest hits from a variety of music genres. The game works with a free app you download to your smartphone. It’s a fantastic party game where fun is the name of the game.
What do you get when art collides with family game night? You get Scultapalooza, a game where players have to sculpt what’s on their card before time runs out. You scult your creations out of play foam that never dries out. The catch? You may be required to sculpt with your eyes closed or tag team with another member. Players must correctly guess what their team sculpted before time runs out to score a point. The first team to score 20 points wins.
This game will make you feel and look ridiculous. The idea is super simple. Players stick a mouthpiece in their mouth and try to say a phrase. The idea is to get people to guess what you are saying. It’s harder than you think with the mouthpiece on. It’s a silly game and some of the phrases may sound dirty.
Do you love horror movies? In this horror themed board game, you and your friends will explore a spooky house on the hill. Players explore the house by flipping cards, which leads to the discovery of omens and the eventual “haunt.” While everybody goes together, one of your friends will betray you during the haunt. That’s when everything goes to disarray and you have to try to escape from the house. It’s a unique twist on the classic cooperative game.
Similar to Pandemic, Forbidden Island is a cooperative game that uses a lot of the same mechanics. Because it is simpler and on a smaller scale, it is a good game to play before playing Pandemic. In Forbidden Island, players must work together to recover artifacts and escape on a helicopter before the island sinks. As the game reaches its conclusion, it gets more and more tense.
UNO is a classic card game that is addictive, fun, and easy to play. Players have to match colors or numbers. The best part? The Wild Cards allow you to create your own rules. Get rid of all your card to win. Don’t forget to call out UNO when you’re down to a single card. The first player or team to 500 points wins the game.
Monopoly Gamer introduces a fun new twist on the classic game of Monopoly. The game stars Super Mario characters like Mario, Peach, and Donkey Kong and there are special power ups, boss battles, and coins are used as money. This is a game 14 year old boys who love Mario will enjoy.
Pictionary gets a high-tech, 21st century makeover. The latest Pictionary — Pictionary Air — delivers innovation with a special light-up pen and companion app. Now you can play Pictionary on your phone, tablet, or TV. The gameplay stays true to the original, except the player drawing illustrates in the air with the included special pen instead of on paper. The guessing team aims the in-app camera at the drawer and their drawing is instantly streamed to the screen. Players have to guess the clue correctly to win. The game offers over 1,000 clues to solve and it’s super easy to use and setup. The best part? We love the record option for reliving those hilarious moments.
UNO is one of the top card games for families. In the latest installment, UNO Flip, players still have to race to get rid of all their cards as they match their cards by number or color with the top card on the discard pile. The fun twist? When a player plays the special ‘Flip Side’ card, all players must flip over their hands and play the opposite side of the card. This flip side offers steeper penalties and adds an interesting new twist to the classic game of UNO. It’s a fun new twist on the classic card game sure to spice up family game night.
Disney Villainous: Wicked To The Core, the first standalone expansion, is a family strategy game for 2-3 players. Play as a villain and carry out your devious schemes while dealing twists of fate to the opposition. As there’s quite a bit of strategy involved, this game is better suited to older kids 10 and older. This game features brand new villains — Hades, Dr. Facilier, and Evil Queen from Hercules, The Princess & The Frog, and Snow White, respectively. In addition to new villains there are new cards specific to these new villains that add interesting new plotlines, twists of fate, and mechanics. What’s cool? Play the game as a standalone with 2-3 players or combine with the original game for up to 6-player awesome fun. Fans of the original will love combining the games so everyone in the family can play together. The new artwork is gorgeous and the boards are really well-designed. Overall, the new characters are a welcome addition and the new elements bring great variety to the game. The game ends when a villain has completed their objective. Family game night will be a blast, as you’ll really feel like a villain when you play! If you own the original, this is a must-have for game night. Which villain will triumph in this contest of sinister power?
Your favorite L.O.L. Dolls are joining forces with the fast-dealing property card game — Monopoly — in Monopoly L.O.L. Surprise! Edition. Inspired by L.O.L. Dolls and accessories, Monopoly L.O.L. Surprise! puts a fun L.O.L. twist on the classic game. Instead of properties, players buy, trade, and swap dolls in this version of the game. Your objective is to collect the rarest L.O.L. Dolls. The game features blind reveals as well as 6 cute L.O.L. accessories as tokens that you unwrap, while stars replace houses, emojis replace hotels, and Surprise! cards replace Chance cards. Use the Surprise! cards to buy, trade, and swap dolls. Collectng more dolls means you collect more rent. Make the competition bankrupt to win the game. Will you find the rarest L.O.L. Dolls?!
Ready to shake up the fun of 5 Second Rule with Spintensity? 5 Second Rule Spintensity gives you more of what you loved in this fun party game! Now there’s more time, randomized times, and a spinner to mix things up. Designed for 3 or more players, the game gets a whole lot more intense. After providing 3 answers in 5 seconds, players spin the spinner. Then you have to perform one of three actions: Give 2 more answers to your drawn card, draw another card and give 3 answers, or pass to the next player. It’s a mad dash to win cards and beat the clock. When put under pressure, what crazy things will you spit out? Get ready for more hilarious party fun!
Part of the curriculum in over 48,000 schools, Speed Stacks Ultimate Stack Pack delivers the thrills of professional speed stacking. This set includes official stacking cups of the World Sport Stacking Association, pro stack mat and timer, and quick-release stem for easy travel. The timer is accurate down to a hundredth of a second. It’s a game of muscle memory and it takes real skill to stack fast. Practice makes perfect! Compete with your friends to see who can stack the fastest. Will you be crowned the undisputed Speed Stacking Champion?
AKA Also Known As is the latest great party game from Endless Games. The game replaces the names of popular titles with what they might also be known as. For instance, ‘Superhero also known as Arachnid Guy’ or ‘Will Ferrell movie also known as ancient group of fish’ or ‘Actor/Rapper also known as Half of an Arnold Palmer’. Can you correctly guess the answers? The player with the most correct answers wins. It’s a simple game delivering endless party fun.
Featuring all-new questions, the Logo Game by PlayMonster is a fun trivia game that challenges how well you can recognize popular logos, commercials, facts, and more. It’s the board game about the brands you love! New and nostalgic brands will be featured in this version. Designed for 2-6 players, this new version features 3D pawns of items and characters. Put your pop culture IQ to the ultimate test with The Logo Game! It’s a perfect game for family game night and worth adding to your collection. Who will come out on top?
Don’t have the space for a full-size table tennis experience? Now you can play table tennis in the palm of your hand with the Tiny Pong Solo Table Tennis Game from Hasbro. Just as in table tennis, the object is to keep the ball bouncing to win. The longer you keep it going, the higher your score! There are 2 levels of play — beginner and expert. In expert mode you have to get the ball over the net, alternating sides. What’s cool? The game keeps track of the score and lights and sounds add to the experience. Once you get the hang of it, challenge your friends to see who can score the most points. It’s a great game for developing hand-eye coordination. Do you have what it takes to be the Ultimate Solo Table Tennis Champion?!
In “Say Anything,” speaking your mind is encouraged to win. Every round someone plays the judge. By drawing from a deck, the judge asks a question like “What’s the funniest movie of all time?” All of the players write down an answer and the judge picks her favorite response. Then players try to guess which answer the judge chose. The player that guesses correctly wins the point.
Short on time? No problem! Now you can play Monopoly in under 10 minutes with Monopoly Speed! In this fast version, all players roll and buy at the same time so players don’t wait for their turn. Over 4 rounds, players race against the clock to buy, trade, and sell properties faster than ever. The timer counts down each buying and trading stage with no break between stages. There are 2 Go spaces and players get out of Jail free every time. It’s a great family game for game nights where you don’t have time for a full Monopoly game. Finally, there’s a Monopoly game you can actually finish!
Bicycle Playing Cards have entertained families for generations. They’re a trusted brand with a reputation for delivering consistent quality playing cards. Made in the USA, these playing cards are perfect for playing all your favorite games from Solitaire to Seven Hands and more. Available with either a red or blue backing, these standard cards feature an air-cushion finish so they don’t stick together. Additionally, they are also very easy to shuffle. Let the fun and games begin!
Don’t have the time or patience to play a full game of Monopoly? Then consider Monopoly Deal. It’s a simpler card game version that you can play in about 15 minutes. You can collect, swap, and even steal properties in this version of the classic game and you can even charge rent like in the original. Wheel and deal and build up your fortune and properties. Be the first player to collect 3 full property sets of various colors and win the game.
Battleship is the classic naval combat game! It’s a game where you have to hunt down your opponent’s ships. The first player to destroy all of their opponent’s naval fleet is the winner. It’s a game of strategy and tactics with a ton of replay value. Who will win? It’s an intensely fun, must-play game that everyone should have in their collection!
From the makers of Exploding Kittens, Throw Throw Burritos is a party card game unlike any other out there. It’s a dodgeball card game where you’ll literally throw burritos at each other. Start by placing the soft foam burritos on a table and deal out the cards. Collect 3 of a kind to earn points. Play Burrito cards to force your friends to battle. But get hit by a burrito and you lose points. Then duel to determine a winner. During a Burrito Duel, players stand back-to-back, walk 3 paces, and fire away. You’ll be ducking and dodging to avoid the burrito, while laughing and having a ball of a time. It’s over-the-top, hilarious fun and perfect for mixing up things on family game night. Clear out some space and let the burrito wars begin!
Kids Against Maturity is essentially Cards Against Humanity lite. With layered sexual innuendos, this is not exactly a kid-friendly game. It plays a lot like Apples to Apples but with more potty jokes and sexual innuendos. Some of it might go over the heads of kids but it’s hard to keep a straight face. If your child is asking for Cards Against Humanity, this is might be a more suitable alternative. Still, it’s not a game that is recommended for every family.
Got a teen or tween who’s addicted to their phone? Then you may want to consider Endless Games’ new Camera Roll game. It combines tech with the VSCO Girl trend. Her cell phone will be central to the gameplay. It’s all about your pictures and your life. Designed for 3 or more players, Camera Roll has players participate in quirky category chalenges to quickly match a photo from their phone to a specified title. Every player defends and persuades other players that their photo best suits the title.
Twister is a fun, classic game that has you all tied up in knots. It’s the same game you know and love. A spinner and vinyl Twister mat are included. After spinning the wheel you have to place your hand or foot on the corresponding color on the mat. Games last about 10-15 minutes and can be played by 2-4 players. It’s the ultimate test of balance and flexibility. This is a fun party game and fun for the entire family.
Every time you play Carcassonne, the game is different. Players pick up tiles and connect them to the existing tiles by matching various elements. The object of the Carcassonne is to score the most points by placing knights, farmers and thieves on the tiles. The player who scores the most points wins.
Bicycle Playing Cards have entertained families for generations. They’re a trusted brand with a reputation for delivering consistent quality playing cards. Made in the USA, these playing cards are perfect for playing all your favorite games from Solitaire to Seven Hands and more. Available with either a red or blue backing, these standard cards feature an air-cushion finish so they don’t stick together. Additionally, they are also very easy to shuffle. Perfect for family game night, let the fun and games begin!
Spendor is a game about collecting gems and jewels. It’s a resource collection and card buying game for 2-4 players with game times of 30 minutes. Splendor is great because it hits that sweet spot of being a simple game with a lot of fun, great components plus it’s easy to teach and learn. It’s a simple game – people looking for a deeper experience may be disappointed. We love the cool discount feature. We can’t recommend this one enough!
Similar to Pandemic, Forbidden Island is a cooperative game that uses a lot of the same mechanics. Because it is simpler and on a smaller scale, it is a good game to play before playing Pandemic. In Forbidden Island, players must work together to recover artifacts and escape on a helicopter before the island sinks. As the game reaches its conclusion, it gets more and more tense.
A Walmart-exclusive, Bop It! The Child Edition is sort of a Simon Says game where you put your reflexes to the ultimate test. With a cute Baby Yoda-inspired design, it tells you 3 different commands like bop it, twist it, or pull it — in random order, and you have to quickly react before times runs out. The commands start out slow but when they speed up, you need to have lightning-quick reflexes like a superhero. Complete the actions to continue, otherwise it’s game over. It’s fast-paced and fun and features the actual sounds and voices of The Child and The Mandalorian. You can play solo or with friends. Do you have what it takes to be the Bop It! The Child champ?
Move over coffee table! Available in 24- or 32-inch HD models, the Infinity Game Table is a touchscreen smart table that lets families play a variety of board games, card games, and more. Play classics like Monopoly, Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, Chutes and Ladders, Candy Land, Yahtzee, and more. You can even enjoy card games, puzzles, comic books, mini games, coloring books, and other digital entertainment. The HD screen may be personalized and it offers tactile feedback. The best part? Since it’s Wi-Fi-enabled, you can even play online and download additional games. Game night will never be the same with Arcade1Up’s Infinity Game Table. Gather your friends and family around for some good times.