board games Hàng đầu, đầu Trang 5 Games?

harold posted on Sep 07, 2006 at 03:36PM
So, what are your top 5 board games? I realize that it's a tough question...for me, it's hard to narrow it down that far. But give it a try: if you had to choose only five games to have, which would they be?

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hơn một năm qua greedo said…
Wow. Given that I don't play games that much more these days this is really tough.

My favorite board game from my younger days was Talisman (from Games Workshop).

These days I'm more inclined to play "Sorry!" with the little ones. Though I have played some "Aquire" recently. But really not a lot of board gaming :-(

But as far as a list of classic games for a "guy" these are mine:
1. Risk - simple but so fun
2. Stratego - 4-person stratego is really fun too
3. Axis and Allies - another classic - but not too complex war game
4. Chinese Checkers - I love this game. Much better than draughts/regular checkers
5. Diplomacy - Cool game that requires a lot of talking and dealing. I love those kinds of games.

hơn một năm qua harold said…
Needless to say, Talisman is also one of my favorites, though I never think it's going to take as long as it does. Have you seen the new version?

Acquire is a great game (I'm adding links to each of these). I imagine that Michael would be happy to see Diplomacy on your list.
hơn một năm qua flutterly said…
I'd say...
1. Risk
2. Settlers of Catan
3. Scrabble
4. Boggle
I can't really think of a 5th one right now...
hơn một năm qua ahastie7 said…
Some friends and I get together to play games at least once a week. Some regulars are (in no particular order): Nameburst, Password, Pyramid, Parcheesi, and Backgammon. Fun times.
hơn một năm qua Temptasia said…
1. Settlers of Catan
2. Risk
3. Crainium
4. Whonew (spelling?)
5. Scattergories
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hơn một năm qua DrDevience said…
1. Triopoly
2. Scrabble
3. Monopoly
4. Yahtzee
5. Bondspelen (A Swedish board game)
hơn một năm qua maybeastarbucks said…
Gonna have to go like this:
5. Clue (only the Simpsons version of the game)
4. Razzle
3. Boggle (basically the same as Razzle)
2. Scrabble
1. Monopoly
hơn một năm qua growaPEAR said…
1. IMAGINE IFF... (I really recomend this game)
2. Caranium
3. Candy Land
4. Scene It (TV edition)
5. Stratego

My friend's dad also owns this game called Ticket to Ride. Also a lot of fun. Feelings to get hurt though, or atleast they do when we play.
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hơn một năm qua harold said…
How do feelings get hurt playing Ticket To Ride? By blocking off cities? Can you do that in Ticket to Ride? I only have Ticket to Ride: Europe, which has a mechanic where you can use other players' rails, and I don't remember whether that was new to that game or existed in the original, too.

I've never heard of Razzle. Is there a link in this spot?
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hơn một năm qua papa said…
Lately my wife and I have been playing a lot of Blokus (abstract strategery game from them Europeans)


It's surprisingly fun and easy to learn (though we're still uncovering new strategies and tactics as we go along).
hơn một năm qua daitheflu4u said…
1. Scene it (Movie Edition)
2. Apples to Apples
3. Scrabble
4. Candy Land
5. Mancala
hơn một năm qua iar said…
1. Settlers Of Catan
2. T.E.G
3. Scrabble
4. Pictonary
5. Clue
hơn một năm qua dazl said…
1. Antics-great for younger kids, it keeps my babysittees amused for ages.
2. Pictionary- I cannot draw, and yet, people can still get my drift.
3. Boggle- I can finally find big words!
4. Clue- Who doesn't love it?
5. The Game Of Life- I'm addicted to this, I always end up with about six kids though!
hơn một năm qua Anusha said…
1. Monoply
2. Clue
3. Life
4. Pictionary
5. Sorry
hơn một năm qua gamequeenlee said…
1. Scrabble
2. Monopoly
3. Chinese Checkers
4. Pictionary
5. Clue

It's easy to think until you get to the 5th one and you start of the great number of boardgames that are going to be left behind!
hơn một năm qua House34 said…
1. Settlers Of Catan
2. Monopoly
3. Chess
4. Clue
5. Scrabble