Archive for category Board Games
If you still have fond memories of the classic games such as Risk or Monopoly but want to try a new game, this is the article for you. Here, we list a variety of classic board games and newer board games that have many of the same aspects that made you love the classics in the first place.
Real estate development to make your fortune is the hallmark of Monopoly. Add in a dash (or a ton) of luck, and this venerable board game is probably the game that introduced the world of board gaming to the majority of players. So if you enjoyed Monopoly, try:
- Basari – In Basari, players are now merchants competing to purchase the most precious gems to make their fortunes in this 3 round game. With a specific number of rounds, this game has the advantage over Monopoly in that it is unlikely to last for hours on end.
- Bohnanza – in Bohnanza, players balance the growing of their beans with its sale. Trading is a huge a part of this game, which is a great for those who would prefer a higher level of interaction than the traditional Monopoly game would like. Read the rest of this entry »
With Christian board games, people will have lots of fun while learning more of God’s Word. It’s a great way to spend family night. Through games like these, teaching could be interesting and entertaining. Playing Christian board games with your children is a great time for bonding and spending quality time with them.
Parents say that family entertainment encourages togetherness and they welcome an educational alternative to television and movies. Moms and dads could share some Bible insights while playing the game, especially if your children have questions about Biblical matters. You could also make this time as a teaching moment with them about the importance of learning spiritual things.
There are a lot of moral lessons that you and your children could learn while playing Christian board games. Many children find reading to be boring. They want to see pictures so they can use their imagination and visualization to bring the stories of the Bible to life. Read the rest of this entry »