Board games aren’t just for the elderly, they bring friends and families together to connect over friendly competition. They also provide a way to learn and grow as a person, whether you’re a chess master or a rookie in Monopoly. In fact, board games are among the best selling gaming products.
There are a ton of great board games on xbox, from the classics like chess and checkers to more modern titles such as Pandemic and Descent. Some of the hottest board games use themes to create a more immersive experience, such as being an accomplice to Sherlock Holmes or fighting disease in Pandemic. Others are pure strategy, such as the award-winning Wingspan.
Other board games focus on dexterity and a bit of chaos. Team3’s See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil game puts players through a wacky scenario that is bound to make one or more people break down – but it’s all part of the fun.
If you love a little luck with your strategy, spin the wheel in The Game of Life or take a chance on the latest edition of Betrayal at House on the Hill. Or, try a psychological thriller in which you and your friends explore a stereotypical haunted house and fight paranormal forces to survive.