Adult Games

We have more than kids games here on One Board Family. Here you’ll find reviews for games that are great for your next game night or just a quick game at a local coffee shop with other adults.

Review: Lost Cities

There’s not all that many games built specifically for two players. As a result, couples often find themselves trying to change the rules of some of their favorite games so that they can play a round. Lost Cities is a card game that has been built from the ground up specifically for two players. Check […]

Review: Munchkin Marvel

When you see Munchkin Marvel on the store shelf, it’s hard not to say “I need you in my life”. The Munchkin games have been released in tons of different ways since it’s first iteration in the early 2000’s. The game is fun and competitive, and a game that families can enjoy. Since our son […]

Review: Onitama

I remember learning how to play chess before hitting middle school. It wasn’t hard to learn but it’s definitely a beast to master. The game Onitama brings that feel of a chess board and makes it far more accessible and in my opinion, more fun.

Review: Harbour

The life of a humble harbour worker can be rough. One minute you think you’re wealthy, the next minute the market for your fish supply hits rock bottom. When playing Harbour from Tasty Minstrel Games, this is sure to happen frequently.

Review: Raptor

We originally found Raptor through the OneBoardFamily Instagram account when we found┬ápeople talking about how fun this game was. This two player game pits a team of scientists against a Velociraptor and her young. As crazy as this concept sounds, Raptor is a great choice if you’re looking for a two player strategy game to […]

Review: Sheriff of Nottingham

It’s easy to see why Sheriff of Nottingham won the Origins Award in 2015. Players take on the role of merchants that are transporting goods through the city gates that are controlled by the shrewd or gullible sheriff. Will you take the role of an honest merchant, or will you try to smuggle costly contraband […]

Review: Sushi Go Party!

Around our house, when someone mentions Sushi Go!, people are gathering around the table to play in minutes. After finding a copy of Sushi Go Party! at our local game shop, we knew that we had to pick it up. Sushi Go Party! is a follow up to Game Wright Games fast paced sushi themed […]