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.
It’s rare to find a superhero/villain game that makes you feel like you’re living out a comic book without seeing a Marvel or DC logo on the box. Flavor Faction Studios has done just that with their new game Originz which is now being funded through Kickstarter. The game has great artwork and has some […]
We’ve all been there before: it’s about an hour into a game, you’ve got your strategy ready to go, but you’re waiting. Waiting for that one person to finish their turn. They’ve been staring at the board for the past 5 minutes, yet they haven’t moved.
Flip City is a small deck building game from Tasty Minstrel Games, and was a source of contention between my husband and myself throughout the Spring. You see, all I wanted to do was beat him at it, and it never happened! Game after game, I would get so close, only to see Ryan whoop […]
I’m a sucker for party games. When you can get 8 to 10 people around a table and have a good time, that’s a beautiful thing. Early this Summer I heard about a game called Flick ‘Em Up that sounded like a game I had to buy. At around $60, there was no way this […]
My army of sheepie are hungry and they need delicious cake to fill their belly! Cake Duel is the first game from Sizigi Studios and has been a lot of fun for our family. The 2-player game is a fast-paced bluffing game that plays in about 10 to 15 minutes. Players earn victory points by […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.