Party games like Cards Against Humanity and Apples to Apples definitely count. It's fun to bust out those sorts of light hearted games where everyone can just sort of goof around and have a good time.I don’t know if you’d consider it a board game per se, but Cards Against Humanity and all the similar knockoff sorta decks.
I've never been a huge fan of Clue, but I love a lot of games with a similar sort of mystery element to them. Deception: Murder in Hong Kong is really fun if you want a game that's similar to Clue in that you're all investigators trying to figure out who the murderer is among you, what weapon they used, and a third additional detail but it involves more actual reasoning from getting ambiguous clues instead of most of the gameplay being moving around a board with dice. Mysterium is also pretty fun, but involves figuring out the murderer, location, and murder weapon as a team in a pretty interesting way using cards with pictures as hints. Both are a ton of fun.Hmm, I'm not sure if I have a favorite. Clue is a classic since it has that mystery element.
Settlers of Catan and Ticket to Ride are both pretty fun as well.
There's also this one, probably lesser known board game, called Dwarven Miner that is a lot of fun.
My friends and I played so many games of Catan. It was probably the game that really got me into the hobby.Settlers of Catan! I love a good long game of Catan.
Chess is a great game, but I don't like to play it too often because 1v1 games kind of stress me out.I enjoy Chess when I get chances to play. I like Clue as well.
I've never been huge on the old fashioned "roll a dice and move that many spaces" board games, but there's a certain nostalgia to them. Lots of really fun board games they've made in the past couple decades, I really suggest checking some of them out.Parcheesi is so meme I can play it by myself
Man I had some pretty interesting games of Axis and Allies back in the day. Always lasted an absurd amount of time. Me, my brother, my dad, and my cousin had a giant game we played on a trip that we played periodically throughout the trip, it was pretty neat.Axis and Allies. When I was a kid me and my father played it all the time. I only beat him once and it’s probably one of my favorite memories with him.
Monopoly gets a lot of flask from some people for taking a while, but that's partially because most people use house rules that prolong the game a lot. Between auctions, no free parking, and the fact there's a limited supply of houses and if you use them up you can prevent others from upgrading it makes the game decently fast and brutal from what I've heard.lol! i still love to play board games especially buisness games like monopoly.
As far as "roll dice to move around the board" games go, Talisman is a pretty good because the flavor is really really fun. Each different character plays pretty differently and you can tell some pretty fun stories about what happens in the game. My biggest qualms are that the game is maybe a bit too long if you don't use some of the house rules they suggest and that it's not mechanically super balanced, but the flavor of the game is strong enough that you can still have a lot of fun playing it.I like to play board games sometimes, it mainly depends on who I'm playing with. Amongst my favorites are Talisman (although it can take MANY hours to finish) and Secret Hitler (when you've got enough people to play it).
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D&D is a tabletop game, but not a board game. Board games are a subset of tabletop games (tabletop games include board games, card games, and tabletop roleplaying games, among other things).Does Dungeons & Dragons count? Probably that.