There is a wealth of board games that both parents and their children play with great interest and joy. While making this list we asked our visitors what games they remember enjoying the most when they were kids, and have the fondest memories of.
Barely it’s possible to find someone who hasn’t heard of the scrabble game. The rules are simple: two to four players score points by placing tiles, each having a single letter, onto a game board divided into a 15×15 grid of squares. These tiles must form words, read left to right.
What if we told you that board games could teach you to be a successful manager and logical negotiator? Games are designed to not only entertain but also to teach us something useful. Problem-solving skills get highly trained while making decisions even if it’s just a simulation of probable real situations.
In a HedBanzrestyled version, you get 72 colorful cards, 24 chips, 8 headbands, a timer, and a rulebook. A player takes a headband and adjusts it around the head without looking at the picture side of the card. The goal is to be the first player to get rid of all your chips.