Board Game List

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Listing board games by owner and number of players

  • Brendon
    • Codenames (4+ players) Team guess-the-answer
    • Pandemic (2-4 players) Stratigic Cooperative survival,
    • Roborally (2-8 players) Racing, programming
    • Formula D (2-8 players) Racing, Formula 1
    • Frag (2-6 players) Deathmatch shooter: the boardgame.
    • Leaving Earth: Stations (1-5 players +joint ventures) Kerbal the Board game
    • Smallworld (2-5 players)
    • Red Dragon Inn (2-6 players, more with expansions) Adventuring group parties away the gold from the adventure. Last one standing with money in their pocket wins.
    • Dreamkeepers: Skirmish (2-8 players)
    • Race for the Galaxy (2-4 players)
    • Ascension (2-4 players)
  • Benjamin
    • Betrayal at House on the Hill (3-6 Players) Emphasizes exploration followed by classical horror scenarios.
    • Catan Dice Game (1-4 players) dice game, simplified version of Catan.
    • Diplomacy (2-7 players) Ancient game that tests friendships and help to build life long hatreds
    • A Distant Plain (1-4 players, 4 ideal) A wargame that is a part of GMT's COIN (Counter Insurgency) series, this time in modern Afghanistan.
    • Galaxy Trucker (2-4 players) First build your star ship from a scrapyard, then try to survive and make money traveling the space-lanes.
    • Guillotine (2-5 players) "The revolutionary card game where you win by getting a head" (game's actual tag line)
    • The Resistance (5-10 Players) A secret roles game where loyal members of the resistance try to complete missions, and government spies try to stop them.
    • 7 Wonders (2-7 players) A card development game with three rounds of drafting followed each immediately followed by the playing of cards.
    • The Settlers of Catan (3-4 players) Classic resource management game famous for appealing to both boardgamers and laypeople alike
      • The Seafarers of Catan (3-4 players) An expansion to Settlers that adds ships and sea travel to the game.
    • Space Alert (2-5 players 4-5 ideal) A timed game focusing on preprogamming moves and close cooperation to keep a sitting duck class exploration ship alive
    • Twilight Struggle (2 players) Uses card driven wargame mechanics to explore the intrigue of the cold war