The Best Board Games of All Time

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The Best Board Games of All Time : Here is a ranking of the best board games. What do you think is the best board game?

Settlers of Catan

  • 3 to 4 players (classic version)
  • 60 minutes
  • ages over 10

The goal of the game is to build cities, roads using the resources of each territory. It is possible to trade with other players to exchange resources to develop your cities. The rules are quite simple and strategic at the same time. The time of a game is convenient.

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Ticket to Ride

  • 2 to 5 players
  • 60 minutes
  • ages over 8

Take control of the American rail network by connecting as many cities as possible. Discover Les Aventuriers du Rail, a board game must-see!

Pandemic

  • 2 – 4 players
  • 45 mins
  • ages over 13

In Pandemic, several virulent diseases arose simultaneously all over the world! Players are disease control specialists whose mission is to deal with the hot spots of disease spread while searching for cures for each of the four plagues before they get out of hand.

Chess

  • 2 players
  • Depends on the rule used
  • ages over 14

I’ve written a complete article on the rules and history of the game, check it out!

Dominion

  • 2-4 players
  • 30min-1h
  • ages over 8

Expand your domain! You are the ruler of a peaceful green kingdom. You dream of expanding that kingdom and making it bigger and richer. You need a true Dominion! By uniting the many fiefdoms on the edge of anarchy around you under your banner, you will bring them peace and civilization. But there are other monarchs who share your ambitions. You will need to act swiftly to acquire as much land as possible!
To achieve your goals, you’ll recruit lackeys, build buildings and maintain the comfort of your castle, not to mention filling your treasury.

Carcassonne

  • 2-5 players
  • 30min-1h
  • ages over 8

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages in the South of France as you set out to conquer its lands, roads and towns. Develop the best strategy to assert your power. Thwart your opponents’ plans and triumph by controlling as many territories as possible.

Lasting between 30 minutes and 1 hour, Carcassonne is based on the mechanics of dominoes. A game takes place around a board on which each player places tiles representing, for example, villages, churches, roads or fields. Build a landscape and place your counters according to your strategy. You will get points according to the length of the roads, the size of the villages or the fields you control.

Ticket to Ride: Europe

  • 2-5 players
  • 1h-2h
  • ages over 8

In Ticket to Ride: Europe, take on the European rail network. From the ramparts of Edinburgh to the docks of Constantinople, from the dusty alleys of Pamplona to the frozen platforms of St Petersburg’s main railway station, this 2nd volume takes you on a journey of discovery through the Europe of the 1900s.

Risk

  • 2-6 players
  • 1h-2h
  • ages over 10

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Risk_(game)

Small World

  • 2-5 players
  • 1h-2h
  • ages over 8

Small World will immerse players in a world inhabited by dwarves, mages, amazons, giants, orcs and even humans. These peoples fight mercilessly by sending their troops to conquer new regions: the weakest civilizations will be mercilessly driven out of the world of Small World!

Axis and Allies

  • 2-3 players
  • 60min-90min
  • ages over 12

Axis and Allies is the most successful of Milton Bradley’s Gamemaster series.

Stratego

  • 2 players
  • 30min-60min
  • ages over 10

Puerto Rico

  • 2-5 players
  • 60min-120min
  • ages over 12

In 1493, Christopher Columbus saw a land in the Greater Antilles and landed in the east, in Puerto Rico. 50 years later, an island colony prospered there. What roles will you play in this new world? Peasant or mayor? Producer or Merchant? Who will own the most fertile plantations? Who will build the most profitable buildings? Who will have the warehouses most full of precious goods? Many possibilities are open to you. Thwart the tactics of your opponents and become the most prosperous governor to win!

King of Tokyo

  • 2-6 players
  • 30min-60min
  • ages over 8

With King of Tokyo, Richard Garfield offers us a crazy game for 2 to 6 players in which you will embody mutant monsters, gigantic robots and other monstrous creatures that will fight in a joyful atmosphere with the sole aim of becoming the one and only King of Tokyo.

Agricola

  • 1-4 players
  • 2h-3h
  • ages over 12

Agricola offers you to manage a farm. You start in your wooden cottage, with your spouse. According to the seasons, and with the only weapon being the toil of your two characters, you will first try to survive, then to expand your plot, build buildings and undertake various actions. This board game is based on the multiplicity of strategies. Indeed, the impressive number of cards allows you to try different approaches, and thus to discover new facets in each game. Little by little, your property will grow and beautify. Playable as a single player and up to five players, Agricola achieves the rare bet of fun interaction and real individual management.

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