Best Travel Board Games for Adults


Even though some claim that life is supposed to be about the journey and not the destination, the journey can be quite boring. So to help prepare you for any trip we have collected the best travel board games for adults. These board games will be compact for travel and easy to play on any flat surface. Some will even do fine without one if you get creative enough.

Most of the games will be fairly easy to explain to even the strangest stranger and will all be a hit that makes the trip fly by. Furthermore, these games are also often played when one has made it to their destination. So do not let yourself limit the possibilities and remember that a board game is also a great ice breaker.

Best Travel Board Games for Adults

Travel Board Games for Adults

1. The Settles of Catan

2. Bananagrams

3. Scrabble Travel Edition

4. Thirty Seconds

5. Guesstures

6. Hive

7. Summoner Wars

8. Plateau

9. Carcassone: Hunters and Gatherers

10. Mr. Jack Pocket

11. Blokus Duo

12. Checkers

13. Chess

14. Oceania

15. Tantrix

Travel Card Games for Adults

16. Monopoly Deal

17. Cards Against Humanity

18. Uno

19. Dixit

20. Love Letter

21. Coup

22. Fluxx

23. Skip Bo

24. Pictionary Card Game

25. Travel Sequence

26. Awkward Turtle

27. Disturbed Friends

28. For Sale Travel Editon

29. Ticket to Ride: The Card Game

30. Bohnanza

31. Hanabi Travel Tin

32. Sushi Go!

33. Star Realms

34. Koehandle

35. Tichu

36. San Juan

37. No Thanks!

38. Exploding Kittens

39. Mueterer

40. Drunk, Stoned or Stupid

41. Joking Hazard

Travel Dice Games for Adults

42. Yahtzee to Go

43. Catan Dice Game

44. Monopoly Express

45. Farkle

46. Martian Dice

47. Dungeon Roll

48.Zombie Dice

Travel Board Games for Adults

1.) The Settlers of Catan

The Settlers of Catan is a great gateway game that anyone regardless of their experience playing board games will love. This key aspect makes it a great travel game as you can easily teach people the game in a matter of minutes. Furthermore, the game can be played in some tighter places but does require a solid flat surface. Making

Furthermore, the game can be played in some tighter places but does require a solid flat surface. Making this game better suited for playing at your destination.

Also, one of the best parts about this game is its replayability as the tiles that make up the game board are randomly placed each time. Thus, changing the way you must play each time.

Although, The Settlers of Catan can not be played in tight spaces it is still a great travel board game for adults and one of my favorites on the list.

2.) Bananagrams

Bananagrams is an extremely sped up version of Scrabble where players compete to empty their hand of tile letters first. Once that is done each player then calculates their score and argues over which words are real and which are not.

This game is great for traveling as it fits into a banana bag that can easily be tossed into any type of backpack/carry on. It also requires very minimal space to play and as long as the ride isn’t too bumpy the game can be quite fun. Furthermore, the game can be taught very fast and it can also be easily understood.

3.) Scrabble Travel Edition

Scrabble is a word game that has been around for a long time. Many people enjoy playing it and it is simple to learn for those who have not played it.

The travel edition makes it very easy to take and play anywhere as the tiles are magnetic and will stick to the board.

4.) Thirty Seconds

Thirty Seconds is a team based game where players must try to guess the right answer based off of another players explanation of the word/words.

You do not necessarily need to buy this game to be able to play it. For example, you can make up your own simplified version of this game by writing 10 words of 10 different pieces of paper and then putting them into some sort of container. From there you get each player to take turns drawing and explaining the word while their teammates try to guess it. Once the papers are gone you see which team has the most and they are deemed the winners.

5.) Guesstures

Guesstures is a silly yet fun game where players must act out words via actions.

This one made the list because of its simplicity and plain fun. However, it typically won’t do well during the trip and is better suited once you arrive at your destination and need something fun to do.

6.) Hive

Hive is the ultimate travel board game as it is super compact and can be played on some unstable surfaces, although a flat surface is always preferred.

The game is pretty simple to teach but does take some practice to master.

By far one of the best travel strategy games.

7.) Summoner Wars

Had a hard time trying to decide whether to put this as a card game or a board game as it is a card game that is played on a tactical board. Making it feel almost as if it is a board game. Seeing as we have plenty of card games on the list I decided to put it with the board games.

Either way, this game is relatively compact and makes for a great game to toss in a bag and take on your travels. The downside is of course that it takes a decent amount of room to play. So I wouldn’t suggest this for something like a plane ride.

8.) Plateau

Plateau is a perfect sized travel game as it all fits into a VCR shaped box and can be played in roughly that same amount of space.

The game has the same strategy aspects of Chess with the addition of a bluffing part to the game that can make it very fun for strategy lovers.

The one major downside, however, is that the rules take a little more time to learn than many modern day abstracts, but still is less complex than most medium weight euro games.

9.) Carcassone: Hunters and Gatherers

Carcassone is a favorite game for many and with this version, it becomes a bit more reasonable to travel with it. The way to win is by accumulating the most points just like in Carcassonne.

10.) Blokus Duo

Blokus Duo also known as Blokus to Go is a two player abstract strategy game. This game is somewhat like Tetris as players place down different styles of Tetris-like blocks onto a grid. Once neither player can play any more of their tiles/blocks the game is over and the player with the fewest pieces left wins.

The nice part about this edition of Blokus is that the pieces snap into place on the board and the game itself comes with travel sections that hold the pieces for you. Making it a great game to play anywhere without need much space or even a flat surface.

11.) Checkers

Checkers is a simple abstract strategy game that is great for almost any type of person or situation to play.

The game may not be the most exciting to everyone but it provides some basic entertainment that is not overly repetitive. Not to mention the travel editions of checkers are great for any trip.

12.) Chess

Chess is another abstract strategy game that is a based off of medieval warfare.

Furthermore, it provides more entertainment than checkers will as it possesses more depth. However, some people may not like all the strategies and rules involved with Chess. Whereas in checkers the rules are relatively simple (depending on which version you play).

The travel edition of Chess is also suggested if you are going on a trip.

13.) Oceania

Oceania is a tile laying/exploration game that can be played with two people or played alone.

The game is super compact and can be played on a plane. Brings a bit more complexity and entertainment than most games that you will be able to play in similar conditions. Great for fans of its brother game Entdecker and lovers of Carcassonne.

14.) Tantrix

Tantrix is an abstract strategy game that involves trying to build the longest line or loop through puzzle pieces.

The game is relatively simple and easy for anyone to play. It is also very compact and can be played in some tighter spaces.

All in all, makes for a great portable diversion.


Travel Card Games for Adults

15.) Monopoly Deal

Monopoly Deal is compact/card game version of Monopoly. The goal of the game is to get three sets of cards and you win.

The game manages to bring many of the aspects of Monopoly into a fifteen-minute game that is extremely fun. Many of the added actions involve “attacking” other players which can be entertaining. Furthermore, the game is not very repetitive at all so it can be played over and over again on a trip. It will also be manageable in most environments even car rides.

The game can typically be found for under $10 dollars making it a great travel card game that is also affordable.

16.) Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity is an extremely inappropriate version of Apples to Apples where the goal is to collect the most black cards.

The game can be played with a multitude of people and has some really disturbing humor to it. So do be careful with who you choose to play the game with as not everyone will enjoy this type of dark humor. Unless they are drunk which is when this game is most often played.

The best aspects about it are its compactness as it is in a small rectangular box making it extremely easy for carrying around on trips. Additionally, the game itself can be easily played in almost any environment.

17.) Uno

Uno is a super simple card game that is compact and great for travel play.

The basis of the game is similar to crazy eights where players try to discard their hand until they run out of cards. The main difference in the games is with the addition of few power cards such as change color or draw two. Which allows players to strategically attack their opponents.

18.) Dixit

Dixit is a party game where one player is the storyteller and must describe the image on his card. Once this is done he puts his card face down and the other players try to play similar ones too. Then everyone takes a guess on the right answer and players receive points based on right and wrong guesses.

The game box itself is not very compact, but the game can be played in tight environments it just requires a few people. Overall the game is better suited to play at your destination as a past time with a group of people.

19.) Mr. Jack Pocket

Mr. Jack Pocket is a great travel card game for two players. The game involves one player taking on the role of the investigator who must figure out who the guilty person is. While the other player tries to keep this from happening.

This game box is very small and the amount of room to play the game is minimal. Making it another great travel card game.

20.) Love Letter

Love Letter is an exciting card game where players compete to get their love letters to the princess first. While also doing anything in their power to stop their opponents from beating them.

Love Letter is one of the best travel cards games on the list as it can practically be packed into your pocket and played just about anywhere. Not to mention Love Letter is extremely fun and the game provides many fun elements that you will enjoy.

21.) Coup

Coup is a bluffing/deduction party game where players must take out other players influence while preserving their own. To win they must be the last player with influence. This influence is represented by different character cards that players will receive.

There are many features that make this game great for travel:

  • Very small game box
  • Easy to learn game
  • Quick gameplay
  • Minimal space required

The box is roughly 3 inches wide and 6 inches or so long which makes it super compact easy to through in a carry-on or backpack. Furthermore, the rules are simple to explain and each player receives a player card telling them the abilities of each influence. As for game time, fifteen minutes is extremely fast and allows for inexperienced players to become experienced quickly and enjoy the game. Finally, the space required is very minimal especially if you remove the currency and just keep track of it on a piece of paper.

The one downside to this game is that even though it is two to six players the two player game is not very entertaining and you may need to adjust the rules to compensate.

22.) Fluxx

Fluxx is an interesting card game as its rules are not constant. The game and rules change with every card played making it quite a chaotic and fun game.

The game has some great travel features:

  • Compact game box
  • Easy to learn
  • Small amount of space required
  • Very high replayability

The size of the game box is small enough to toss into a carry-on, backpack, or purse. Since the rules are always changing there are only a few solid rules to learn before playing. The amount of space required is a bit more than games like Coup but still not a lot. Finally, its replayability is extremely high since each game will have different objectives and ever changing rules.

One of the downsides to this game is that the chaotic nature and lack of long term strategy can be annoying to some. However, since we are looking at this game in the confines of a travel card game there shouldn’t be much concern about that as it is still a great time killer.

23.) Skip Bo

Skip Bo is a  hand management game where players must empty their stockpile of 30 cards first to win.

This game’s travel features are as follows:

  • Compact game box
  • Small amount of space required
  • Easy to learn

The game’s box is about the same size as Fluxx’s as they both contain two small decks of cards. The amount of space required is about the same as Fluxx’s which could still be manageable on an airplane tray or two. Finally, the game is easy to learn but building up strategies can be a bit more complicated.

24.) Pictionary Card Game

Pictionary the card game is an altered version of the game Pictionary where players typically had to draw stuff. However, in this version, there is no drawing which saves plenty of embarrassing moments for people like me who lack the ability to draw. While at the same time decreases the size and space needed to play the game.

The game comes in a compact game box similar to the size of Skip-Bo making it another great card game to through into any sort of carry-on. Furthermore, the game is super easy to teach as all you need to really explain is how many points to win and to act out whatever word or phrase you receive. This game does require a little bit of space so it may be challenging to play while traveling but makes for a  great game to play when there is nothing to do in your hotel.

Another great feature about this game is that it can be played with a good amount of people. And if you really need to you can technically play with more than suggested.

25.) Travel Sequence

Travel Sequence is a two-player version of the game Sequence. The changes made to make it a two player game is a decreased board size and fewer rows. Instead of 10×10 rows you now play with 6×8 card rows. On top of that, they have made the game with one deck of cards instead of using two. Making the game compact and ready for travel.

Along with these changes, a few other features should be noted about the game. The board has holes in it which pegs are used to keep track of which players have claimed which spots on it. Furthermore, the board itself is built into the bottom of the box making it small enough to be played on an airplane tray with the use of the cards and all. Finally, the game is easy to teach and can be a great way to kill time on a flight, train ride, or even car ride.

Features I like:

  • Compact box and board
  • Two player game
  • Easy to learn
  • Specialized board for travel

26.) Awkward Turtle

Awkward Turtle is an adult version of the game Taboo. For those of you that do not know what Taboo is, it is a party word game where players must describe a word on their card to their partner. The partner must then guess what the word is until they get it right. However, certain words are not allowed to be used for describing the word and will be listed on the card with it.

This game like many of the previous games has a small box which makes it easy to toss in any type of bag. This game is easy to teach to new players so very little time will be spent on explaining the rules. Furthermore, this game can be played with more than the suggest four players which make it a great group game. The game also can be played in the car or any other tight space. However, this game is not suggested to be played in a public area like a plane flight or train ride due to the inappropriate language involved. Finally, this game can bring some great entertainment as you watch your friends try to describe awkward words such a “moist” or “penis.”

Features I Like:

  • Small Box
  • Minimal Space Required to play
  • Quick and easy
  • Humorous game

27.) Disturbed Friends

Disturbed Friends is an adult party game that claims it was designed to find out two things. The first thing being how disturbed your friends are based on the answer they choose in the game. The second thing being how disturbed your friends think you are when it comes time for you to select an answer. If they guess right and vote on the answer they believe you will choose they get a point if they guess wrong they get nothing.

Disturbed Friends will come in a box roughly the size of Cards Against Humanity which makes still good for tossing in any type of bag. It just won’t be as small and compact as many of the previous games like Coup and Skip Bo. The game requires a little bit of space but could be played on airplane trays. However, due to the adultness of this game, I would not suggest doing so as you will be reading out inappropriate and sometimes sexual situations. You could, however, manage to play this game on a car ride. Finally, this game can play up to a larger amount of players and is easy to learn for beginners.

Features I Like:

  • Adult humor
  • Small Box
  • Minimal space required to play
  • Easy to learn
  • Compatible with small to large groups

28.) For Sale Travel Editon

Players: 3-6

Time: 20-30 Minutes

For Sale is a bidding game where players compete to be the wealthiest by buying properties at the lowest price possible then selling them off later in the game.

For Sale has been known as a classic bidding board game that is still one of the best out there. The travel edition of it fits the whole game into a box that fits into an average sized hand. Making it one of the most compact games on this list. Furthermore, you can play this just about anywhere all you need to make sure is that you keep track of the currency in the game however you could also just use paper instead. The game is easy to learn and is one of the most entertaining games on this list.

Features I Like:

  • Easy to learn
  • Great replayability
  • Very compact box
  • Accommodates up to six players
  • Awesome bidding game

29.) Ticket to Ride: The Card Game

Ticket to Ride: The Card Game is a compact version of the game Ticket to Ride that is great for travel. If features many of the same aspects of the board game version and provides a lot of the same fun that Ticket to Ride provides. However, the one major change in this game is that it pushes it more towards a memory game as you can remove other players’ cards.

The game box is smaller than the Ticket to Ride box about half but is still larger than most of the other games on this list. Furthermore, the game itself does take a bit of space to play so it would be challenging to play on an airplane or in the car. The game is easy to learn so that you can introduce new people to it easily and the replayability on it is very high. Finally, the game brings all the loved aspects of Ticket to Ride which countless players seem to love and makes it a great gateway game to inexperienced board gamers.

Features I Like:

  • It is Ticket to Ride
  • Gateway game
  • Somewhat compact
  • Easy to learn
  • High replayability

30.) Bohnanza

Bohnanza is light-weight card game where players attempt to earn the most money to win. The game’s mechanics are trading and hand management. Additionally, one of the more interesting things about this game is that you cannot rearrange your hand and you must play cards in the order that you got them. Thus, making the trading aspect of the game vital to any players success.

This game comes in a compact game box and can be played some tighter spaces. Although, a full table is helpful when playing this game. The game takes very little time to learn and it is also a great gateway game if you have people who have little to none experience in board gaming. The theme is based on different styles of beans and each card has its own unique design to it that makes the game even more enjoyable. Finally, the game has one of my favorite gaming aspects in it the ability to trade.

Features I Like:

  • Affordable
  • Easy to learn
  • Gateway game
  • Interesting theme
  • Trading aspect

31.) Hanabi Travel Tin

Hanabi was the winner for the board game of the year back in 2013 and is still today just as great of a game, but now it’s available in a perfect sized travel tin. This great cooperative game is about working together to make the best firework show possible by playing out cards in each player’s hands in the proper order. The catch is you cannot look at your cards. So to help get past this players must help each other out by informing them of what cards they have. However, the amount of information that can be given is limited. Furthermore, there is a time limit that you and your teammates have to finish.

All of these aspects combine to make one great card game that is great for travel. Its small tin and makes it great to take anywhere. Additionally, the amount of space needed to play is very minimal so you could start up a game on your flight if you wanted to. The game is also very easy to learn but at the same time hard to master. Thus, giving it a great amount of replayability. Finally, the game is relatively fast paced so you do not need to worry about a two-day endeavor.

Features I Like:

  • Fast Paced
  • Very Compact
  • Minimal space needed to play
  • Easy to learn
  • Cooperative
  • Board game of the year winner
  • My wife loves playing it


32.) Sushi Go!

Sushi Go! is a fast-paced pick and pass card game where players try to make the best card combinations to earn the most points.

Sushi Go comes in a compact game box that makes it easy for traveling with. Furthermore, the game can be played in some tighter spaces such as on a train. However, the game is very intense and could cause some ruckus so it may not be advised to do so. Finally, it is super easy to learn and makes great beginners game or time killer.

Features I Like:

  • Fast paced
  • Adrenal rush
  • Easy to learn
  • Compact box
  • Some space required but not a lot
  • Cheap!!!!!

33.) Star Realms

Star Realms is a spaced based deck building game where players must build their fleets and reduce their opponents score to 0. The game combines aspects of a trading card game and a deck builder as you can make use of trade to acquire new ships and bases from cards that are turned up on the table.

The game comes in a compact box and does not require much space to play. It is two player game which is great if you plan on playing it during your journey with either a stranger or friend. The game is pretty easy to learn and is friendly towards newer players. Games do not last very long either typically run from 20 to 30 minutes per game. Allowing you to get multiple space battles in.

Features I Like:

  • Two player game
  • Compact box
  • Minimal space required to play
  • Easy to learn
  • Short game duration

34.) Kuhhandle

Kuhhandle is a reimplementation of the classic bidding and bluffing game You’re Bluffing. The objective of this particular game is to out smart the other players through bidding and bluffing to complete your sets at minimum cost.

Kuhhandle like many of the games on this list is also in a compact box. However, some space will be required to play. The game is easy to learn but will take a few plays to get the hang of it. Finally, the game has great replayability as the decisions each player makes can vary greatly and impact the game in various ways.

Features I Like:

  • Compact
  • Easy to learn
  • Some space required to play
  • Bluffing/Bidding game
  • Great replayability

35.) Tichu

Tichu is a team climbing card game with a simple objective. To get rid of your hand as fast as possible while also scoring points. The team that reaches 1000 points first wins the game.

Tichu is a very compact card game as it is simply a 52 card deck with the addition of four extra cards. The game also does not require very much space to play but does require four players to have a game. This requirement of four players limits the games potential a bit as it is not always easy to find exactly four to play with. Furthermore, it can take a few games to teach a new player how to play and fully understand the complexities of the game. Finally, the game is around $10 making it a relatively affordable travel option

Features I Like:

  • Roughly $10
  • Decent complexity
  • Tradition card game style of play
  • Compact box
  • Minimal space required but requires four people

36.) San Juan

San Juan is a city building card game similar to Puerto Rico. The game is won once a player has built twelve buildings. Until that time comes players take turns selecting from the available roles and using that to their strategic advantage.

The game box is not very compact but is a doable size for fitting into a carry on or backpack. Regardless of the game box size, it can still be played in very tight spaces such as on an airplane which is always a plus. Furthermore, the game is easy to learn and quick to play as it is a “lite” version of Puerto Rico. Making this a great travel game for strategy/city building lovers.

Features I Like:

  • Like Puerto Rico
  • Can be played on a plane
  • Easy to learn
  • Quick to play

37.) Thanks!

No Thanks is a simple yet engaging card game where players compete to keep the lowest score possible. Players get points from each card they pick up passed on its number. For example, a card with a three on it equals three points while a card with a ten equals ten. Players can avoid picking up cards by placing a chip down. Forcing the next player to decide if they should take it or not.

The game comes in a very compact game box and can be played in tight spaces but the currency could be problematic if the ride gets bumpy. Additionally, the game is super easy to learn but is extremely strategic and can take time to master. Finally, this game can be played over and over again without anyone getting board making it a great choice for travel.

Features I Like:

  • High replayability
  • Strategic
  • Easy to learn and engaging
  • Very compact
  • Can be played in tight spaces

38.) Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens is one of the hotter party games over the last year or so. It involves a Russian roulette style of play where players try to be the last one standing. The most entertaining part of this game is getting to screw your friends over with various types of attack cards.

Exploding Kittens is great for traveling as it comes in an extremely small box and can be played in any space even if there isn’t a flat surface you can still manage it. The game is super easy to learn and is played at a fast pace. Additonally, the game comes with some interesting drawings on the cards that make it ten times better. Finally, the game provides a high amount of replayability so even though the games take fifteen minutes you can play it twenty times with no problem.

I would also suggest getting the NSFW version if you plan on buying this game for playing exclusively with adults.

Features I Like:

  • Easy to learn
  • Play it anywhere
  • Fun theme
  • Quick
  • High replayability


39.) Mueterer

Mueterer is a card game where players take on the roles of members aboard a crew ship. While on the ship they reveal resources they wish to sell and try to ensure that they end up at the proper destination to sell their resources by becoming the captain that round. The player with the most points at the end of the game is the winner.

Mueterer’s game box is roughly three and a half inches long by two inches wide making it extremely compact and easy for travel. Furthermore, the game is easy to learn but also provides a good amount of depth. Finally, this game requires some space but not a tremendous amount.

Features I Like:

  • Very compact box
  • Easy to learn
  • Has depth
  • Some space required

40.) Stoned or Stupid

Drunk, Stoned or Stupid is a party game where players take turns drawing a card and deciding who the card most resembles. This game does not have a winner rather it has a loser. The loser is decided by the player with the most cards at the end of the game.

This game can be played just about anywhere as you just draw from the game box which is very compact. Moreover, the game is easy to learn and has a very laid back feel to it as you don’t really strategize anything. Finally, the game is just about having fun and making fun of your friends or new found acquaintances.

This game is more entertaining based on what kind of group you are with. It is not in itself a great game so I would not suggest unless you plan on playing with fun people that you know.

Features I Like:

  • Laid back game
  • Compact
  • Can be played anywhere
  • Easy to learn

41.) Joking Hazard

Joking Hazard is a party card game similar to Cards Against Humanity where one player decides which set of cards is the best. The difference is instead of words it has cartoon pictures that are supposed to make up a story. These stories typically end up being quite disturbing but if that’s the sort of stuff you are into this game is great.

This game comes in the same kind of box as Cards Against Humanity so it is relatively compact. The game can also be played just about anywhere even on the plane. Furthermore, you won’t even need a flat surface to play the game although it would be preferred. Finally, the game is super easy to learn and provides a great amount of replayability.

Features I Like:

  • High replayability
  • Easy to learn
  • Compact
  • Play Anywhere

Dice Games for Adults

42. Yahtzee To Go

Yahtzee is a push your luck dice game where players try to amass the highest score before the game is over. They do this by getting different combinations of dice rolls on their turns. For example, three of a kind and a full house will get players a certain amount of points.

The to go edition of Yahtzee consist of a dice container roughly the size of a soda can and of course the score sheets making it great for travel. As for where you can play you can play it just about anywhere as long as you do not lose track of the dice. Finally, this game is easy to learn and is a great pass time even if you are playing with a total stranger.

If you want to play in the car be sure to bring a lid, paper plate or some sort of contained flat surface to roll dice on.

Features I Like:

  • Easy to learn
  • Very compact
  • Play anywhere
  • Great for killing time

43. Catan Dice Game

Catan Dice Game is a push your luck dice game that incorporates many aspects of the game Catan. The way you win the game depends on which variant you are playing. The first variant is the basic game which involves fifteen rounds and an accumulation of score to see who the winner is. As for the second variant which is the advance game you must be the first player to reach ten points. This game functions much like Catan except there are a few changes to accommodate it to a dice game which makes it more like Yahtzee. Some of these features are as follows:

  • Removal of trading
  • Roll dice for resources which must be spent that turn
  • Set way to build cities, settlements, and roads
  • Knights no longer still resources from other players but can help you get one resource

44. Monopoly Express

Monopoly Express is a push your luck style of game based off of the theme of Monopoly. However, this game is not anything like Monopoly even though monopolies and get out of jail free still exist in the game. To win the game you must be the first player to accumulate $15,000.

This game comes in a compact format and is capable of being played in most environments as long as the dice have a safe place to roll. This game is one of the easiest to learn on this list and is great for killing time. Finally, due to the simplicity of this game, it should be easy to play even with strangers on a plane.

Features I Like:

  • Simple
  • Easy to learn
  • Monopoly theme
  • Compact
  • Play anywhere

45. Farkle

46. Martian Dice

47. Dungeon Roll

48. Zombie Dice

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James is a father, husband, and coffee addict who plays way too many board games and rarely sleeps.

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