1. Monopoly

Monopoly has been a family favourite creating wars and alliances in families across the world for years, first released in 1935 we have had over 50 years of banking fun.

The idea of the game is to buy a property and increase the rent by adding buildings, the last or richest player wins the game.

There are many different editions of monopoly from digital banking to Millenial editions.

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2. Uno

Uno is a fast-paced family-friendly game designed to test your brain and make you think fast, Uno has been available since 1971 and most households have at some point had a pack of the colourful cards.

The aim of the game is to be the first person to get rid of all their cards, this can be quite difficult with all the switching and pick up cards you might have thrown at you if you look like your going to win.

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3. Pictionary

Pictionary is a great game for creative families, the game asks players to draw an image whilst other players guess what’s being drawn, a timer is usually set to keep things fast-paced.

Pictionary was first released in 1985 and has been a family favourite ever since, get together and draw with Pictionary the family fin game.

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Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens is a game that will make you laugh your socks off, with quirky characters and amazing graphics who knows what card you will get next, relatively new to the game scene exploding kittens is a modern and exciting game of skill and luck.

The aim of the game is not to explode and be the last player playing, there are ways to defend and save yourself so get playing and good luck.

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The Logo Board Game

The Logo Board Game is a great game to play on a quiet evening in, a whole family affair, the aim of the game is to guess what’s on the card and get the most points to win, players will see cards with one to three images of products or brands and should guess what they are.

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