This show is all about games to give as gifts. This time for families. Yes, it’s that time of year when we are pulling out our hair trying to find that just right gift for friends and family. Well fret now more. Ryan and I have 14 games that we think would be great to give to families as gifts. Here is a list of these games.
These are really fun, easy to teach and learn games that the whole family can play. We know you will find at least one in this list that your family will enjoy.
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In this episode Ryan and I talk about a bunch of games you can purchase for $20 and less. With the holidays upon us, any of these games would make fantastic presents for friends, co-workers, and family. They are excellent stocking stuffers or party gifts. You’ll find a list of the games we discussed below.
UNLESS STATED THESE ARE AMAZON PRICES
WITH PRIME OR ADD ON SHIPPING
OVER 40 Games here
Misc. Board Games
Rocky Road A la mode $16
NMBR 9 around $17
Bubblee Pop around $13
Great Heartland Hauling Co is $12 on amazon
TICKET TO RIDE NY – TARGET $20
Games to introduce to adults
Ladder 29 ($18 on amazon)
Diamonds ($18 on amazon)
Medici the Card game (around $18)
Arboretum Card game $20
Flip City around $14
Red7 Card game $13
Codenames around $15
Lost Cities ( $14 amazon)
The Game $13 TARGET
Wordsy $20 amazon
Fox in the Forest (around 14)
Oh My Goods ( $15)
Card Games for whole family
For Sale (Travel Edition around $17)
Game of Trains $12
Sushi go around $11
Sushi go party $19
Best Treehouse Ever (18.90 amazon)
Monster Crunch Breakfast Battle Game $20 at TARGET
We hope you enjoy the podcast and find this list helpful. Stay tuned for part 2.
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