Choose The Perfect Board Game With This Handy Flowchart

Whether you’re planning a leisurely dinner party, a quiet weekend with the kids or a machiavellian plan to get laid, this flowchart will point you towards the most suitable board games for any situation.

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In today’s climate of digital technology obsession, it can be easy to forget just how satisfying a traditional board game can be. In the past, we’ve looked at why board games are good for you, but you obviously need the right game for the right situation.

The below flowchart will help guide you towards the perfect cardboard box. (Note: Many of the games featured below are pretty niche and not the sort of thing you’ll be able to find at your local department store. That said, the vast majority can be snapped up online or from a specialist hobbyist shop.)

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See also: Store Your Board Games By Displaying Them As Art | Ease Mates Into Better Board And Card Games | DIY Giant Jenga Is A Great Outdoor Game

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