What tabletop games are good for 2-6 people in their 20s?
December 6, 2013 9:04 AM Subscribe
In our house, we frequently spend evenings hanging out and doing low-key group activities, like playing video games (or D&D), watching TV, or just talking and listening to music. Frequently, we find ourselves at a lull, seeking something new to do when we don't feel like putting on Netflix.
I'm looking for games that we can set up, teach people, and play quickly with a varying number of people at varying levels of sobriety. (more inside)
posted by 4th number to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (69 answers total) 85 users marked this as a favorite
I'm planning already on buying Suspend
, a fun "reverse-Jenga" sort of building and balancing game. It's very visually appealing in play, can get intense, and can be played in a few different ways. And it's $15.
What other games would be fun to have around and bust out once a week? Speed of play, learning curve, price, and visual appeal are all worth considering, but I'd buy a really fun game that was ugly or expensive.