Cottage Board Games
May 17, 2004 11:01 AM Subscribe
What are some good board games to keep at a summer cottage?
posted by bondcliff to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (55 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
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Think of a game you'd want to play at a dinner party when the wine bottle is empty and the scotch is being poured, or perhaps on a rainy afternoon. Something to keep the conversation and laughter flowing. Maybe 4 - 8 people. Team games are fine.
We already have chess, checkers, Pictionary, Monopoly, Othello, Trivial Pursuit and decks of cards. I'm looking for games that are easy for adults to learn quickly, can be finished up in an hour or two, and played over and over again without getting stale. Batteries or electricity should not be required.