Merry Sunday’s unique board game set comes with modular square and triangular tiles which can be arranged to play dozens of different games from around the world. It comes with a 150-page book that explains each game’s layout and rules, a wood and linen-covered frame, along with 216 board pieces and 81 game tokens.
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You could spend $400 on the lacquered Jonathan Adler Sorrento Backgammon Set or save a bundle with his $25 cardboard lookalike that opens into a pair of cheery op-art game boards for backgammon and checkers. The designer’s 2-in-1 Travel Game Set has two handy drawers to store wood game pieces and dice.
An ordinary Scrabble set comes with 100 letter tiles. So if you want to make word art out of them, it could get pretty expensive. These bulk tile sets give you 500 wooden tiles that are perfect for craft projects – or for making your Scrabble games a bit more interesting.
Etsy seller Casiopea3D makes these 3D-printed trays for keeping your cards and tokens neat and tidy when playing tabletop games. Each one has three card slots and four token trays. Measures appx. 7.9″ w x 2.4″ d. Sold in sets of two or more in a variety of colors.
Umbra’s modern board game features a smart design for easy carrying while still offering a solid and stable surface when playing. Its board is made from vegan leather, which is attached to a segmented wooden base. When not in use, roll it up, store the pieces inside its center, and attach the end caps.
Darkboard offers a bold take on board game design. These eye-catching boards are made from laser-cut acrylic which sit on a backlit base. The designs create the illusion of depth and can be swapped out between Chess, Surakarta, Ludo (Parcheesi), and Nine Men’s Morris boards. Each set includes 32 acrylic chess pieces.
If you’re used to losing game pieces from your board games, then you definitely will want to skip these tiny games. Super Impulse makes teensy weensy versions of Scrabble, Monopoly, and Operation, each of which is guaranteed to frustrate, and should probably be played with tweezers.
This fun chess set lets you enjoy a game without taking up table space. Made by Winding Hills Designs, the wall-mounted chess set features a metal backer under its printed black and white squares, allowing its magnetic pieces to hold in place. They also make versions in white, brown, and one that comes with checkers.
This fast and frantic tabletop game from Denmark shares elements with air hockey and foosball but is also its own unique thing. Players use a magnetic handle to move their pieces from underneath the board as they attempt to score goals while defending their own. The game comes in both a 2-player and a 4-player version.
Now that you’ve binged The Queen’s Gambit, are you ready to break out your chess set and get in on the action? This series of online lessons will help you learn everything from the basics to advanced chess-playing tactics from expert players. In all, there are more than 120 hours of instruction in this bundle.
This special edition of the surgery board game Operation puts Oogie Boogie on the operating table. As you cut into the burlap baddie from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, you’ll find his insides are filled with snakes, bones, spiders, scorpions, bats, and bugs.
Between the popularity of The Queen’s Gambit and quarantining, there’s no better time to improve your chess game. This chess set from Showcase Plastics has a 12″ x 12″cast acrylic board with LED lighting. It’s available in a choice a variety colors for each side of the board, and includes a set of laser-cut acrylic chess pieces.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. So take a break from your job and bust out this challenging board game based on the Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick horror classic. Naturally, the game is set in the creepy Overlook Hotel, where you and your friends must work together to survive the winter without losing your minds.
If you love tabletop role-playing games, you know how setting up a terrain system takes lots of time and space. Upzone offers a complete terrain system that folds up flat when not in use. The sets come in three styles: Dungeon Zone, Cathedral Zone, and Ancient Zone, each of which forms a 60″ x 44″ playing surface.
Designed by artist Panisa Khunprasert, this reversible chess and checkers set features a bold color scheme and modern, minimal iconography. Both the playing pieces and board are made from sustainably-grown rubberwood, and the board slides open to provide storage. Measures 8.75″w x 8.75″d x 1.75″h.
This two-player game from the creators of Exploding Kittens is basically a lo-fi version of air hockey with a little pinball thrown in. Players use their magnetic cat paw catapults to fling balls onto their opponent’s side, with the objective of hitting various combinations of balls onto your opponent’s side.
The guys behind BoardGameTables.com have created a fun, family-friendly game that anyone can play in about 15 minutes. In Kabuto Sumo, players take on the role of some badass beetles, and attempt to push their opponents out of the ring. Each wrestler disc has a unique shape and a special power that affects their moves.
Home arcade company Arcade1up has created a tabletop gaming system that lets you play digital versions of board games like Monopoly, Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, and more. It will come in 24″ and 32″ versions, both with a touchscreen with tactile feedback, and Wi-Fi connectivity for downloading games and other content.
It’s fun to play a game of chess in the park. But carrying around a full-size chess set can be a pain. This cleverly-designed set features a roll-up board and pieces that stack inside of each other inside of a tube. Choose from steel, zinc, or plastic pieces, leather, PU leather, or silicone board, and a leather or polyester case.
Do you love games like Mario Kart? Gatwick Games, creators of Dungeon Royale, attempt to capture the thrill of these multiplayer racers with their board game Racekart Riot. Players compete to complete laps while collecting items like bananas, eggs, and bombs to take down opponents. Coming soon to Kickstarter.
Pendragon Game Studio presents a fantastic looking board game inspired by John Carpenter’s gruesome 1982 horror classic The Thing. Up to 8 players head to a research station in Antarctica to assume the roles of characters from the movie as the try and figure out who among them has been taken over by an alien parasite.
Enter the weird world of Tim Burton as the Maitlands try to scare off their home’s new owners. This special edition of the classic property trading game has spaces based on characters and locations from the classic dark comedy, along with tokens inspired by things like Lydia’s camera and the Handbook for the Recently Deceased.
This special edition of the classic board game Monopoly features locations and imagery from iconic U.S. National Parks, from Glacier National Park to the Grand Canyon. Game tokens include a ranger’s hat, a camera, a bison, a tent, a canoe, and a hiking boot. A portion of proceeds goes to the National Park Foundation.
Hey You Guys! It’s a version of Monopoly, based on characters, story, and locations from the 1986 movie classic The Goonies. Properties include The Inferno and One-Eyed Willy’s Cabin, and tokens include the Statue of David, Chester Copperpot’s Key, the Gold Doubloon, Little Girl’s Bike, Skull and Crossbones, and Willy’s Eye Patch.