If you love solving crosswords, this game will surely come to your liking. Allowing you to have a great time with your family and friends, it will also help enlarge vocabulary and improve spelling.
The board surface is smooth, so, the letter tiles might slide off.
This engaging word-forming game is perfect for a family of two, three, or four as well as for a group of friends. The set takes minimum storage space and easily packs into a bag or backpack to take it with you.
Word-forming, Educational game
2 to 4
Scrabble game board, 100 letter tiles, 4 racks, Letter bag, Rules
This board game for adults and teens will not only help you demonstrate your movie knowledge but also it will let you show your skills in a buzzer buttle, act out your favourite movies, and remember famous quotes.
The buzzer could be of better quality.
The Big Potato Blockbuster is a fantastic 2 team game that will enliven any gathering or party. Learning the rules takes no time at all, and playing the game will bring you a lot of fun.
4 to 8
Game board, 200 cards, Buzzer, Rules
This game has incredibly simple rules. You just have to describe as many cards as possible in 30 seconds. Equally perfect for couples and families, it is also a great choice for a party.
Some categories might be a bit tricky for younger players.
This mini-board game by Drumond Park can unite generations as it engages players of all ages. The game can be enjoyed by two and more people. It's the kind of game that once you start you'll not be willing to end.
2 teams of 2 persons
Around 45 minutes
50 cards, 5 score cards, Dice, Sand timer, Pencil, Rules
Figuring out who's the spy requires good deduction skills and you will only improve yours while playing. It will also help improve your imagination and associative thinking.
The rule book could be more informative.
This exciting board game creates an atmosphere of fun that makes you forget about time. The rounds are pretty short but they can be repeated over and over again and you are very likely to find yourself unwilling to stop playing.
Word-association, Secret identity, Party game
2 to 8
16 agent cards in two colours, Double agent card, 7 innocent bystander cards, Assassin card, 40 key cards, Card stand, Rules
There is hardly a better way to introduce your kid to the science of numbers than buying this awesome 2 player board game. It will make learning a simple counting play.
It has no lid but you can keep the board and dices in the provided cardboard box.
This is a great game for kids and adults alike. Handmade from high-quality wood, this premium game comes beautifully packed, so, it will make a wonderful idea for a present.
Strategy, Counting, Educational game
Luxury baize lined tray, 2 dices, Gift presentation packaging, Rules
Mattel games Scrabble Orginal Y9592
Play and Learn
Scrabble is a great game to enjoy with your family and friends. As engaging as it is, it helps the players to improve their vocabulary and train their spelling skills.
The rules are quite simple, though the game is recommended for kids 10 years old and teens. Each player draws 7 tiles with letters from the bag and uses them to compose words. Then, the players build words in turn; each new word is to be adjoined to the letters already on the board.
Needless to say, it takes more than luck to win this game. Some letters are less frequently used, however, they will help players to get higher points. On the other hand, if you get good letters and use them all to build one word, you will get 50 bonus points.
The set includes a scrabble board, a letter bag, letter tiles (100 pieces), racks (4 pieces), and instructions. The only inconvenience is that the board is not magnetic and the tiles can slide off. While this set features an original size, a travel version (with a smaller board and letter tiles and a plastic grid that holds the tiles in place) is also available.
In a word, if you want to have a great time with your kids while improving their knowledge of the language and problem-solving skills, this set is a good-to-go choice.
|Last updated price||£14.99|
Big Potato The Blockbuster Game: The Movie
For Movie Lovers
It is hard to find a person who does not like movies, so, getting this game for a party is a win-win idea. Knowing as many movies as possible is not the only required skill; the players will be engaged in several activities such as acting out scenes and quoting famous words, or guessing which movie those scenes or quotes are from.
It all starts with a movie buzzer battle. One player from each team should name movies from the category offered by the Head-to-Head Card. They only have 15 minutes for the task; the player who runs out of time or options loses. The winner picks six cards with movie names to choose three of them for the opponents.
The next step is acting out movies, quoting the most recognizable phrase from the film, or describing the piece of cinematography with just one word. For this, each team has only 30 seconds. If the players have guessed correctly, the team gets the card. As soon as one of the teams collects cards with films in all 8 genres, the game is over.
The Big Potato game comes with 60 category cards, 200 classic movies cards, a board styled as a blockbuster car park, and a buzzer. Believe it or not, it might be all you need to enliven a party or have a great weekend evening with your family.
|Last updated price||£17.00|
Drumond Park Articulate Mini
Take It to a Travel
This fantastic description board game has all chances to bring all your family together. The Articulate is an ideal party game, just keep in mind that this is a mini version of the full-scale table game, so, it will be most appreciated for the on-the-go use on holidays or when you are travelling.
The game can be played by two and more people; if there are over four players, they divide into two or more teams which subdivide into describer(s) and guesser(s). While one player describes the entries listed on the card, their teammates try to guess the word. Each team only has 30 seconds for the task.
A sand timer, a dice, 50 cards, 5 score cards, a pencil, and rules come included in the box. The dice, or playing piece, is used to mark the segment with the word to describe. Then the cards with guessed words are counted and the dice is moved forward for the corresponding number of segments.
To make the game even more compelling, it has petty strict rules. Describers may pass a card, but only one time in turn. They may act out or mime the word, but they are not allowed to voice it. Telling what letter the word starts with or how many letters the word has, as well as naming its derivatives, or giving "sounds like" or "rhymes with" clues is forbidden either.
All in all, this catchy board game can appeal to people of all ages. Though younger players might find it a bit difficult to describe words from some categories, children of 12 years and older will find the game both fun and captivating.
|Last updated price||£16.99|
Czech Games Edition Codenames
Figuring Out The Clues
If you love detective and spy stories and you easily figure out the villain, try yourself at this smash-hit game that is exciting enough to make you forget about time.
The Codenames can be played by two or three people, however, for a standard game, you will need four or more players, which makes it an excellent party game.
Each of the two teams should choose their own spymaster; both spymasters sit on the opposite side of the table from the rest of the team players.
Then, 25 codenames are chosen randomly and placed on the table. The spymasters choose the key card for them both to refer. This card shows the identities of all of the 25 cards; it has blue and white squares for agents, white squares for innocent bystanders, and a black square for an assassin.
The starting team (indicated by the lights on the key card's edges) will have 9 words to guess and is entitled to give the first clue. The competing team will have 8 words to guess. 8 red and 8 blue agent cards should be placed in front of their spymasters (1 double agent goes to the starting team). Innocent bystander cards along with an assassin card are placed within the reach of both spymasters.
The next step is giving the clues. Each spymaster utters a word related to one or more codenames and the rest of the team players try to guess which word(s) on the table it is associated with. If they have guessed correctly, the identity is revealed. Thus, the team that covers all their words wins.
On the whole, though the rules might seem a bit tricky at a glance, the game is very captivating. Hence, no wonder it has won so many prizes and is highly appreciated by intellectual players all over the world.
|Last updated price||£15.53|
|Stock||May be out of stock|
Jaques of London Shut the Box
Excellent Gift Idea
Educational games are meant to make learning an enjoyable task. Exercising your cognitive abilities is essential at any age, and counting is one of the best ways to keep your brain sharp. This strategy game offers simple rules that even the youngest players will easily comprehend. It is also fun to play, so, the game catches the fancy of both kids and adults.
In the box, you will find a braize lined tray with a high-quality hardwood frame, 9 wooden tiles, and a couple of dices. The item boasts high quality and is very durable, hence its long service life. Besides, the set comes nicely packed that makes it a really good idea for a gift. And though the tray has no lid, it can be conveniently stored in the cardboard box it is encased in.
So, what are the Shut the Box dice game rules? One or more players throw the dices and count the number of spots. Then, they move a tile with the corresponding number inside the box. If there is no such number, they should add them up using a couple of tiles. Once all of the numbers are moved, the box is "shut" and the game is over.
Summing up, this wonderful board game will help your kids to learn arithmetic in a more simple and comprehensible way. At the same time, highly appreciated by adults too, it will let you spend a wonderful time together with your kids.
|Last updated price||£15.99|
What Is a 2 Player Board Game?
Today, when everyone is bound up in tablets and smartphones, it is vital to find some alternative activities that will help shorten your and your kids' screen time and promote communication and other important interactive skills. Needless to say that to compete with videogames and social media, these activities should be both fun and engaging.
One of the greatest indoor activities that you can enjoy with your family and friends is playing various board games. There are so many types of them that one can easily get confused. If you have children, you may be interested in educational word-forming games or the ones that will help introduce your little one to arithmetics. On the other hand, there are fascinating party and secret identity games that will be appreciated by teens and adults alike. In this review, you can find the most popular 2 player board games to any taste and liking.