Do you want to
Build a Snowman Host a Board Game Night? But you just don’t know where to start?
ME I can hear you say it now I don’t host things i don’t know how to do those types of things.
Here are three reasons you should include boardgames in your next social night and give hosting a board game night a chance.
Boardgames Encourage Conversation
Have you got a group of people over who don’t know each other and you can just cut the social tension with a knife, and you’re afraid if you don’t act soon there will be real knives involved?
Try a game like Cash and Guns, The Resistance or Spyfall these games will have your guests yelling at each other in no time (positive yelling guys not that other type) as they attempt to uncover spies or try to take home the most loot. These games are easy to teach and highly relational and will forge friendships or Disclaimer: life long arch enemies in a moment.
Boardgames are Easy to set up activities.
Is your night flopping because those $8 conversational staters you got from your local stationary store have your guest reflecting on their emotional issues and everybody is now sitting around staring at there phones?
We why not try a digital board game like the Jackbox titles or a Board Game Escape Room? These games are highing engaging, and don’t require a lot of rule explanation making them quick to set up and fast to play.
Boardgames Take themed nights to a new Level.
Are you planning that Zombie-themed / Game of Thrones / My little pony party? well lucky for you, you won’t have to sit in a circle in costume wondering what the point of dressing was if you were going to do normal Friday night activities
Instead, you can play games like Dead of Winter, Game of Thrones or My Little Scythe there are 1000’s of board games matching different themes so why not throw one in and add a whole new dimension to your party.
And make the dressing up worth it.
so the next time you are planning a little get together to think about adding a board game to your event.