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    Feb 22, 2020

    31 Board Games From Walmart You And Your Friends Will Probably Love

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    1. Monopoly — a classic board game that'll be fun for all ages. Who's ready to buy up some properties and become a moneymaking mogul?! **Raises both hands**

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    Promising review: "I love playing Monopoly! When I was a kid, my parents got me the game board, and my siblings and I would stay up late on weekends and play it for hours. As an adult, I still love to play Monopoly. I rate it five stars." —Lee

    Price: $15.88

    2. Or the Monopoly Disney Frozen II edition for anyone who wants a well-loved game but with a hint of Disney magic. Journey through Arendelle and some of the film's most iconic moments every time you pass Go.

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    Promising review: "Bought this as a gift for my niece and she loves it. Monopoly has always been a great game." —Xggon

    Price: $15.88

    3. A Ticket to Ride Europe board game in case you can't exactly travel right now but still want to travel all across Europe. Collect train cards and railroad routes to up your point score. The player with the most points at the end wins!

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    Promising review: "Wanted a game my hubby and I could play together. He is a gamer and I am not. Wanted something that would scratch his itch for strategy games but not take all day to play. Try it two times, so you can learn the rules, and you will be hooked. Now on average a 45-minute game. Better than watching TV together after kids go to bed. Spawns great conversations. Would be good with friends as well." —MTwfhm


    Price:
    $39.97

    4. Spot it! – a card game for kids and adults to have fun with. It requires a sharp eye and quick hands to spot the matching icon on each card. The first one to get rid of all their cards in the center wins!

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    I absolutely ~love~ playing this game with my friends, and let's just say it gets super competitive.


    Promising review:
    "I bought this at the request of my 12-year-old daughter, and it was a hit during the holidays! Everyone enjoyed the game so much that we're now searching for other versions!" —Raycheal

    Price: $7.99

    5. An Exploding Kittens Original card game that'll be a perfect addition to your repertoire. If you like kittens, explosions, laser beams, and sometimes goats, then this game is for you.

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    Promising review: "A fun, quick, easy-to-implement game for a family game night. I have an 8- and 12-year-old, and we were able to sit down and play within minutes, and they both had a good time." —Suzi

    Price: $19.99

    6. A Ramen Fury card game that wannabe ~chefs~ will love. Collect various cards to put together recipes while adding garnishes to up your point score.

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    Promising review: "Cute game; package is resealable. My ramen-loving kids enjoyed it, as did adults." —Colleen

    Price: $5.39

    7. Buzzed — an adult party game from the creators of What Do You Meme?. This simple game consists of players taking turns drawing the card on top of the deck and reading it aloud. Each turn results in either that player or the group taking a drink, based on the prompt that is read. #BadandBoozy

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    Price: $19.99

    8. A Bad Aim party game if you want to take Truth or Dare to the next level. Two teams race to shoot down targets that contain outrageous challenge cards, and the team that finishes last must complete the challenge cards left standing.

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    Price: $9.99

    9. An Unstable Unicorns card game where you'll be tasked with building your own personal unicorn army throughout the game. Each unicorn has a special power that you can utilize to attack opponents! The first player to finish building their army wins!

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    Promising review: "An awesome game that everyone can play. Enough luck and strategy that has to be used to win." —Dalton

    Price: $19.99

    10. The Office Downsizing Game so you can put yourself inside your favorite TV show every time you play this board game. Can you survive being laid off by Michael Scott or manage a promotion?

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    Price: $7.99

    11. A Hungry Hungry Hippos board game to help you relive your childhood again and again. Even numerous years later, it's still an ~iconic~ game.

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    Promising review: "This game is a classic, and I don't know a single person who doesn't like this game. It's simple so even young kids can enjoy playing it, but not so simple that it's boring. When it's family game night, at least one of my kids always picks this to play, and we adults enjoy it just as much as they do. I recommend this to every family to include in their game collection." —Fourekkks

    Price: $11.88

    12. A New Phone, Who Dis? party game that'll have you ROFL after the first round of play.

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    This is the 100%-offline text message party game where players compete to create the funniest text message thread.


    Promising review:
    "Played this with my cousins at a party and had an absolute blast. Couldn't stop laughing." —Jen


    Price:
    $19.99

    13. A Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Face It Challenge that consists of acting out hilarious scenarios while trying to keep a straight face! Game on!

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    Players make outrageous faces based on scenarios like "Just bit into a lemon," "Turning into a werewolf," or "Robot trying to be human" — but try not to laugh or crack before opponents do! (I will most definitely lose this game LOL.)

    Price: $6.85

    14. A Disney Pictopia! trivia game to play at your next family game night. Be sure to invite all your fellow Disney fanatics to share in the fun!

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    Promising review: "We have struggled to find a family game that we all could play and enjoy. I have two daughters who love everything Disney, so we have tried other Disney games, and they have proved to be a challenge to those who are not that knowledgeable about Disney. This game is fantastic because most of the time you are working as teams, so it makes it easier on those who are not so up on Disney." —Moowaupun

    Price: $19.97

    15. A Toilet Trouble game that'll have you guessing which flush will produce the next gush! The number that turns up on the paper roll spinner dictates how many times each player must flush...let's just say you may wanna wear a poncho.

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    Promising review: "Purchased for my grandchildren — great game to play outside on the picnic table. This way, when water sprays the player, not a problem because everyone is playing outside. The kids get so excited to see who will get sprayed. It's fun to watch them play this game." —Rosiegirl1957

    Price: $4.27

    16. This Blink card game that requires two players to race head-to-head to be the first to play all of their cards! Got good hand-eye coordination ~or~ catlike reflexes? Then this game is for you!

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    Promising review: "I love this game. Spent many hours playing at basketball tournaments with kids and adults. Great way to pass the time. We played one-on-one and partners against partners to involve more people." —Molly


    Price:
    $5.39

    17. A What Do You Meme? Mean Girls extension pack so anyone who already owns the game can celebrate their love for ~the Plastics~. You can obvi sit with us if you bring this extension pack over at the next game night.

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    Purchase the original game here.

    Contains 50 photo cards and 50 caption cards. Original game not included.

    Price: $12.99

    18. A Pop! Funkoverse Harry Potter game set that'll surely be a hit with the witches and wizards who dream of going to Hogwarts.

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    Set includes four character figures and two playable maps.

    Promising review: "Some real fun to be had here. Great family game that offers enough strategy for adults while keeping it simple for the kids. What a blast!" —Bebo44

    Price: $22.96

    19. Uno Attack! — if you're sick of playing regular old Uno and need something with higher stakes. The game's random card shooter offers an unpredictable way to play a cult classic.

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    Promising review: "We play this game every day. We play it multiple times a day. It is fun and easy and has quickly become a family favorite. The game is simple enough for my 7-year-old to set everything up and run the game. It is so much fun that once our family starts, we just keep on playing!" —Lovemyboys

    Price: $15.97

    20. A hot potato electronic game that's designed for two to six players to pass around the potato without getting stuck with it when the music stops. If you are stuck with the potato, you are given a potato chip card. The first player with three cards is out, and the game continues until the champion is left standing.

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    Promising review: "We bought this for a children's event at our church, and it was a hit! A nice size for little hands and also soft, so no one gets hurt while passing or throwing it. The game produced lots of giggles and smiles from all." —Gamermom1969

    Price: $12.01

    21. A classic Jenga game so you can test your decision-making skills. For an exciting twist, you can turn this into an adult-geared game with different tasks or challenges written on each block.

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    Promising review: "Great adult party game. A large group can play in any order...or one could have teams or play singly. It's a focus point around which the party flows." —Youdontneedmynickname

    Price: $10.27

    22. A Carmen Sandiego board game for reminiscing about your childhood and your obsession with the original Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Travel around the world to find the stolen loot and to stop the bad guy!

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    Promising review: "We love Carmen Sandiego. The board game is just as fun and provided us hours of entertainment. It's great to have a fun family board game. It's a normal game size and good quality." —bubbl25

    Price: $5.99

    23. The Logo Game so you can test your knowledge and see how well you know the world's most recognizable logos. See who knows the most logos — from fast-food chains to hotels, car brands, and candy companies — from trivia-based questions and visuals!

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    I got this game for Christmas years ago and have the best time playing it with family!

    Price: $25

    24. A Smart Ass game that'll be perfect for players who always want to shout out the answer even when it's not their turn (guiltyyyyyyy). There are 461 challenging trivia questions to see if you're truly the smartest...

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    Promising review: "Bought as a gag gift because of the name and packaging, but it ended up being really fun and easy to learn, with challenging trivia questions. Ages 12 through 60 participated, and all felt it was a good game." —Nonickname

    Price: $19.27

    25. A game of Clue in case you want to get your detective on and find out who's responsible for murdering Mr. Boddy of Tudor Mansion in his own home. Take guesses at figuring out the culprit, murder weapon, and room it took place in.

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    Promising review: "I played this with my parents when I was a child, and now I am playing it with my kids, and it is just as fun as I remember. There is an additional new character and Clue cards that mix up the game play a bit. My kids and I love it!" —Tskill13

    Price: $7.88

    26. A Dirty Dough game if you consider yourself an awful adult. Sculpt out whatever dirty scenes are depicted on the card you draw, and with a minute on the clock, your team has to try to guess what you're molding with the dough. We have one word for this game: raunchy.

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    Promising review: "I bought this for Christmas for all my brothers and brothers-in-law! They are all in their 20s and all love drinking games. Ones that are 'dirty' are even better! We all had fun playing this on Christmas Eve! Lots of fun and lots of memories made with this game! I would recommend to anyone with a sense of humor! Just don't play around KIDS that like play dough, hehe." —BB04

    Price: $5.99

    27. A Stupid Deaths game that'll challenge you to guess myth vs. fact when it comes to death scenarios! In this party game, players work to beat the Grim Reaper before the Grim Reaper beats them.

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    Promising review: "Stupid Deaths is the best board game we've played in years. The game is packed with hundreds of stupid deaths (and when I say 'stupid'…I mean stupid). Trouble is trying to work out which are real and which are made up. Every card had our family saying, 'That can't be real,' but of course some are. To win, just keep ahead of the Grim Reaper who's chasing you around the game board. This is a real family game…where everyone gets to play and laugh out loud." —Tuco54

    Price: $20

    28. A House of Danger game where you'll decide the trajectory of the game. Do you have what it takes to survive?

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    Price: $22.47

    29. Villainous — a game where each player participates as a different Disney villain, including Maleficent, Ursula, Jafar, Prince John, Queen of Hearts, and Captain Hook. Make your way around the board by meddling in other villains' plans...a truly evil game.

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    Promising review: "Wonder Forge's Disney Villainous is a must-have game! It is extremely fun, and great for game nights with friends!" —Disco4daze

    Price: $34.97

    30. Codenames Board Game involves two rival spymasters who know 25 different agents' secret identities. Each spymaster's respective team will have to work together to try to figure out through code names who their personal agents are, all while avoiding the game's assassin.

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    Promising review: "If you like a good ‘thinkin' game, this is a good choice. Very fun with six or more people so there is some banter back and forth with the group. Good, clean fun, and doesn't take much space to play!" —CMS86940


    Price:
    $15.43

    31. And a classic Hi Ho! Cherry-O game if you're interested in schooling your siblings the way you did years ago. I was ~obsessed~ with this game as a child, and TBH, I would still play it now...#WINNING

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    Promising review: "I got this game for my 3-year-old daughter. It was a game I remember playing as a child, and I wanted to make it a fun game night with her. Everyone enjoyed it, including the adults. It helps with learning to count and taking turns. Overall, I would definitely recommend this game. Family fun time and learning combined is a win-win!" —Mommyguru

    Price: $7.77

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