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1.A Dos Card Game, because Uno has become too easy and you need a new challenge. Plus it comes in a tin to keep your cards in top condition. And don't forget to yell "Dos!" when you've got two cards left.
2.A Throw Throw Burrito card game that combines all the fun of a food fight without any of the mess. Collect matching sets of cards while flinging and dodging "squishy airborne burritos." And if you work up an appetite while playing, you'll have a pretty good idea of what to order.
3.An easy-to-assemble ladder toss outdoor lawn game set with soft carrying case for flinging golf balls attached to ropes and trying to get them to wrap around different bars. Trust us, it's a lot more fun than it sounds.
4.A retro series 1986-edition Clue boardgame, so you can get that 1985 Clue movie vibe (alas there is no Wadsworth in this version). If the gameplay gets too intense and you start to feel "flames on the side of your face," please take a break.
6.A set of Double 6 professional domino tiles in wooden box, because a game that dates its origins back to the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368) is definitely worth learning how to play.
7.A spy-themed Codenames card game that's way easier to follow than a John le Carré novel (or movie adaptation for that matter) for anyone who fancies themself a spy or, at the very least, a sleuth. Also great at parties, just like 007!
8.A Wiffle Ball bundle including two 32-inch bats and six balls so you can practice your backyard bat flips after parking a longball on your neighbor's roof.
9.A Floor is Lava interactive game for kids (and adults) because we've all played this game and now it has actual rules, colored foam “safety stones,” challenge cards, and a game spinner, so we can finally name a winner.
10.A giant, hardwood, 54-block Jenga game that starts at 2-feet high and can stack up to 5-feet before it all comes tumbling down. But careful, those blocks are heavy!
11.A regulation dartboard set for bringing a bit of the pub back home (but you're going to have to get your own drinks). Comes with six
steel tip darts so make sure to hang it on your least favorite wall.
12.A Risk board game, because who doesn't enjoy a little strategic conquest and world domination (on a small scale, of course)? And the best part? Tiny little figures!
13.A rust-resistant portable basketball hoop which can adjust from 8 to 10 feet and sports a shatterproof backboard, so unless your name is Zion you don't have to worry one bit about throwing down any monstrous dunks.
14.A Catan board game to strageically build your own civilization through trading, building, and settling. This is a solid 60-minutes of gameplan right here.
15.A 24-piece croquet set for classing up the old backyard with the fanciest leisure sport that doesn't involve riding a horse. "Pinkies out" while play is highly encouraged.
16.A Qwirkle board game that's fun for the whole fam. The rules are simple: build lines by matching wooden tiles based on either color or shape. Easy to learn, and even easier to have fun with.
17.A varnished surface solid wood cornhole set (with eight weather-proof bean bags and carrying cases) so you can customize any design or artwork you'd like from painting to stickers.
18.An Amazon Exclusive Scrabble Deluxe Edition that would like to have some words with Words With Friends about what actually counts as an acceptable score. Bonus: everything stores inside the board making it ideal for travel (even if it's only to the backyard).
19.A rollable "competition-ready" indoor table tennis table 95% preassembled out-of-the-box with easy-attach and remove-net so you can get your pong on as soon as possible.
20.A 3-feet wide 4-in-a-Row game that has absolutely no "connection" to any other game but does come with a handy travel case for hauling the giant wooden frame and 42 plastic coins anywhere.
21.A bocce ball set, which includes eight green and red balls, one Pallino ball, and most importantly one carrying case for easily storage (re: not losing anything).
22.A Jumanji The Game board game, because if three movies aren't enough for you, this might be the only thing short of writing fan-fic to safely scratch that jungle adventure itch.
23.A brightly colored indoor/outdoor horseshoe set made from rubber so when you inadvertently chuck a shoe into the neighbor's yard it'll be easy to find and you probably won't break anything.
24.A Bottle Bash disc toss game set that will quickly make you realize how bad your aim with a Frisbee is and just as quickly make you forget because you're having too much fun trying to knock a bottle off of a pole.
Warning: even unplugged fun can have undesired results.
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