Family Board Games to Fall For From Asmodee

Family Board Games to Fall for from Asmodee

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I almost feel bad over how much I love having the kids back in school. With the colder Fall days here I am so excited to share our fave family board games to fall for from Asmodee Canada

Board games have become treasures in our home. When our power goes out, the internet is down, or we’re looking for an excuse to just hang out we all happily gather around the table and figure out what we’ll play. While navigating the smorgasbord of snacks. I find we all let our guard down a little bit and conversations flow freely when there is competition in the air. In some games, we have to partner the little kids with the older ones but we make it work.

5 Family Board Games to Fall For From Asmodee

Family Board Games to Fall for from Asmodee

My First Carcassonne BUY HERE

The streets of Carcassonne are filled with kids; the city has never been so alive! This version of the modern classic, Carcassonne has been adapted to allow players of all ages to play together. Each turn, players place a tile to build the city. When they close a street with one or more kids of their colour, they get to put their pawn on the board. The first to place all their pawns wins!

Price: $36.99
Age: 4+
Time: 15-30 min
Number of players: 2-4

Catan JuniorBUY HERE

CATAN: Junior introduces a modified playing style of the classic game giving younger players the opportunity to experience the world of CATAN. It is a perfect introduction to the CATAN series of games for kids and families. Simplified building rules, child-oriented trading, and a more innocuous robber equivalent called the “Ghost Captain” provide access to the world of CATAN games.

Price: $49,99
Age: 6+
Time: 30-45 min
Number of players: 2-4

AzulBUY HERE

In the game Azul, players take turns drafting coloured tiles from suppliers to their player board. Later in the round, players score points based on how they’ve placed their tiles to decorate the palace. Extra points are scored for specific patterns and completing sets; wasted supplies harm the player’s score. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.

Price: $56,99
Age : 8+
Time : 30-45 min
Number of players: 2-4

Spot It 1, 2, 3 BUY HERE

Test your observational skills and hone your reflexes with the award-winning gameplay of Spot It! 1-2-3, a game of lightning-fast choices. With dozens of awards and possible versions married to elegant gameplay, Spot It! has become
a global phenomenon.

Price: $16,99
Age: 3+
Time: < 15 min
Number of players: 1-5

Ticket to Ride First JourneyBUY HERE

Players of all ages can now venture across America by rain in Ticket to Ride: First Journey. With a new map and simplified rules, First Journey is the perfect way to introduce young players to the game of cross-country travel. Just like in Ticket to Ride, players collect train cards, claim routes, and try to connect cities coast-to-coast. Climb aboard, young travellers, your First Journey awaits!

Price: $49,99
Age: 6+
Time: 15-30 min
Number of players: 2-4

Make sure you head on over to Asmodee Canada website to find more fun games for your family to fall for.

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Aneta Alaei
Aneta Alaei

Aneta is a Toronto-based mom of four that loves a good meal, great company, and learning something new. In her free time, you can find her trying to keep yet another plant alive.

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4 Comments

  1. Shirley
    November 27, 2022 / 6:54 am

    These games look like fun

  2. Linda H
    November 27, 2022 / 9:09 am

    As my grandchildren get older I am slowly collecting Board games to play with them. Thanks for the info about these games.

  3. Janice Cournoyer
    November 28, 2022 / 8:42 am

    Always looking for new board games. Great family time at the cottage when there is no internet. thanks

  4. Lynda Cook
    November 28, 2022 / 9:58 am

    I haven’t heard of these games, but they sound like a lot of fun!