List of board games

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This is a list of board games. This page classifies board games according to the concerns which might be uppermost for someone organizing a gaming event or party. See the article on game classification for other alternatives, or see Category:Board games for a list of board game articles.

Single-player board games[edit]

Some board games have solo variants, like Arkham Horror and Agricola. Others are specifically designed for one player.

Two-player abstract strategy games[edit]

In abstract strategy games, players know the entire game state at all times, and random generators such as dice are not used.

Two-player games[edit]

Multi-player elimination games[edit]

Participants are typically eliminated before game end.

European race games[edit]

Multiplayer games without elimination[edit]

Everyone can play along to the end. These games are especially suited for mixed play with adults and children.

Economics and strategy games[edit]

Games involving scarce resources and strategy.

Games of physical skill[edit]

Coordination, finesse, or other physical skills are necessary. Also known as dexterity games.

Children's games[edit]

The rules are easy to learn and the outcome is mostly or entirely due to chance.

Cooperative games[edit]

Cooperative games in which all players need to work together to win.

Gaming systems[edit]

These are sets that can be used to play multiple games.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]