We tried and played some of the most popular family games! We’re they worth the money? Read our full, hands-on reviews to find out.
Hasbro Speak Out Game
This game is a great excuse to let your silly side, and your great dental hygeine, show. Have a hoot finding out who can annunciate tongue twisters the best.
Googly Eyes Game
After a few rounds of Googly Eyes your family will definitely have a new outlook on Pictionary. Hot tip: having some whiteboards and markers on hand will bring a new dimension to your family game night or party.
Melissa & Doug Suspend
Build your way up to the “expert level” of this game while helping your kids practice their fine motor skills. They’ll want to replay this metallic twist on Jenga over and over again.
Hasbro Egged On Game
A fun take on “roulette” style games, Hasbro’s plastic eggs can be filled with water, but for a more exciting experience we suggest using whipped cream.
Not Parent Approved Card Game
Don’t let the title fool you, this game is not only highly parent recommended, but it will also have you looking back fondly on your childhood.
Take turns tempting fate as you and your kids get one flush closer to being eliminated every turn.
Uno is a classic in most households and has been passed down for generations. Uno Attack will liven up your family’s Uno nights with the excitement of its electronic card shooter.
With a tagline like “For Kiddos and Their Grown Ups” you know this game will become a family favorite. With multiple ways to play and endless creative possibilities, Silly Street keeps your family’s interest while also keeping you moving.
This word association game is great for building vocabulary and relationship skills. With tons of spinoffs like Disney and Harry Potter, Codenames is truly a game for everyone 10 and up.
Daron Doody Head Game
If you or your kid has ever been called a “doody head” now is the time to reclaim your honor by becoming the highest scoring “doody head.” Collect the most points by skillfully catching the fabric doodies thrown your way while wearing the special velcro hat.
Catan Board Game
An oldie but a goodie, Catan is the classic choice for teaching your kids the value of managing their resources and basic problem solving skills.
Imhotep Builder of Egypt Board Game
Compete to become Egypt’s best builder in this game that has straightforward rules yet difficult to master strategy. Imhotep will encourage your children to plan ahead with the added bonus of strengthening their mental math skills.
Pandemic Board Game
There is no time like the present to team up with your family to stop an impending ficitonal pandemic. This cooperative game is perfect for having fun while also improving your teamwork and communication skills.