7 Best Board Games for Adults for a Fun Night

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Which are the best board games that adults will actually enjoy?

Board games aren’t only for kids, but they’re also great mood boosters for adults during a party or any gathering. We spent 45 hours testing the 15 best board games for adults out there. We compare each product according to their playing time, number of players, and skills required.

We highly recommend the The Chameleon by Big Potato because it gives the most interesting theme – catch the chameleon or the guilty player. If you’re the chameleon, you need to pretend so you don’t get caught. Check out which other board games made it to our top seven list.

The Chameleon: Multi Award-Winning Board Game – 96%


Hailed as the winner of UKGE Best Party Game of 2017, The Chameleon is one of the best party game out there. It uses bluffing, social deduction, and secret codes to find the guilty player. Anyone 14 years old and above is suitable to play this game.

The Chameleon requires three to eight people players. The rules are simple – catch the chameleon. Each player will say one word to show their innocence in every round then everyone votes who they surmise was the imposter. If you picked the wrong player, the Chameleon wins.

  • The bluffing and guessing are very exciting
  • The entire game is very entertaining
  • Easy to learn and play
  • The game becomes more interesting with more players
  • The rounds are fast-paced
  • A bit overpriced
  • The instructions that come with it are a bit daunting


Adacio Latice Deluxe Strategy Board Game Review – 92%

If you like a good board game for your family, then Latice Deluxe is a nice option. Latice is a conventional strategy board game that requires two to four players. To win the game, be the first one to play all your tiles.

Playing all your tiles needs an offensive and defensive strategies. To play quicker, try matching tiles on two or more sides, land on Sun squares, or use wind tiles. Latice includes 84 acrylic tiles, four tile racks, 32 acrylic stones, and a 14-inch board.

  • Fast to play (approximately 20 minutes)
  • Easy to learn (approximately 3 minutes)
  • Suitable for all ages, gender, and language
  • Colorblind accessible
  • Fun to play
  • The board doesn’t sprawl flat
  • The instructions are slightly insufficient


Drumond Park The Logo Board Game Review – 90%

This Logo Board Game from Drumond Park is a trivia board game of things you love from football to cereal and flowers. This board game consists of all those logos that you’ve known since childhood to bring that entertaining throwback. It requires two to six players aged 12 years old and above.

The rule is easy – simply answer the questions to jump around the board. The first one to give the right answers in the winning zone wins. The entire game lasts for about half an hour approximately.

  • Easy to play
  • Gives a nice throwback to the 70s and 80s
  • Have nice excellent questions
  • The visuals of the cards are excellent
  • The board is thick and sturdy
  • A bit dull if you’re below 40 years old
  • Takes too long to finish for two players


Game For Fame The Hilarious Party Board Game – 90%


The Game For Fame is a funny party board game that contains no complex rulers or dull instructions. To play, simply form into teams then select a Money Maker card and begin the battle for fame. This party game offers a large variety of hilarious and original challenges which includes gargling the national anthem and uttering some tongue-twisters.

To add more pressure to the game, a timer is set to every challenge plus a Paparazzi are always anticipating to put you on the headline. A bad review could delay your path to stardom while some nice publicity can boost your career. Four to 16 players can play this party board game.

  • The challenges are really funny
  • No lengthy instructions
  • Easy to set up and play
  • Can get every player involved
  • The board feels hard and thick
  • The game can get boring with repetitive tasks
  • Some tasks are really difficult if you’re shy

Toys of Wood Oxford Wooden Memory Games Review – 84%

This wooden memory game from Toys of Wood Oxford is a great board game for both kids and adults. It includes a solid wooden board, dice, and 24 chessmen pieces in six various colours. It also includes some clear instructions on how the play the game.

Toys of Wood Oxford is a good game for three people who want to enhance memory and focus. It’s pretty safe because it’s made of sustainable wood and non-toxic paints. To win, you need to get a peg of every colour or four pegs of similar colours.

  • Made of durable and sustainable materials
  • Suitable for both adults and children
  • Comes at a fair price
  • Rules are simple
  • Effective in developing a good memory
  • The pegs fit loosely on the board
  • A bit dull to play


WiWa Spiele 790016 BARRAGOON Review – 82%


The BARRAGOON is a great board game for couples or two persons because it’s full of exciting twists right to the finish. This game is perfect for those who like something complex and educational. Unlike Monopoly, BARRAGOON relies on a well-planned strategy and not luck.

This strategy game can last between 20 to 120 minutes, depending on how immersed you are on the game. You win if your opponent has no more tiles left or all his tiles can’t any longer move. The BARRAGOON includes a set of instructions in different languages, a game board, 32 black wooden pieces, and 14 wooden tiles.

  • Very educational and challenging
  • Made of sturdy materials
  • Simple to learn
  • Can be played on a lot of levels
  • A good mind game
  • Slightly expensive
  • The instructions look intimidating

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