If you love to play board games then you must check out this list. At below I have listed out the best 6 modern board games that don’t suck. All these games can get complex and benefit your patience with a deeper gaming experience. So, just start to play these games along with your friends and get great gaming experience.
List of 6 Modern Board Games that Never Suck:
The Amerigo game was designed by Stefan Feld for 2-4 players. In this game, the players help Amerigo Vespucci on his journey to find new land. The players explore the islands of South America, secure trading routes and build settlements.
This board game has an incredible amount of re-playability because the map layout gets vary at each time; the patented dice tower changes the accessible actions from turn to turn and many strategies are followed to accomplish the success.
Also Read: Top 6 PC Games Of 2013
The actions available to players are determined through the use of specialized cube tower. At the initial stage of the game, the tower is implanted with action cubes, which comes in 7 colors. Each of the seven cube colors relates to one of the seven actions a player may take.
Once you have landed your ship on an island, you can plan and build your settlements. This helps the players to assemble resources and earn the victory points.
The Euphoria game was designed by Jamey Stegmaier Alan Stone for 2-6 players. It is a worker placement game where the players try to claim a dystopian city. In this game, the dice are your workers and the number of each die represents a worker’s knowledge.
The knowledge of the workers adds more bonuses and impacts player interaction. If the collective knowledge of all the workers gets too high, one of them might desert you.
The Inceptor game is the board game version of the movie Inception. So, enter the dream world and endeavor to do inception in this modern themed board game.
In this board game, the board epitomize the inside of a dreamer’s mind, who is known as Mark. Each player should implant an idea in the Mark’s dream, hoping that when he wakes, he will work out their allotted assignment.
The fundamental thing of this game is “Mark” must believe it was his own idea from its inception. In order to do this, the dream needs to be so real, when the Mark wakes up, the planted idea sticks and he performs the mission without a second thought.
4. A Game of Thrones:
A Game of Thrones is a strategy board game created by Christian T.Petersen. This game let the players to take on the roles of various Great Houses vying for control of the 7 kingdoms which includes: House Baratheon, House Lannister, House Stark, House Tyrell, House Greyjoy and House Martell.
Player’s action armies gives support in the various regions that comprise the 7 kingdoms, with the goal of capturing sufficient support to claim the Iron Throne. In the year 2004, A Game of Thrones won 3 originals awards for Best Board Game, Best Traditional Board Game and Best Board Game Design for the year 2003.
5. Ticket to Ride:
Again this is one of the most popular modern board game and was originally published by Days of Wonder in 2004. By using the simple rules, you can play this game and enjoy along with your friends.
In this game, the gamers must build a railroad network on the map. At the initial stage of this board game, each gamer is dealt secret objectives (linking 2 cities on the map). On their own turn, the player can take new cards, claim a route and draw more objectives.
If you are looking for a great-looking game with sharply designed pieces, then this game will be absolutely perfect for you. Fortunately, it also happens to be a great little ware game as well.
In this game, each gamer deploys the troops of an Egyptian tribe and use the mystical powers of the ancient god of the country, along with their powerful armies.
Also Read: 6 Best Online Puzzle Games For Everyone.
This game is played to 8 or 10 victory points, which might be accumulated through winning attacks, controlling fully-developed pyramids, controlling temples and wielding particular magical powers etc.