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I wasn't much of a game person growing up, but now that I'm a little older (and a little over-saturated with bright screens), I like the idea of game night more and more.
My boyfriend & I try to host a game night every couple of months, but it can be tough sometimes with schedules. Pick up a few great games -- from traditional to new -- to inspire your next get together.
Cards Against Humanity | $25 Buy Online
This is not appropriate for children at all, but it's wildly fun. If you have an off-beat sense of humor you'll rule at this game.
Life | $22 Buy Online
Because living you're own life isn't enough... Hop in your car, buy a home, and pick up the kids. It's a wild ride.
Clue | $30 Buy Online
This is one of my favorite games of all time. If you really want to go all out, have a murder mystery themed dinner with costumes as well.
Sorry | $13 Buy Online
Love is never having to say you're sorry... at least in this game.
Connect 4 | $13 Buy Online
It's like tic-tac-toe, but on another level, so if you're a visual thinker, this one's for you.
Monopoly | $30 Buy Online
A game-night staple. Whether you go classic or not (my brother collects these and has everything from WVU-opoloy to Dog-opoly to Hershey-opoly), it's sure to be a fun night.
Olaf's in Trouble | $17 Buy Online
A modern twist on a classic game that's sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Uno | $10 Buy Online
Great for all ages and families and also a good one to travel with since it's compact and easy to play anywhere.
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