We take our game collection seriously.
With over 2000 games and counting, you are sure to find something to play. Competitive, collaborative, solo, and family favorites...we have it all.View our full list of games
The list opens on the Board Game Geek website
Not sure where to start?
Ok, ok, but...2000+ games? We know it can be a little intimidating. That's why we created curated lists of our library favorites to get you started. We know it can be a little intimidating. Two player games, light games, light to medium games, party games, and even solo games lists are available in the cafe and here on our site.
For some, learning a new game is the biggest hurdle. By the time you read the rules and work out all the bugs, it just isn't fun anymore. That's why we have a staff of game gurus available to get you up and playing fast. What is a game guru? A game guru is an experienced gamer who is excited to teach and guide players through a new game. Our game gurus host game clinics every week. What is a game clinic? A game clinic is a free gaming session where you will learn how to play a game with guidance from one of our gurus. You can learn which clinics are coming up next on our Facebook page, here on our website, or by joining our discord community.
Organized from A-Z
Our game library is organized alphabetically, making it easy for you to find the specific game you are looking for. If you are new to modern board gaming, don't worry, we have you covered. We have taken the classic family games you love and placed them in a special family game section. Games like Monopoly, Sorry, Trouble, Scrabble, and other classics are easy to find.
We went a step further for you and created a color-coding system. Each game is color-coded according to how long it takes to learn the rules. For example, a light game could take as little as 5 minutes to learn and setup, while heavier games could take hours.
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We believe that everyone should get to play. With that in mind, we've set aside a collection of classics like Chess, Checkers, Uno, alongside some newer games you can enjoy at no cost.