Descent, the board game, has nothing to do with Descent, the PC game. In fact, it is an improved version of the Doom board game, which is one of the fantasy board games of Fantasy Flight Games, including Lord of the Rings, Warship III, Warship World of War, and Rune Bound.
In any case, we tried and it felt like a merger between an MMO and a table game – they have characters that kill hordes of monsters with muscle, magic and cunning. After playing the game for the first time, we discuss the good and bad points of the game as usual. This discussion led to the argument which is the best board game of all time.
Let me break down the list of ideas from lowest to highest:
6th psychologist is like Fibs or not just in the sense that the players have to tell stories about their lives and it's up to the other players to try to analyze the others. This is a serious game, but it's great for a small group that wants to get to know each other. Personally, I like this game because the first time I was a friend of another player.
5th junta is a fantastic game, but leads to the completely opposite effect of Psychologizer. The aim of the game is to gain full power and wealth in a simulated banana republic. The problem lies in the fact that it is an unrestricted game in which you can do anything to win the game. The more corrupt you are, the higher your chances of winning the game. Personally, I've seen strained friendships through this game, but as long as you're a good sport, it's a lot of fun.
4th chess is the oldest board game whose original date can not be completely deciphered, since in ancient times there are numerous variations in different cultures. However, the variant used today dates from the 15th century in southern Europe. You may think that this is a stupid choice, but hey, that's been around for centuries, and its continued strength is definitely proof that it's one of the city's best games.
Third Scrabble is a classic board game. Like chess, Scrabble's continued popularity is proof of its success as a board game. It's not very active, but it's intellectually stimulating.
Second skull is the one-stop-shop for board games that will definitely entertain a large group of friends. The categories include trivia, performance, language and art. Also, the way you answer the question requires a lot of innovation and ingenuity from the players. It's a fantastic party game and uses the diverse intelligence of each and every team member. I personally love the performance category.
1. monopoly For me, this is the best board game. I have to say that Monopoly taught me how to manage my finances. It also taught me how to be ambitious. And most of all, it's absolutely fun. Apart from these "lessons", it's absolutely fun. Oh, how I love it when I own the boardwalk and accidentally stop it there. At least, the members of Ibeatyou.com agree with me on Monopoly as the best game.
Yes, I know that there are many board games that may be better than my list. I do not doubt it, but those are the ones that matter most to me. Why do not you give me your own lists?