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Board games and chill. This has a different vibe. We all enjoy playing board games on any given day or on a weekend with family and friends, not only because it’s entertaining but also because it’s refreshing. So we set aside the electronics and chose some good old-fashioned games. I’ve selected five rare gem board games for you that are suitable for both a family party and two players.


This fantastic board game is ideal for any occasion and has an intriguing concept! Players collect and play train car cards to claim train routes across the map in this 2–5 player game. The length of the claimed routes determines the score. The cards determine who takes the longest continuous route and whether the players connect to distant cities. It’s a lot of fun, with fewer rules and plenty of strategy!


This rare gem is a must-play for strategy fans and a slightly intense game for family night. Splendor is a 2-4 player resource management game in which players compete for the game’s most prestigious points. The primary goal is to amass 15 or more points before any other player. The following elements are included in the game: 40 gemstone tokens, 7 Emerald, Sapphire, Ruby, Diamond, Onyx, and 5 Gold Coins (Wild) are represented as poker chips. In addition, there are 90 development cards and 10 Noble tiles.Your goal is to collect enough resources to reach higher points, and as previously stated, the player with the most points wins, but in the event of a tie, the player with the fewest development cards wins. It’s a royal game with a lot of strategy and fun.


Jaipur is a two-player card-cumulative board game. In Jaipur, players are expected to assume the roles of the two most powerful merchants in Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital. Your goal is to become Maharaja’s personal trader by collecting and exchanging goods such as silver, gold, gems, leather spices, or cloth. After valuing the total goods in each player’s deck, the player with the most camels in their herds receives a camel token worth 5 points, also known as the “seal of excellence.” So, if a player has two seals of excellence, that player wins. Isn’t it fascinating? So, don’t put off playing this game any longer.


This is an abstract strategy board game in which players are challenged to decorate the tiles. The scores are determined by the arrangement of the tiles. It’s a two-player game in which the player who scores the most points wins. This is the simplest game, with few rules and strategies, and it provides 30–45 minutes of entertainment.


Aah…! A timeless classic! This is a multiplayer board game in which settlers establish settlements on Catan’s island. The goal of the game is to accumulate 10 victory points by constructing settlements, roads, cities, and other structures as they settle the island. The first person to ten points wins. This is a deep strategy game that is a lot of fun and worth 1-2 hours of your time on a game day.


There you have it, folks! These are the 5 Family or friend night board games you can try out which will not disappoint you! Try these out and let me know in the comments which one you like the most!

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