Sunday, February 12, 2023

Board Games To Play With Your Little Valentines

I received these products for review.  If you're looking for a fun way to spend Valentine's Day with your family, consider these awesome board games from Hasbro!  You can find them at the major retailers.

When 6 guests arrive at Boden Black’s mansion, they're not sure what to expect.  And when their host turns up dead after revealing a sinister blackmail scheme, the pressure is on.  Race against the other players to crack the case by gathering clues and narrowing down choices.  Each player tracks their clues in a detective notepad and eliminates information to sleuth out who killed Mr. Black, where in the mansion they did it and what weapon was used.  Roll a magnifying glass icon?  Draw a Clue card to add to the intrigue!  A player might open a new secret passage or get to name a weapon they want revealed.  Be the first to make the correct accusation and win the game!  

This Clue murder mystery game is beautifully reimagined with a dazzling cast of characters, luxurious setting and a fresh storyline.  It's a fun game for families, friends, mystery fans and kids ages 8 and up!  Clue and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Clue is a classic board game that people have been enjoying for years.  I grew up playing it and I have so many fond memories of sitting around the kitchen table with my family, trying to be the first to figure out who did it, where and with what.  Now Clue has a new updated look with reimagined characters, game pieces and board.  And I am looking forward to playing this game and creating memories with my kids just like my parents did with me and my siblings!

Another family favorite from my childhood is Monopoly.  But it was a bit overwhelming for the younger children.  So I was thrilled to see Monopoly Discover!  The Monopoly Discover board game offers fun teaching tools for families.   It features a double sided gameboard with 2 levels of play, so you can decide which level is right for the family!  One side focuses on counting and matching, recommended for kids ages 4-5.  Flip the board over for more advanced play, focusing on reading and simple math, recommended for kids ages 6 and up. 

Gameplay in each level uses its own set of Monopoly money and cards, as well as rules.  Inspired by Monopoly classic gameplay - after all, every billionaire starts somewhere!  The game is a great choice for a family game night, and makes a fun gift for kids ages 4 and up.

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