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The Best Board Games for a Fall Night In

The Best Board Games for a Fall Night In

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It’s getting colder outside and our hibernation instincts are kicking in. It's time to skip venturing out and settle in for cozy game nights with friends. We’ve compiled a list of the top board games from Influenster for the perfect fall night in. 

Uno ($7.99)

Sitting at #1 in games on Influenster, Uno is a fun alternative to regular cards. It’s an easy, fast-paced game that’s good for large or small groups of people. The perk of this game is that it’s compact and you don’t need much space to play.

uno card game


Apples to Apples ($13.99)

A green card with a word on it is laid on the table and each player (besides the judge) has to lay down a red card that they think best describes the green card. The judge will then pick which card they think best describes the green card. The game recommends 4-10 players, but it can be played with more. This is a fun party game, because you really have to know how the “judge” thinks to win each round.

apples to apples board game


Jenga ($11.39)

This game works best with 2-4 people. It starts with a block tower, and when each player removes blocks the tower has to remain standing. This game is really easy to play, but it can be turned into a party game by writing questions on each block. It’s still played the same way, but players answer the questions as the blocks are removed.

jenga board game


Taboo ($11.11)

4 or more players are required to play this game, so it’s ideal for large groups of people. The objective of the game is to get someone else to guess the word on the card without using the other five words on the card.  

taboo board game


Monopoly ($12.99)

Monopoly is optimal for 2-6 players. The average game takes anywhere from 1-2 hours, so it’s a good game to help you spend a lot of time with friends.

monopoly game

What's your favorite board game for a cozy night in? Let us know in the comments below!


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