Posted Friday, 26-Dec-2014
You never know when the perfect opportunity to play a game will arise, and the only way to truly be prepared is to know what travel board games you like best. You can’t always carry around a huge, modular board game set up or lay out a bulky board with movable pieces in the car or on an airplane tray table. Don’t fret, there are plenty of travel board games that pack just as much fun, and leave the bulky board at home. Pick up your favorite with the lowest price here on BoardGamePrices, and let us know if you’ve got any good ones that we missed.
Love Letter – Bringing travel board games into the world of romance, Love Letter makes up to four players fight for the chance to get their letter into the hands of the desirable Princess of Tempest. Whether you choose to race your letter into the hands of the princess, or destroy every other letters’ chances, this twenty-minute game is quick, fun, simple and holds a ton of replay value for long trips.
Times Square – When you’re on the go, sometimes it’s best to stick to a two-player game, and Times Square keeps two players engaged and wanting to play over and over again. With an average gameplay time of around 15-20 minutes, Times Square goes back and forth between attack and counterattack, and focuses around a few restrictions and tricks to keep both players on their toes. This German board game gives players on the go an exciting run every time.
These are just two of our favorite travel board games; check out our Get That Game guide below, and find the best prices here on BoardGamePrices. Do you have any awesome travel board games that didn’t make our list? Let us know!
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