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Boardgame Christmas Stocking Fillers

That's right the holiday season is upon once again. It might seem a little bit early to be doing things like recommending games but things have seemed quite busy in terms of shipping so i felt it would be good to do a list now so you can get ahead with your xmas shopping. Just below we have list of games that will great little stocking fillers. Its their size and their price point that makes them perfect for this category.

Love Letter

Love letter has always been a fantastic small card game and since its update now looks even more fantastic and plays to six players without loosing any of its charm.

Love Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck for 2–6 players. Your goal is to get your love letter into Princess Annette's hands while removing suitors. On a turn, you draw one card, and play one card, trying to expose others and knock them from the game. Powerful cards lead to early gains, but make you a target. Rely on weaker cards for too long, however, and your letter may be tossed in the fire!

Colour Brain Mini

Ah colour brain, a quiz game where most people are bound to have an answer its just a matter of whether they are recalling the colour of something.

All you have to do is work out which of the 11 Colour Cards in your hand correctly answers one of Colourbrain’s crafty questions. Get it right and you could be in luck. Now you need the other teams to get it wrong to walk off with the points — while they turn green with envy.

Mr Listers Quiz Shootout

What's this two quiz style games from big potato games? Yes your not mistaken. They do great fun games and often at very reasonable prices. Mr lister is no different. the reason i chose these is they are also perfectly playable on a video chat with family members this holiday season.

Each round, Mr Lister will ask a question with multiple answers and each team will get three shots to hit a correct answer. If they’re lucky, they’ll head straight to the Last Chance Saloon to play the impossible question.

High Society

This one is a little bit of reach, its the most expensive on the list but its not the price of a big box either. I would say its a good shout as stocking stuffer for the gamer in your life.

In Reiner Knizia's High Society, players bid against each other to acquire the various trappings of wealth (positive-number and multiplier cards) while avoiding its pitfalls (negative number and divisor cards). While bidding, though, keep an eye on your remaining cash - at the end of the game, even though all those positive-number cards might add up to a win, the player with the least money isn't even considered for victory.

Dobble

Our last suggestion is probably something aimed at the younger members of the family. Dobble reminds me of like an advanced version of snap and in its affordable tin there are a couple ways to play.

Each card in original Dobble features eight different symbols, with the symbols varying in size from one card to the next. Any two cards have exactly one symbol in common. For the basic Dobble game, reveal one card, then another. Whoever spots the symbol in common on both cards claims the first card, then another card is revealed for players to search, and so on. Whoever has collected the most cards when the 55-card deck runs out wins!

I hope you've found something small to get for this Christmas I will try do something with recommendations for bigger games soon. have a good one

-E