Series: Vintage Toyshop Mysteries
Author: Barbara Early
I have been quarantined with Dad--and his awful puns--for weeks now, but one thing we still enjoy doing together is playing board games. I guess I hadn't been paying attention to how many of the games I enjoyed playing required three or more people, but we have dusted off a few that only take two.
I am planning to make a special display when we do open the vintage toyshop--maybe next week! But here's a sneak peek of a few of the games that can be easily played with two players:
If you're in for a word game, and you're ready to move beyond Scrabble, try one of these:
If you feel you've had enough words, maybe a tile placement game?
Here's a hint, if you're going to play Patchwork, the last person who used a needle goes first, so... Dad gets a little miffed at this rule, but since I've been making masks, well...
And here are a couple more of our favorites...
Codenames Duet is cooperative, so you're both working together to beat the game, which adds a different element to it.
Disclaimer: Author has received no compensation for any boardgame recommendations.
Have you been playing any board games?