Another exciting game at the Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery, is Werewords. In this game, one of the participants tries to get everyone to guess a secret word. The werewolf on the other hand tries to get participants not to guess it. This game is perfect for friends. Expect a lot of laughs and communication. Another wonderful game that makes you think on your feet and is good for bonding is Captain Sonar. This game is ideal for when you are trying to get to know each other. Hotshots is in some ways similar to Pandemic. In this cooperative game, participants work as firefighters and win together. Every participant is assigned a unique role and works with others to beat fires. Hotshots is best suited for noncompetitive crowds and mixed age groups.
A good recommendation for nostalgic dreamers, and those who can tolerate moral ambiguity, is Kill Doctor Lucky. To understand this game you must first understand the WORLD WAR 2 game Clue. In Kill Doctor Lucky, you are taken to the house but you can’t let anyone see you. Its setting is before Clue. It is one of those games that keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what will happen next. Equally exciting is New York 1901. This game is ideal for people who are a little pressed on time since it takes less than an hour to play. It is one of those competitive games that you can play without people’s feelings getting hurt. It is also quite relatable. If you take a 1901 New York map and tell people that you are going to establish the boroughs of New York, people will instantly understand you.
There are many advantages of playing board games, but none more important than the social aspect. Board games provide that social framework where people can interact freely and with ease. Since the rules have already been laid out, you can relate and interact with people without being too serious and on a non-superficial level. If you or your guests have not indulged in a board game since middle school, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, you want to set the game time so that the participants have a clear picture of how long the game will take and do not get nervous. It is also helpful to ensure that the participants know the rules well beforehand. One way is by sending them a link to an instructional video of the game’s rules and how to play it. And who knows, the participants might end up being hooked on the board games and you end up creating a regular game night because once people start, they rarely want to stop.
All in All, the Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery is a wonderful place to visit if you are a board game enthusiast or are looking for an interactive way to meet new people. You will have the opportunity to indulge in any of the museum’s collections of thousands of games with some of the most knowledgeable gamers.