Have you ever wondered why you cannot learn certain games as well as others? Or felt confused why some people picked up the strategy in new games quicker than you? Perhaps it is as simple as this: some people already have a fundamental understanding of the mechanics of the game from playing similar games. This could enable them to move beyond the rules and background workings of the game. They are able to think about their moves and tactics instead.
There’s been a Murder!!!Just kidding – but if you enjoy solving a good old-fashioned ‘who dunnit’ you’ve probably played Cluedo to death. So here are 5 Lazy Horse recommendations for games that are similar to the classic murder mystery board … Read More
It’s the best selling board game of modern times. Hundreds of millions of copies of Monopoly have been bought since it was first published in 1935. At the last time of counting there exist over 1000 different versions of the … Read More
The title of this blog post might seem a little contradictory “5 board games for people who don’t like board games”….. Why am I reading this if I don’t like board games? Why am I even on this website if … Read More
Hey families! Anybody struggling with limiting screen time and increasing quality family time? You’re not alone! We all know we spend far too much time on our phones – scrolling, liking, sharing, shopping… Apparently children and teenagers (ages 5-15) spend … Read More
Jack-O-Lanterns, haunted houses, skeletons, zombies, goblins…Halloween is nearly here! If you would like to organise your own spooky board game night on the 31st October we have listed our favourite board games. Get your family, pals or housemates ready for … Read More
As suggested by the name the objective is usually to escape a fictional room or place. These cooperative board games are great fun so get your thinking cap on! Escape Room (or Exit Game) board games are inspired by real-life … Read More
Roll and write games are exactly as the name suggests – you roll the dice and then you write, or mark, something on a piece of paper or wipeable sheet. These are usually small and quick games. We think they’re … Read More