Break out the board games!
- Game night in Lodi
We turned to the Lodi News-Sentinel Facebook page to ask our readers what games they play with their families.
Leah Mettler Reposa
“We do game night all the time. We started game night when we dropped our cable bill, and I have to tell you, we enjoy game nights a whole lot more than we ever did TV!”
“They aren’t board games, but the family and I used to play ‘Mario Kart’ after Thanksgiving dinner. It was fun but unfortunately the controllers have been deceased.”
“We play Texas Hold ‘em, ‘Pictionary,’ ‘Apples to Apples’ and ‘Scattergories.’ It’s always fun.”
“We play poker on Thanksgiving after turkey. Always.”
“My family loves to play ‘Rummikub.’”
Posted: Friday, November 29, 2013 9:22 am
These games are the top ten most popular, according to sales. No surprises here: the top ranked games have been around for thousands of years. Has your family played these, or do they gather dust in the cupboard?
1. Chess has its roots in India way back in the sixth century, though the modern game can trace its origin to around the year 1200.
Friday, November 29, 2013 9:22 am.