Family entertainment has changed an awful lot since I was growing up. Kids just want to play on a screen of some sort, whether that is a games console, tablet or smartphone, which is actually quite anti-social and does nothing to encourage the family to spend quality time together.
Board games encourage social skills, concentration, creativity and educate as well as entertain. Unlike most computer games the board game can get the whole family interacting with each other from the youngest child to your elderly grandparents.
Here at What’s Good To Do, our reviewers have been trying out a range of board games for the kids, the family and ones just for the adults.
So, if you’re looking to put down the electronic devices and have some great fun with family and friends, read on to see what games our reviewers have been playing.
Keep checking back as more reviews are added all the time