One of our family’s favorite things to do is play games and puzzles together. Everything in this gift guide is perfect for gamers, puzzlers, or both.
we have this game The concept is simple, but a lot of fun. The goal is to get as few points as possible, so once the cards are laid out you have to decide if you want to score points or play chips and say “no thank you”. If you run out of chips, you’re out of luck. The player with the fewest points wins the round!
This snowy Christmas village puzzle is so adorable. I think that 500 pieces can also be helped by children.
Explore iconic locations and national parks across the United States in this fun quick game that’s 20 minutes long. The perfect gift for couples and families. A portion of all game sales will be donated to the National Park Service!
This is a game of numerical strategy loosely based on golf that our family is absolutely obsessed with. Great for all ages and really fun to play with just two people. Even non-gamers love it because it’s very addictive and very easy to learn.
This is a team-based guessing game that requires you to communicate without speaking, using only icon cards! This is a great game for large groups of 4-12 people.
I am obsessed with this festive city scene puzzle. Lit up with illuminations and decorations, the artwork of this night city is incredible, and the work seems to use shiny gold leaf to make it sound magical.
This game looks a lot of fun and reminds me of telestration! Everyone is drawing together with the same prompts, except for one “fake painter”. They don’t know what the prompt is and want to skate without being detected as a fake artist.
A game grown-ups love, but a version for families! It’s like Apples to Apples, but the cards and prompts are funny and you’ll have a good laugh at the end.
A deluxe edition of the classic clue game we all love and grew up with. This game set is stunning, with a knurled wood and tempered glass top revealing his three-dimensional room below. work of art.
Fun for all ages! It’s a card stacking game with a very short instruction time, so you can jump right in! Kids love it because it’s a very simple picture, but it’s also great for adults because it has a lot of strategies. 2 to 7 people can play.
This dinner dare game is the perfect way to add a twist to your dinner party. Every guest is given a card at the table with different challenges to perform during the meal, but no one knows what each other’s challenges are!
Another cute puzzle that makes a great gift is not holiday themed, so it can be used all year round. I feel sorry for the puppy by the window.
This is one of the top games on Amazon for 2022. It’s about blurring the fastest answer and not revealing too much.
We have this game and we are hooked. The board game is just a gradient of colors, and the player must guess which particular hue is described using only one or he two word clues. It’s harder than you might think, and interestingly enough, we all perceive and describe colors differently!
Easy to learn and play in no time. Up to 20 people can participate. The game is all about following the crowd and guessing which answer you think the majority will agree with. I don’t want to be a weirdo in this game!
This game was voted “Best Party Game” and we played it over and over again during our summer stay at the beach house. Couldn’t get enough of it. Chameleon must do his best to blend in while everyone gives prompt clues, hoping not to get caught!
Need more ideas? Check out our gift guide for last year’s game!