Video games are huge with teenagers today - but it does not have to be that way. If your child is spending too much time in front of a screen consider introducing them to one of these games, both are based on video game plots and video game formats:
King Of Tokyo
Take turns rolling six dice to win victory points, gain energy, restore health, or attack other players. King of Tokyo takes strategy to destroy Toyko by accumulating 20 victory points and win the game! This game can teach more than just strategy, but patience as well. You cannot win the game in one or two turns. It takes time to develop and accumulate enough points to win.
Boss Monster about strategy as well. Attract and destroy adventurers by building your dungeon one room at a time. Each room has a value to lure in Heroes. Similar to King of Tokyo, this game requires a lot of patience.
There is a whole community of people who love these types of board games. Introducing your kids to them is not only steering them away from digital games, but is introducing them to a whole community of board game advocates and new friends.
Board games are a great way to get friends and family together and bring kids away from their electronics. Finding the perfect game can make all the difference. Our experts go through extensive training to make sure we know all about our products and the hottest games. Stop by and let us help you find your perfect game for your kid!