How To Upgrade Your Summer Games Night

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on July 27, 2020 in Lifestyle,
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As we head into the dog days of summer, it’s time to gather all the family for some easy, old-fashioned fun! And what better way to have fun in today’s world than playing games the way we used to play games — no screens required.

This year, upgrade your game nights with this outrageously fun quartet.

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Hasty Baker

Summer game night just got that much better with this fun card game that everyone can enjoy playing! It has recipes and ingredients plus a nice dash of strategy, plus lots of laughs and memories to create and share. Hasty Baker is such a fun, unique game for all. Bonus — you’re also learning how to cook. Available on Amazon. $17.99

Runes & Regulations

Runes & Regulations is a new 2-4 player strategic card game that combines the aggressiveness of a horde of dragons with the passive-aggressiveness of a suburban unicorn. Immerse yourself in this world of magic and the mundane by summoning mythical pets and casting powerful spells, all within the comfort of your own home. Available on Amazon. $30

Unstable Unicorns

A Toy of the Year 2019 winner, Unstable Unicorns was also a Kickstarter Top 50 Game and Top 100 Overall backed projects of all time, earning over $2M in funding. With its adorable artwork, in this compact game (perfect for travel), you’ll assemble a Unicorn Army to wreak destruction upon your opponents, all while building up your herd. Be careful not to get neighed! Available on Amazon. $19.97

Llamas Unleashed

From the creators of Unstable Unicorns comes this strategic card and party game for adults and teens. Take game night to a whole new level with cards that are sure to cause much laughter over the brilliant puns. The new game mechanics and bonuses make for a deeper level of play — and don’t forget the whimsical artwork. Available on Amazon. $19.99

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