Family Game Night Just Got Better With Asmodee : Giveaway

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How many of you are still finding it a struggle to entertain your family?! I know this is a big issue in our home as we want to find activities that do not involve screen time. Board games have become a huge hit in our household with our kids asking to have a game night practically every single day. So, we are always on the lookout for fun new games and want to share some with all of you!



game nightThe Sorcerer is out to get you! Find your way among the illusions but beware of the traitor in your ranks! The Grimoire guides their team towards the exit using images, upon which they point at certain details. Working together, the other players must find the exit as quickly as possible while avoiding traps set by the traitor. Will you find the exit, or will you be trapped in the library forever?

-Communication game based on image interpretation, that includes a traitor

-Cooperative game with asymmetrical roles

-Communication based on details in an enchanting world

-Constant suspicion prevents players from taking the lead too much

  • Age : 10+
  • Time : 30-45 min
  • Number of players : 2-8


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In Citadels, players take on new roles each round to represent characters they hire in order to help them acquire gold and erect buildings. The game ends at the close of a round in which a player erects his/her eighth building.

-A card game mixing bluffing, diplomacy, and stratagy

-Choose your characters wisely to advance your strategy

-Beware of your opponents who will want to thwart your plans

-A fun game for the entire family!

  • Age : 10+
  • Time : 45-60 min
  • Number of players : 2-8


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During the cold war, you’re the head of a spy agency and must recruit the best elements. Find your teammates, fool your enemies, and become the most influential agency. But beware the Hippies, they could very well save the world…

Secrets is a game of hidden teams, bluff, and influence

A secret identity game that takes place in the 1960s

Players are either members of the CIA or KGB, or Hippies.

Team affiliations can sometimes change during the game and must always be kept secret.

  • Age : 10+
  • Time : 15-30 min
  • Number of players : 4-8

Love Letter

game nightWill your love letter be enough to woo the Princess and capture her heart? Carefully use a cast of characters in the castle to carry your message of love to the Princess, while keeping other player’s letters away. Successfully carry your letter to her before your opponent’s catch you in order to obtain her affection and win her heart in this game of risk, deduction, and luck.

-A lightweight card game with quick gameplay

-Fun for players of all skill levels

-Perfect format for travel.

-A game of risk; deduction and luck

  • Age : 10+
  • Time : 15-30 min
  • Number of players : 2-6


Carcassonne – Hunters and Gatherers

game nightInstead of cities, roads, and farms, Carcassonne: Hunters and Gatherers has forests, rivers, lakes, and meadows. Players’ meeples can represent hunters (when placed in the meadows), gatherers (in a forest), or fishermen (on a river segment). Discover a new way to play Carcassonne!

-Experience the beloved Carcassonne in a new setting: the Stone Age

-Score points with the different animals present on the tiles!

-Includes Huts that players can places with new rules

-This is a standalone game. No other Carcassonne product is needed to play this game.

  • Age : 8+
  • Time : 30-45 min
  • Number of players : 2-5

Pandemic Rapid Response

game nightDisaster has struck, and humanity needs your help! Cities around the world are in desperate need of food, water, vaccines, and supplies. As the Crisis Response Unit, you and your team are uniquely capable of providing life-saving aid— anytime, anywhere. Pandemic: Rapid Response is an exciting real-time dice game. If you and your team manage to deliver supplies in time, your mission is a success!

-Frantic real-time gameplay

-Includes 7 unique roles and 24 custom dice

-Replay the game with extra challenges by including crisis cards to affect gameplay

-A standalone game set in the Pandemic universe

  • Age : 8+
  • Time : 15-30 min
  • Number of players : 2-4


One lucky winner is going to win a prize pack of 3 games from Asmodee from the choices above – valued at over $150!!

Giveaway is open to Canadian residents only and the winner will be chosen on Saturday, May 1st. Enter on the widget down below.

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Good Luck!


*Disclaimer: I did receive some of these games in exchange for this blog post. As always all my opinions are my own*


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    These look like awesome games! Currently our family faves are Apples to Apples, Labyrinth, and Sorry.

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    We’re big fans of Life these days – both my five year old and nine year old know how to play, and it’s rare to find a game that spans both those ages!

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    Every Sat is games night in our home! Game of Life, pay day and taboo are a hit every time. Uno and Anomia çome out every other night at bedtime.

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    My family’s favorite board game is pictopia. Thanks for the chance to win. I think my family would love carcassonne.

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    Our favorites right now are Rampage (this is the 5 year olds favorite), Alhambra and Uno. Also some of those games (Citadels, Love Letter and regular Pandemic) we taught to our 4 year old and they actually do really well if you have the time to teach them (and patience to let them make their own mistakes and learn from them).

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    We would love to try these games. The current family favorite is Settlera of Catan, although the 7 year old prefers Catan Junior (by prefers I mean is absolutely obsessed with : )

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    We like playing the classic Guess Who. The kids recently took out Killer Bunnies, and I’m hoping that’s a new favourite.

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    I have 5 granddaughters and we live board games .We love to play Candyland and snakes and ladders with the youngers ones andbthe older two love Monopoly and the game of Life .

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    One of our favourite games is by Asmodee! We love to play there escape room Unlock! games. We would LOVE to add this game pack to our collection!

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    We love to play board games so it’s hard to pick just one favorite. Pay Day, Sorry and Risk are a few of our favorites.

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