The Best College Board Games
Board games are a past time that will make a comeback in your college days, even with the added rounds of BP, Rage Cage, etc. while partying. No longer reserved for just the hardcore DnD players, casual social board games have become a highlight of many gatherings. Whether you’re looking to have fun pre-gaming prior to heading out for the night, or you’re looking for an activity to enjoy with friends, our hand selected list of games will strengthen friendships and provide ample laughs. If college board games are less your thing, make sure to check our top dorm sports too, or consider a online app based game like Among Us. While not all may actually have a board, these college board games are tried and tested party pleasers, so enjoy our affiliated list with the best college board games!
1. Cards Against Humanity - College Party Game
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Now version 2.0! Over 150 new cards since the last version. Contains 500 white cards and 100 black cards for maximum replayability. Includes a booklet of sensible game rules and preposterous alternate rules. America’s #1 gerbil coffin.
2. Codenames - College Board Game
Codenames is a social word game with a simple premise and challenging game play. Two rival spymasters know the secret identities of 25 agents. Their teammates know the agents only by their codenames. The teams compete to see who can make contact with all of their agents first. Spymasters give one-word clues that can point to multiple words on the table.
3. Jenga for College
Pull out a bock without crashing the stack to win at Jenga. Includes 54 Jenga hardwood blocks, stacking sleeve with instructions. Genuine hardwood blocks. Simple, solid, and timeless. It takes skill, strategy, and luck! Challenge yourself or play with friends.
4. One Night Ultimate Werewolf - for College Game Nights
The original among us. Each player gets a unique role: A Werewolf, Seer, Troublemaker, or another, all with special abilities. After a secret night phase that includes changing roles, players have just 5 minutes to find a Werewolf. Includes a free iOS/Android app that makes playing incredibly engaging and addictive.
5. Catan - Classic College Board Game
Your adventurous settlers seek to tame the remote but rich isle of Catan. Start by revealing Catan’s many harbors and regions: pastures, fields, mountains, hills, forests, and desert. The random mix creates a different board virtually every game. 60 minute games with 3-4 players, this is a game of the century award winner.
6. Rummikub, The Original Rummy Tile Game - College Board Game of Wits
Players take turns placing numbered tiles in runs or groups, Rummy style – the first player to use all of their tiles wins. Fast-paced, easy gameplay is ideal for people of different ages to play together. Great pattern matching game to battle intellectual wits. For 2-4 players.
7. College Monopoly Board Game For The Dorm
Monopoly for millennials game is just as relevant for college students and gen z: adulting is hard; take a break from the rat race with this edition of the monopoly game. Ideal for college parties and get-togethers. Choose cool places and destinations: collect experience points by visiting the hottest destination.
8. Pandemic - Cooperative College Game Night Game
As skilled members of a disease fighting team, you and the other players work together to keep the world safe from outbreaks and epidemics. Pandemic is a cooperative board game in which players work as a team to treat infections around the world while gathering resources for cures, 2 – 4 players. 45 minutes.
9. King of Tokyo - Dorm Board game
King of Tokyo is a game for 2 to 6 players where you play as mutant monsters, rampaging robots, or even abominable aliens battling in a fun, chaotic atmosphere. Roll the dice and choose your strategy: Will you attack your enemies? Heal your wounds? Improve your Monster? Stomp your path to victory!
10. Dixit - Old School College Board Game
One player selects a card from their hand and speaks a word, phrase, or sentence represented by the picture. The others then play a card which best represents what was said. The cards are revealed and each player votes for the best image. Points are awarded for correct guesses, clever choices, and good stories.