Well this is the gaming forum, so it seems the most appropriate place to post this. About a year and a half ago, I made some new friends (through my wife & her co-workers/friends) and so we get together every once in a while (once a month or so?) and play board/tabletop/card games. I previously had played Magic kind of regularly at the local comic shop when I lived in Louisiana, but I found myself playing less frequently after moving (no one to play with really, and the local shops closest to me only do it once a month, so if I miss the day I need to wait a whole month), so this has filled an itch for me. Anyway, fast forward to just before Christmas and I bought a couple games, and then my wife bought me some for Christmas too. So this is what I have right now (only listing base games): 1. Dead of Winter 2. Ticket to Ride 3. Dominion 4. Zombicide 5. Carcassonne 6. Magic: the Gathering - Arena of the Planeswalkers 7. Pandemic Legacy I think we've played at least one new game (that I have yet to play at least) pretty much every time now including: Exploding Kittens, Betrayal at the House on the Hill, Smash Up, Munchkin, Dixit (and others). But I have also managed to get some co-workers to stick around after work like every two/three Fridays and play a game (we only do half days on Friday). I would say this is my new kick, as I have cut back some on my videogaming and replaced it with this. But I didn't know how many other people here played board games and such. If you don't maybe you should consider giving it a shot, and there's plenty of games that would fit a family game night while being quite a departure from games you might have played when younger: Scrabble, Monopoly, Life, Jenga, etc (not that there is anything inherently wrong with these). I know there is a Boardgame Simulator on Steam where you can play most games thanks to the modding community.