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11 Board Games for couples to play

Everyone is going a little stir-crazy these days. Have some fun with your significant other by trying some of these awesome card & board games that couples can enjoy. We compiled this list of two-player board games to help bored couples find something to do during the covid quarantine. Take a look!

1.

Talking Point Couples

Get to know each other better with a conversation that is both fun and engaging. Discover new things about your husband, wife, or partner and open up a new level of closeness by going deeper with 200 questions more interesting than "how was work?" Keep the conversation lively in your relationship.

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Twister

The classic game that tangles players up in knots! See where the spinner lands and make a move. Entertainment follows as players twist, rotate, tangle, and try to keep their hands and feet stuck to the mat. Once a player falls over, or their knee or elbow touches the mat, they're out. The last player standing wins!

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3.

Truth or Dare for Couples

A small container with naughty truths and risqué dares for couples to have amazing entertainment. The cards are friendly for all orientations. Ideal size to toss in your bag or luggage for a vacation.

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4.

Our Moments Couples

Get out of your comfort zone and remind each other why you're together in the first place. Great for new couples and old learn about each other in ways you never considered.

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5.

Battleship

Battleship brings together competition, strategy, and excitement! Two players each search for the opponent's ships and destroy them one by one. Each player announces the coordinates of each strike and sees if it hits. Position your ships strategically to survive an enemy's relentless strikes; no one is safe in this game of stealth and suspense.

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6.

Jenga

It's the classic block-stacking, column crashing game. Stack the wooden blocks in a tower, take turns pulling out blocks one by one until the whole stack collapses.

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7.

Codenames Duet

Codenames duet keeps the fundamental components of codenames the same. Give one-word clues to try to get someone to identify your agents among those on the table; the difference is now you're working together as a team to find all of your agents.

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8.

Guess Who?

Each player chooses a mystery character card then uses yes or no questions to figure out the other player's person. Challenge opponents to a set of games, or up the challenge by limiting certain questions, for example, is your character a boy or a girl?

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9.

Scrabble

The ultimate crossword game. Organize letters together, form words, add up your points and win! Use your letters to score points and compete against your family and friends.

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10.

Quoridor

The game is relatively simple, to win, reach your opponent's side of the board. On your turn, move your piece or place a wall to slow down your opponent—simple rules with complex strategy.

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11.

Rushi

It's a fast-paced board game for two players. The goal is to get all your tiles to your opponent's side. Use strategies like blocking and trapping to win against your opponent. Every game is different.

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