International Games Week
November 8-14 is International Games Week! While we can’t have any in-person programs at the library right now (wear your mask, wash your hands, and stay at least 6 feet away from folks!), there are still ways to celebrate.
Our collection of table-top games is still growing and ready to be taken home and played! In addition to games for adults and teens, we have also have a dedicated collection of games for young children!
If you’d like to try some new games without leaving home, here are a number of Print-and-Play games to try! Just download the files, print (you can print at the library if needed) and try them out! Let us know which games your family enjoyed!
Print and Play Games
Caterpillar Feast (Venntik Games): Eat your way through the leaves before the owl finds you!
Pandemic: Hot Zone (Asmodee): A little on the nose to be sure, but you’ll certainly want to try the latest in the Pandemic series. Additionally, Asmodee has a wide range of other print and play games and resources can be found on the Asmodee Print and Play site (including some in languages other than English)
Rolling Realms (Stonemaier Games): Nine games on one page that highlight Stonemaier’s best work.
Orchard (Mark Tuck): Grab as much fruit as you can by overlapping tiles in the most advantageous way in this simple and clever game.
Mint Cooperative (Five24 Labs): A mint-based superhero game designed to fit in an Altoids tin.
Love Letter Sender (Z-man Games): A medieval card-based take on the world of online dating with very nice illustrations.
Bullfrogs (Thunderworks Games): Fight your way across lily pads in this nicely illustrated card game.