Why Are Board Games So Trendy?

The data is in and board games are more popular than ever, experiencing explosive, double-digit industry growth. But they've been around in some form or another since 3500 BC (you read that right), which begs the question: Why Board Games and Why Now? Nonstop Tabletop examines the tabletop trend sweeping the globe.

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Pandemic Board Game Review | All Versions Reviewed

Everything Pandemic! Descriptions, mini reviews and details on ALL Pandemic Games, Expansions and Spin-Offs, all in one place. Plus all Pandemic games ranked. Nonstop Tabletop gives you everything you'll need to save the world!

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Trash Pandas Board Game Review

Trash Panda is a press your luck, dice rolling, hand management game. A die is rolled, claiming an action. You can continue to roll until you choose to stop, possibly gaining more actions with each roll. However, players must be weary, if you roll the same symbol twice you bust and no actions are carried out. Points are scored by stashing cards. The player with the most of each card type scores the most points. This game is great for all ages and is highly recommended by Nonstop Tabletop!

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Cooks & Crooks Board Game Review

Cooks and Crooks is a family game with card drafting and hand management mechanics. This is a lighthearted game that everyone can enjoy. Players fulfill dishes to earn points while sabotaging opponents to sneak ahead. There is a bit of "take that" but it's balanced out to fit all ages. Nonstop Tabletop recommends this game in every family gamer household!

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The Last Garden Board Game Review

The Last Garden is a post apocalyptic worker placement game in which players use Robotanists to recreate the one remaining humans childhood garden. The game is played over multiple rounds and is won by gaining the most Favor Cog tokens. The game has a bit of an aggressive "take that" feel but is balanced out with adorable robot meeples and beautiful gems. This is a must play game!

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