Great October Board Games

A man playing chess with a skeleton
Welcome back to the Verde at Howard Square Blog! In this month’s post, we’re sharing a few board games that are perfect for October. Play these in your Baltimore, MD apartment before the month is through.

The following titles and descriptions were found on boardgamegeek.com:

Ghost Stories — Ages 12+

Ghost Stories is a cooperative game in which the players protect the village from incarnations of the lord of hell – Wu-Feng – and his legions of ghosts before they haunt a town and recover the ashes that will allow him to return to life. Each Player represents a Taoist monk working together with the others to fight off waves of ghosts.”

Ghost Fightin’ Treasure Hunters — Ages 8+

“In Ghost Fightin' Treasure Hunters, a.k.a. Geister, Geister, Schatzsuchmeister!, four intrepid treasure hunters are on a quest, searching for precious hidden jewels, but the phantoms in this house do not give up their bounty easily. As their ghoulish numbers grow, the treasure hunters must work together to acquire all eight jewels and escape the house before it becomes fully haunted or else face their own gruesome demise.”

Fearsome Floors — Ages 10+

For up to 7 players, this is “a wonderful race game in which the players must move through a dungeon as quickly as possible – or at least within 14 turns – before it crumbles over their heads. Players could reach the exit in only seven turns if everything were peaceful and quiet, but unfortunately the dungeon is also the home of a very hungry monster! Each round, players take turns moving one disk at a time, flipping over the disk after moving it to reveal the movement points available for the next round. They can try to lead the monster, who is always after fresh prey, to opponent's' pieces, but they may find themselves eaten instead! Pieces can slide along blood slicks or might be crushed between a boulder and a wall. You can even try to get the monster to teleport to another part of the board, where it will fall upon its next victim!”

Do you have a favorite board game that you like to play around this time of year? Share it in the comments below so that we all can play. Happy Halloween!

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