Get to know your U-Con Games Library (pt. 3)

Games Library Curator again, talking to you this time about the next generation of gamers. Just because you are in charge of looking after the wee ones doesn’t mean you can’t also game. The Games Library has several games geared towards the younger crowd: Fluxx has a family edition with simpler rules for the gamers in training and you don’t even have to read to play Loch Ness.


Banana Party is a big hit with the tiny gamers because who doesn’t like monkeys? Monster Laundry has Monsters who *are* the laundry (don’t get your hopes up though, I’m not sure Junior will be ready to take over that household chore…unless your laundry is all monsters). Super Vampire is a game where everyone participates as play goes on so nobody gets bored and Tiger Stripes is my newest addition. I don’t even know how to play it (but I’d absolutely be willing to crack it out and learn).
-Jeannette Q


Nick runs U-Con's social media. He got re-involved with board gaming when he found most of a copy of HeroQuest at a garage sale. His current favorite games are Codenames, Boss Monster, and Roll for the Galaxy, but he'd love for someone to show him how to play Tiny Epic Quest.