Monopoly – Arguably the most popular board game ever, Monopoly is a property trading game. Players (up to 4) travel around the board and try to acquire money and property in the hopes of bankrupting the other players.
Sorry! – Based on an ancient Indian cross and circle board game, Sorry! is produced by Hasbro and was released in the early 1930s. Up to 4 players roll dice and try to move their pawns around the board faster than their opponents.
Clue – Clue is the ultimate crime-solving board game. Players take turns trying to uncover who, how, and where the victim met their demise, and the first to do so wins the game.
Risk – Risk is a strategy board game of conflict and conquest, and the board itself looks like a map of the world. Players (usually between 2 and 6) take turns trying to control territories and eliminate other players along the way. The first player to control all territories wins the game.