Ars Technica’s ultimate board game gift guide, 2021 edition – Ars Technica

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– Dec 3, 2021 12:00 pm UTC
It’s that time of year again—time to buy more board games than you possibly have time to play.
To aid you in your quest, we’ve once again updated our massive board game buyer’s guide for the year by adding new entries (including a bunch of games from 2020 and 2021), pruning some old entries, and bringing things in line with our current thoughts. The list is divided into sections that cater to different audiences, and we think there’s something here for everyone—even those who don’t yet know they like board games.
Whether you’re looking to pick up your next cardboard obsession or need a gift idea for your weird cousin who’s always going on about “efficient resource trade routes,” you’re in the right place.
Aaron Zimmerman, Nate Anderson, Keith Law, and Tom Mendelsohn contributed to this guide.
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