It takes two to tango... and have an awesome game night! Two-player games have come into their own, with game designers creating amazing games specifically for pairs. Check out these top-rated and most-favourite offerings!
Gameschooling is great for learning math, storytelling, geography, science, pattern recognition, spatial planning, and thinking ahead - not to mention cooperation, turn-taking, and being a good sport!
Social deduction games are ones with a hidden betrayer or bad guy. Everyone *seems* nice enough, but may have secret motives that place them at odds with the rest of the group. While your job might be to carry out some in-game mission, their job is to screw things up - better find them before they make too much of a mess!
Just because we’re social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t play good old fashioned board games - with a bit of technical assistance, of course. Here are our favourite board games for fostering remote togetherness.