Fans of Legos can let their imagination run wild, even on the go or virtually. The Lego Duplo World game is made for ages 4 and under, but it has a “multi-touch” function that lets family members solve puzzles and play together.
The app is free and can be downloaded on the App Store and Google Play Store.
British art institution Tate features a sort of free, family-friendly games that employment on a desktop or tablet.
Artists of all ages can use Tate’s art games to form masterpieces like van Gogh or make their own digital street art. Tate’s digital art canvases could even be used for fun family games like Pictionary.
It’s hard to go wrong with a virtual twist on a classic board game like Monopoly.
The Monopoly app brings the board game to any mobile device. Once the sport is downloaded, users can play the mobile version of Monopoly with family and friends who even have the app.
It can be purchased for $3.99 on the App Store and Google Play Store.
Families who love word puzzles might enjoy Boggle With Friends. The game challenges players to find all the possible word combinations after the board has been shuffled. Boggle With Friends has a multiplayer function that allows family members to play against each other.
The app is free on the App Store and the Google Play Store.
The game Ticket to Ride may be a travel-themed parlor game with a family play option. Ticket to Ride is a board game that takes players on magic railway rides. The winner gets to the destination faster than its competitors, thanks to strategic decisions (and luck).
The game is available for $6.99 on the App Store and the Google Play Store. It’s also available on gaming services like Steam, PS4, and more