What Are The Best Cooperative Board Games?

Board games have been the number one go to platform of families, circle of friends or even acquaintances whenever there are gatherings, camping, house get together or even small events. While board games are great to play with group of people, it is also a competitive game because there are always winners and losers. But if you are not a competitive type of person, there are board games that can be played in a cooperative setting. Hence, you no longer have to worry about winning or losing. All you have to do is to cooperate with your team and find the success of the game. As such, here are some of the best cooperative board games.

Pandemic

Talking about cooperative board games, Pandemic is probably one of the best choices. This game promotes and focuses on teamwork, communication, prioritization, and thinking up clever solutions to problems before all you die. This game has no competition at all. You need to work together to save every player from death.

Mysterium

Another great board game that promotes cooperation is Mysterium. This game was being played untranslated and unlocalized at different gaming events and conventions. It is considered by many as a wonderfully weird board game.

Betrayal at House on the Hill

In this game, the one and only main goal is to escape through parachutes hideen in the attic. It may sound easy but, with 4 players in the game, there are only 2 parachuttes to escape. Hence, this game is a gripping, bizzare and yet surprising board game.

Forbidden Island

If you are looking for a lighter version of Pandemic experience, you must check out this interesting board game – Pandemic Island. In this game, you need to run over time to recover artefacts on a sinking island. And as a team, you need to embark on a do-or-die quest together.

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