BGG Hotness
Saturday, October 24, 2020
BoardGameGeek
The Hotness List. Thanks to our friends at Board Game Geek (TM)

Best Deals
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Top100
The biggest deals available on LiQD BoardGames Market Place

Newly Added
Saturday, October 24, 2020
New Games added to LiQD BoardGames

Most Viewed
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Top100
The most viewed games on LiQD BoardGames.

Top 15 Board Games to Start a Game Collection with the Game Boy Geek
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Top 10
Dan King's 15 board games to start a game collection with. These are the games The Game Boy Geek thinks are the best ones to introduce new players from different genres in the board game industry. They are great for newbies.They are easy to learn & teach, but are a blast to play and would be a great start to anyone’s collection.

Top 15 "Next Step" Board Games with the Game Boy Geek
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Top 10
The Game Boy Geek's top 15 “Next Step” board games! This is a follow up to Dan King's recent video “Top 15 Games to Start a Collection With”. These are the games he thinks are the best ones after you’ve played some of the ones from that other video.

Top 5 Games of Summer 2020 - Joel Eddy Drive Thru Games
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Top 10
A run-down of Joel Eddy's top 5 games from the Summer of 2020

Top 50 Games of All Time (2019) - Joel Eddy Drive Thru Games
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Top100
A run-down of Joel Eddy's favorite 50 games of all time as of 2019.

Top 10 Essential Games for Gamers - The Dice Tower
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Top 10
Join in as Tom, Zee, and Sam share their takes on the 10 games everyone should own!

Most Wanted
Thursday, October 22, 2020
The most sought after games. Get them while they are hot.

Most Owned
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Games owned by the most people on LiQD BoardGames

BGG Top 100
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
BoardGameGeek,Top100
The Top 100 as ranked by our friends at Board Game Geek (TM)

Newly Listed
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Games newly listed for sale.

LiQD Top 100
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Top100
The Top 100 as ranked by LiQD BoardGames

Top 10 Games to Play with Your Family When Stuck In
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Top100
As we're all stuck in the house more these days, it might be a good time to find a way to get everyone face-to-face together around the table, off their screens and reconnect. Board games are a perfect for this. We've compiled a list of ten of our families' favorites.

Biggest Sellers
Friday, October 2, 2020
The biggest sellers on LiQD BoardGames

Top 10 Games for Starting a Collection
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Top100
How do you start a board game collection? If you are new to board-gaming, it might seem overwhelming to choose a few games which can serve as a solid base from which to build. The following games, in our experience, are strong candidates to start a collection (although by no means is this an exhaustive list). Overall, these games are easier to learn but represent a variety of standard game mechanics and themes. Once you learn these, you will feel comfortable with a variety of more advanced games.

Top 10 (12 really) Board Games to Play with your Family when Stuck In
Thursday, March 19, 2020
While we're all at home more these days, one way to get the whole family away from their screens and away from each other's throats is to sit around the table and engage in a battle of wits. There are dozens of great family board games that can help do just that. Here are our favorites.

Grail Games
Thursday, March 12, 2020
“Holy Grail” games are games we’ve heard tales of from elder board gamers from when board games were few and far between. Some of these legendary games predated BGG.com and, in some cases, the Internet. Some were made when there was only one non-mass market board game maker -- Avalon Hill, the company that brought hexes to the original war gamer grognards. Here we present some of these games.

Al Grimes - Games to Start a Collection
Thursday, March 12, 2020
How do you start a board game collection? If you are new to board-gaming, it might seem overwhelming to choose a few games which can serve as a solid base from which to build. The following games, in our experience, are strong candidates to start a collection (although by no means is this an exhaustive list). Overall, these games are easier to learn but represent a variety of standard game mechanics and themes. Once you learn these, you will feel comfortable with a variety of more advanced games.
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