Top 10 of Board Games With Highest Replayability

Top 10 of Board Games With Highest Replayability

What is the best board game for you? Is it the one you played just once with your friends and now it gathers dust in your closet or is it the one which will always the number 1 on your table? Let’s talk about replayability! We brought you the top 10 of best replayability games where we will find out mot only the game with the best replayability but also the games with high replayability ratings. Let’s roll!

10. Discworld Ankh-Morpork

Discworld: Ankh-Morpork

2-4 Players • Ages 11+60 minutes to play

Number 10 in our list of most replayable board games is the Discworld Ankh-Morpork. You just get a card and perfrom the actions it provides, so the rules are quiet simple. Most of the cards have more than one action and choice of doing all these actions or some of them is up to you. Some of the cards allow you to use a second card and you can combine actions.

9. Castles of Mad King Ludwig

Castles of Mad King Ludwig

1-4 Players • Ages 13+90 minutes to play

In this game players need to build a wonderful and extraordinary castle for King Ludwig II of Bavaria room by room. One of the players is Master Builder and others set prices for rooms that can be bought by other players. When you add a room to a castle you gain castle points corresponding to the size and type of designed room and bonus points for the room location. When room is finished player gets one of seven special rewards.

8. 7 Wonders

7 Wonders

2-7 Players • Ages 10+30 minutes to play

In this game you need to collect resources, develop your trade and prove your military supremacy. Build your city and create the architectural masterpiece which will transcend you in the future times. Game lasts for three ages where players play their cards to collect resources and perform many other actions. One of the best games in our opinion!

7. Arkham Horror

Arkham Horror

1-8 Players • Ages 12+120-240 minutes to play

In the year 1926, alien creatures called Ancient Ones are trying to the emptiness break the gates between their and our world. These gates are opening and they must be closed before the Ancient Ones destroy our world. Only a small group of hero can take a stand. Will they make it?

6. Smash Up

Smash Up

2-4 Players • Ages 12+45 minutes to play

This is the “shufflebuilding” game. It starts with taking the twenty-card decks of two factions and then shuffling them into a forty-card deck. Then players compete in smashing of your opponents bases! Each faction provides its own game mechanics – pirates can move cards, zombies can bring cards back from the discarded pile and dinosaurs have huge power. Every combination of factions can bring you a different game experience.

5. Cosmic Encounter

Cosmic Encounter

3-5 Players • Ages 12+60-120 minutes to play

In this game you will need to establish a galactic empire. In the deep of space the alien races of the Cosmos are fighting to take control over the universe. Players can choose from lots of alien races. Each of them has the unique power to create an empire that will join the galaxy.

4. Race for the Galaxy

Race for the Galaxy

2-4 Players • Ages 12+30-60 minutes to play

As in the Cosmic Encounter, in this game you will have to build a galactic civilization. To do that, players use cards which show worlds or technical and social developments. Some worlds allow players to develop goods, which can be used to gain more cards or victory points.

Well, it’s time to see what’s in top 3 of high replayability board games!

3. Zombie Fluxx

Zombie Fluxx

2-10 Players • Ages 8+10-40 minutes to play

This is the zombie card game with constantly changing rules. At the game start each player has three cards and he draws one card per turn and then plays one card. By playing cards, you can put new rules into play that change numerous aspects of the game.

2. Agricola


1-5 Players • Ages 12+30-150 minutes to play

This board game has very high replay value! You’re a farmer who tries to get. Each turn you can take only two actions such as collecting clay, wood or stone and so on. If you need kids in to get more work done, first you will need to enlarge your house. And what are you going to feed all these little bastards?

1. Dominion


2-4 Players • Ages 13+30 minutes to play

And now it’s time for the best replayable board game – Dominion! In this game you play as a monarch, who rules a small pleasant kingdom of rivers and evergreen trees. Of course, you have hopes and dreams but you want a bigger and more wonderful kingdom with more shining rivers and a wider field of trees! Have you ever wanted to live like this? Your dreams come true with Dominion!

Nowadays, replayability in games is one of the key features. Why? Well, when you buy a game, you want to be sure that you will play it again. Our top 10 ensures that each game from 10 to 1 will be with you everywhere! Which game is your favorite? Feel free to discuss our list and add your games to our top. Yours faithfully, BoardGameKing!

Readers’ opinion

BoardGameKing loves to make up Top 10 of totally different board games. They are popular among our readers via our site and many social medias like twitter, instagram and etc. People are very interested to read these tops and they like to comment and share opinions about their favorite board games. We decided to write some words about proposed board games in our top 10’s. Let’s see what we’ve got!

Isle of Skye


2-5 Players • Ages 8+30-50 minutes to play

“Isle of Skye” is the tile-laying board game. Your objective as a chieftain of a clan is to build your own kingdom and score as many points as you can. A player who has the best kingdom is the winner.

Hansa Teutonica

hansa teutonica

2-5 Players • Ages 12+45-90 minutes to play

In this game you take the role of a trader. You will have to build a network of offices and take control over the city. Players need to get as more VP’s as they possibly can.

Betrayal at House on the Hill

Betrayal at house on the hill

3-6 Players • Ages 12+60 minutes to play

Have you ever wanted to build your haunted house? Now you have the opportunity to make it in the Betrayal at House on the Hill using the tile mechanics. Moreover, there is a traitor around and it’s the question of survival to catch him!

Though these games are not in our lists, it’s time to make a difference – leave a comment below the top and we will include the board game you suggest in our further top 10’s. Feel free to share your thoughts with us and watch our new articles and tops!

14 comments on “Top 10 of Board Games With Highest Replayability

  1. Some good choices on this list, but I don’t see what you’re using to define if a game is replayable. For instance, I don’t think Castles of Mad King Ludwig is any more replayable than most games – what do you think sets it apart?

    1. I know several people who played it very, very many times. And then when they had no one to play, they played it alone.

  2. Suggestion: Replace “Race for the Galaxy” with “Roll for the Galaxy,” a superior version. I like all your picks, though.

    1. Thank you for your opinion! Maybe you would like to add something here?

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