Inside: Classic Board Games Based on TV Shows.
Everyone has their favorite television shows or movies to watch. I know for us, we love the popular classic comedy tv shows like The Office and Friends. But we also LOVE shows like Game of Thrones and Stranger things.
Combining our two favorite forms of entertainment, shows and games, is a total Friday night dream!
From trivia cards and one-of-a-kind board features to twists on classic games, these board games based on TV shows are great for growing collections, for fans, for parties and for those who are obsessed with these hit TV shows and cinematic classics.
Classic Board Games Based on TV Shows
GoT Monopoly: Game of Thrones meets the fast-dealing property trading game in this Monopoly game for GoT fans. The game board, packaging, tokens, money, chance cards, and game pieces are all inspired by the popular TV series from HBO. Move around the board buying as many games of Thrones properties as you can. The more you own, the more rent you can collect from opponents. The last one with money when all other players have gone bankrupt wins. The game of Thrones Monopoly game makes a great gift for enthusiasts of the show.
Friends Trivia: Friends has been one of the most celebrated TV shows of all time. There are plenty of products that are based on the TV show, including this trivia game. The game contains picture cards with over 1,000 questions and collectible red tin. If you’re a Friends fan looking for some memorabilia, the Friends Trivia game should be a must pick.
The Walking Dead Board Game: The Walking Dead board game is heavily inspired by the popular TV show and comic book series. The game can be enjoyed with a group or you can go on a solo adventure. When played in a group, each player assumes the role of one of the franchise’s six main characters. The goal is to gather resources, find survivors, take refuge, and avoid zombies.
TV Show Board Games
Stranger Things Monopoly: This Stranger Things Monopoly game is inspired by the first three seasons of the popular Netflix series. The game requires players to run through tunnels under Hawkins and buy as many properties as they can. Instead of buying hotels and houses, this version of Monopoly features forts and hideouts. The game also has some special Upside Down cards, which can provide special powers and change the tide of the game. The game comes to an end when all players have gone bankrupt and only one player is left with the money.
Wheel of Fortune: Bring the fun of the most popular game show in history to your next game night with the Wheel of Fortune! This 5th edition features 100 brand new puzzles from the beloved show, all written by the Wheel of Fortune staff, as well as the classic puzzle board and wheel. Earn money by spinning the wheel and solving word puzzles on the puzzle board. The player with the most money after four rounds is the winner. So what are you waiting for – spin the wheel, buy a vowel, and get to guessing!
The Office Trivia: Your favorite Dunder Mifflin crew is back for this game where you test your knowledge about the show and characters in it. Are you a true Dunderhead? Find out with 150 questions testing your Scranton smarts! 3 Different categories of questions – Multiple choice, Show facts, and Character questions.
Fun TV Show Board Game Ideas
Bobs Burgers Clue: Bob’s Burgers Clue® features a custom illustrated game board, where players attempt to solve the crime of WHO killed “Ned Boddy” at Linda Belcher’s dinner party, WHAT weapon did they leave at the scene of the crime, and WHICH room of the Belcher apartment did they do it in?
Family Fued: Gather your friends and family to play the Classic Family Feud 5th Edition. Enjoy this game at home with the kids, and battle it out to see who reigns supreme. The game comes with a scoreboard, a strike indicator and 3 “X” markers. The game also includes a wipe-off marker and an instructions/survey questions booklet with all the survey questions and answers. The Family Feud Game is sure to provide hours of family entertainment.
Simpsons Monopoly: Custom-sculpted tokens of Homer (as the Monorail Conductor), Bart, Jebediah Springfield, and even the family dog take players through familiar town locations to buy, sell, and trade their way to being the last fan standing.
More Game Ideas You’ll Love
- Best Board Games for Teens – As our kids get older, connecting with them can become more difficult. However, sometimes we forget, that teenagers are still kids. They still like to play and have fun. One of my favorite ways to connect with my teen is by playing some fun games I know they will love. Whether it’s family game night or the kids and their friends are having a fun night in these board games for teens will be a total hit!
- Best Board Games for Two People – Board games are the perfect reason to set aside your phone and really enjoy someone else’s company. For me, board games is really how my husband and I really connected when we first met each other. To this day, after knowing each other for 10 years we play a board game at least 4 nights a week. I know it sounds excessive but we LOVE games, clearly. But we really love playing games together, part of it is because we love competing against each other but the other is just because we love spending time with one another.
- Bowling Games – I have always been a HUGE fan of a fun bowling night! There is something so nostalgic about hanging out at the bowling alley! There is nothing quite like lacing up those totally uncomfortable shoes, hearing the cracking of pins, and chowing down on those nachos only bowling alleys serve. Ah. I can just imagine it all now! If you’re looking to recreate that bowling fun check out these totally fun and strike worthy bowling party games!