Our Favorite Board Games get a Millennial Makeover

Leaves are changing colors, the mornings are a little coolers, and Becky's everywhere are annoying us with Pumpkin Spice flavored whatever. 

This is the time of year where we retreat for indoor activities. What better activity than family game night? Well Hasbro, a board game GOAT, has given a much needed up grade to some of our favorite childhood games. 


The Game of Life Quarter Life Crisis

The Game of Life is 150+ years old, aka long over due for an upgrade. Now you have to battle through the game trying to pay off a "soul crushing debt" of $500,000 and deal with scenarios like dropping your phone in the toilet. 


Botched Operation

I was never good at the game Operation, poor guy never stood a chance in my OR. Cavity Sam very similar to the classic game but with a twist. You still have to remove weird objects like a butterfly from Sam's body without touching the edges but this time you may draw a card that requires you to do it without using your thumbs. 


Sorry Not Sorry


“Players will move their pawn around the game board as they aim to be the first player to get three pawns on the home space,” Hasbro shared. “But there’s a catch! In this race around the board, players can sabotage their friends, steal their pawns, and use the Not Sorry! cards to expose their wildest ‘have you ever’ secrets.” *Note to self, don't bring this game to Thanksgiving dinner*


Clue: What Happened Last Night, Lost in Vegas

Ever watched The Hangover and thought, hmm that would be a fun board game? Probably not! That's fine, play the updated Clue: What Happened Last Night, Lost in Vegas anyway. “Buddy is missing – and it’s up to the players to figure out who was the last person to see him, where they left him, and what they were doing,” Hasbro explained. “Eliminate the suspects and discover the who, where, and what to solve the mystery.” Whoever finds Buddy before the time runs out, wins the game.

All these games available for a limited time at Target for $20. 

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