The Hotness
Games|People|Company
Star Trek: Alpha Quadrant
Isengard and Northern Gondor
Mythic Game Master Emulator
Tales From the Loop
Paranoia: Red Clearance Edition
GURPS Warehouse 23: Things THEY Don't Want You To Have
Maximum Mayhem Dungeons #2: The Secret Machines of the Star Spawn
Wilderland Adventures
A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook
Castle Thrax
Dungeon Master's Guide (D&D 5e)
Ultimate Herbalism
Players Handbook (AD&D 1e)
Call of Cthulhu (5th Edition)
Paranoia (Mongoose Edition)
Forgotten Realms Adventures
Everway Visionary Roleplaying
The Marvel Universe Roleplaying Game
H4: The Throne of Bloodstone
Lords of Darkness
DSQ2: Arcane Shadows
GAZ13: The Shadow Elves
The Kobold Guide to Game Design, Volume 1: Adventures
I6: Ravenloft
City System
Sweet Agatha
Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set
Microscope
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Beginner Box
Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game
DCC #067: Sailors on the Starless Sea
Savage Worlds Deluxe Explorer's Edition
Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set
Monster Manual (D&D 5e)
Hoard of the Dragon Queen
Pathfinder Unchained
The Location Crafter
Adventures in Middle-earth Player's Guide
Adventures in Middle-earth Loremaster's Guide
Masks: A New Generation
Tales from the Yawning Portal
How to Write Adventure Modules that Don't Suck (Revised)
Hotel California
Suntarynn Campaign Setting Preview
Twenty Quick Elf NPCs
Gateway
Reef of Madness
A Pirate's Life For Me
JG08: Camp Death: The Final Chapter
Search: Titles Only:
Article Edit | History | Editors

Welcome to BoardGameGeek

What is BoardGameGeek?

BoardGameGeek is an online board gaming resource and community. The site is updated on a real-time basis by its large and still growing user base, making the 'Geek the largest and most up-to-date place to get gaming information! There is no charge to become a registered member of BGG, although you are certainly encouraged to help improve the site by adding your own reviews and thoughts on games to the existing database!

There are reviews, ratings, images, play-aids, translations, and session reports from board game geeks across the world, as well as live discussion forums. In addition, every day nearly a hundred game trades pass through the hands of registered members, as well as transactions in the marketplace. If you are new to the site and are wondering where to begin, you might start with the Guide to BoardGameGeek.

What kind of games are here?

Here you'll find many kinds of games, including many you've probably never seen in a store! For suggestions, especially if you are buying a game for someone else, check out our 2015 Board Game Gift Guide. We cover not only board games but also dice games, card games, tile-laying games, and games of dexterity. We have abstracts, economic games, dungeon crawls, city building, diplomacy and negotiation, trading, puzzle games, strategy games, party games, war games, and many more--we run the gamut from the light and whimsical Carcassonne to the serious and heavy empire-building of Twilight Imperium (Third Edition). Old familiar games like Monopoly exist in the database, as well, although you'll find almost all users prefer games showing the advancements that have been made in game play and component quality since Monopoly was first published.

This looks interesting, but where can I find these games?

Many of these games are sold by other BGG users right here in our online BGG Marketplace. Those games which are in print may also be available from your local independent game store--most will be happy to special order many of them. If you can't find the games there, you might also try one of the many online game retailers, often the only way to get imported games. Although you may never have seen or even heard of many of these games, you will find that they are surprisingly easy to obtain.

How can I find opponents for these games?

Try your friends or family--you have the makings of a great gaming group among people you already know! But there are also many ways to meet new people for playing these games. You might be lucky and have a game store that features board game nights, and you may even find the local nexus of board gamers in your community. Meeting up for game nights is an excellent way to try out many games. You might also find a local group in the Game Groups section of our Forum. Or, feel free to use our Forum to try to find people in your area--our members are always looking for new players, and generally enjoy introducing people to these games. BoardGameGeek even facilitates finding individual gamers in your area by the Gamer Database.

Why should I register?

To fully utilize many of the site's features, you'll need a user name. BGG Registration is free. To add any content to the site, you must register.
After you register you can:

  • Add a game to the database
  • Contribute images to our database
  • Post messages on our forums

Will you protect my privacy?

YES! Please read our strict Privacy Policy.

Are you convinced? Then...

REGISTER NOW!


Welcome to the board gaming community. Stay for a while. Stay forever...

[What Links Here]
Front Page | Welcome | Contact | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Advertise | Support BGG | Feeds RSS
Geekdo, BoardGameGeek, the Geekdo logo, and the BoardGameGeek logo are trademarks of BoardGameGeek, LLC.