“Go for a walk.”

How many times was this horrible phrase used to distract us from our favorite games when we were little? We would have gone out, but our minds were still thinking of that next turn. But over the past decade, tabletop developers everywhere have come to the aid of children at home. Games with great strategy and replay value have come to the market to bring out things.

Our tabletops are now working as an outdoor portal. The following titles bring to life nature’s strategies and intricacies, so what are you waiting for? We’ve put together games that allow you to have a great outdoor experience without bugs or sunburn.

Gardens

Some games go beyond the box so that we can explore the outside world. Gardens Allows players to enhance memories of various walks, camps and nature. Players then use the growth experience to achieve their goal of visiting national parks. As the game progresses, the seasons change and the paths get longer. Players learn to spend and manage resources to continue the adventure. In short, Gardens Helps us discover the wonders of nature and the joy of hiking from home.

Gardens

Prices charged at the time of publication.

1-5 players, age 10+

Play time: 30-60 minutes

प्रकार Game Type: Strategy

• Category: Agreement, Compilation

Wingspan

Some titles help us celebrate the various animals found in nature. Wingspan Highlights the different species of birds and their effect on habitats. During the game, players have the opportunity to discover and attract more than 170 different birds, and over time, they learn which species benefit the most from their wildlife conservation. With this knowledge, players collect and breed the best birds to get the most points. Play Wingspan To experience the wonders of nature and to see how different species can be.

In cover art for Wingspan, a white bird walks on a blue background.

| Image: Stonemaier game

Wingspan

Prices charged at the time of publication.

1-5 players, age 10+

Play time: 40-70 minutes

प्रकार Game type: card game

Category: Competitive, Card Draft, Set Collection

Cascadia

But how do all the animals and plants you see interact with each other? Cascadia Using Pacific Northwest as a background teaches players the intricacies of habitat in the real world. Players combine wildlife tokens and terrain to create a habitat. The more they match a terrain, the larger the habitat grows. Each animal has its own needs, so the ecosystem needs to be balanced to win. Cascadia Helps us appreciate the intricate relationships in nature without leaving the table.

Cascadia

Prices charged at the time of publication.

1-4 players, age 10+

Play time: 30-45 minutes

प्रकार Game type: abstract, family

Category: Tile placement, Closed draft, Sample building

Root: A Game of Woodland Mite and Right

Nature is constantly at war; Behind the scenes, the struggle for life, resources and territory continues unabated. Original These battles come alive on our tabletops. All players fight for control of the desert, but everyone has a different approach. They use their unique strengths to create the perfect home and fulfill their own condition of victory. Who will survive Only time will tell. Original Gives us a glimpse into the daily ravages and interactions of nature otherwise we can never see.

Box art for tabletop game root

| Image: Leder game

Root: A Game of Woodland Mite and Right

Prices charged at the time of publication.

2-4 players, age 10+

Play time: 60-90 minutes

प्रकार Game type: Wargames

Category: Area of ​​influence, race

Photosynthesis

When we look closely, we can see that plants are also struggling to survive in nature. Photosynthesis Demonstrates how limited resources can make growing increasingly difficult. In the jungle of competition, players fight for sunlight. But, like nature, the situation does not last long. The sun revolves around the forest and players must adapt to grow and prosper. Trees also don’t fight right, so strategy is important to survive and reduce competition. Photosynthesis The often-forgotten struggle of plants for resources brings us directly to the tabletop.

Photosynthesis

Prices charged at the time of publication.

2-4 players, age 10+

Play time: 30-60 minutes

• Game type: abstract

Range: area of ​​influence, point of action