Are several members of your family massive Harry Potter fans? They have read all the books and watched all the films to the point that they know them off by heart? If so you might want to get one of these amazing Harry Potter board games that the whole family can enjoy, not just the diehard Potterheads. In fact, you might well recognise most of these games because many of them are classic family board games with a Harry Potter twist…
Monopoly: Harry Potter Edition
In this HP spin on the classic family board game, players travel around the board casting spells and destroying dementors. Instead of houses and hotels, you will be trying to win house points for your teams.
Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle
The forces of evil are threatening to overrun Hogwarts castle in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle, a cooperative deck-building game, and it’s up to four students to ensure the safety of the school by defeating villains and consolidating their defences. In the game, players take on the role of a Hogwarts student: Harry, Ron, Hermione or Neville, each with their own personal deck of cards that are used to acquire resources.
Harry Potter Labyrinth
Who can keep a watchful eye over the Harry Potter maze and find the hidden paths to Hogwarts? Harry, Ron, Hermione, Professor Dumbledore, Hagrid, and Harry’s owl Hedwig are waiting for you to find them. If you move the maze tactically, you’ll soon find paths to where there were dead-ends. Keep making new paths to find some of your favourite Harry Potter characters. Labyrinth – the amazing maze game! Easy to play and endlessly exciting!
Trivial Pursuit: World of Harry Potter
Test your ultimate trivia knowledge of Harry Potter! Harry Potter fans can test their knowledge of all 8 Harry Potter movies with Trivial Pursuit: World of Harry Potter Ultimate Edition. Move around the board with House Mascot movers as you answer questions and collect ‘wedges’ in this full-sized collectable edition. Includes 1800 questions to find out who is the ultimate Harry Potter fan in the family.
Hasbro Gaming Clue: Harry Potter Edition
It’s a mystery at Hogwarts with CLUE: Harry Potter. A fellow student has seemingly vanished from the famous School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – and it is up to you to solve the mysterious disappearance. When you’re sure of your facts go to Dumbledore’s office to make your accusation and win the game!
Scrabble Harry Potter
An enchanting twist on the traditional word game, this World of Harry Potter edition of Scrabble puts your knowledge of the Wizarding World to the test. Strategically play both regular words and your favourite Harry Potter words to score high. Customize your game with Harry Potter cards and Magical Bonus cards to score even higher and win the game!
Talisman: Harry Potter Edition
Lord Voldemort awaits the most competent of witches and wizards for a fateful demonstration of bravery or obedience in Talisman: Harry Potter! Take on the daring roles of members of the Order of the Phoenix or Death Eaters in a fleeting race around Hogwarts to gain access to the Dark Lord himself.
RISK: Harry Potter Edition
The battle for the wizarding world begins and ends with who has the best strategy and in this game, it is all about the power of your spells and the luck of the dice in this classic game of risk and strategy twisted into the magical world of Harry Potter.
Harry Potter Pictopia
Showcase your knowledge of J. K. Rowling’s wizarding world when you encounter 1,000 picture trivia questions featuring the beloved characters, extraordinary places, magical creatures and enchanted objects from the epic Harry Potter films. It’s a game of teamwork with a competitive twist!
Harry Potter: Catch the Snitch
Inspired by the wizarding sport featured in the original series of Harry Potter novels and their movie adaptations, Catch the Snitch is a two-player board game that looks to recreate a Hogwarts quidditch match. The sport has two teams of players on flying brooms attempting to score the most points by throwing a ball – called a quaffle – through the enemy team’s goal hoops. Should one of the team’s seeker players catch the snitch, a small winged golden ball, that team is awarded 120 points and the game ends. Whichever team has the most points by the end is named the winner.
Have you played any of these board games? Do you consider yourself a bit of a Potterhead? If you do why not tell us about it in the comments below.