Top 10 Classic Board Games (Power Outage Entertainment)

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  • That pandemic game is ironic in 2020.

    bex505 July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Dominoes Chess and Checkers never did sorry but did play Parcheesi as a child.

    carolina 434th July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • #10 @ 1:23 – Sorry
    #9 @ 2:03 – Chutes & Ladders
    #8 @ 2:40 – Risk
    #7 @ 3:11 – The Game of Life
    #6 @ 3:50 – Clue
    #5 @ 4:34 – Trivial Pursuit
    #4 @ 5:28 – Monopoly
    #3 @ 6:14 – Scrabble
    #2 @ 6:51 – Checkers
    #1 @ 7:37 – Chess

    3nertia July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • It would be interesting if there was a life or monopoly game that had a shtf theme to it

    Guy L. July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • I picked up some board games that are classics but they are for travel. Check out the grab and go ones like monopoly, connect 4, and yahtzee. They are in my stuck at work bag

    David Watts July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • During the most recent power outage my girlfriend and I played a bunch of cribbage. I love cribbage!

    photoboy154 July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • scotland yard is better than clue

    Fauzia Zaidi July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Take a look at gravity lights.
    Nights can be long… very long.

    Nine Man Morris (i hope the translation is right)
    Mensch ärgere dich nicht (i didn`t even find a proper translation for this).

    Mr D July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Where’s Scotland yard?

    Ricardo Milos July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Being a techgeek who plays Settlers of Catan describes at least 70% of the people I've met in Seattle. =p

    Tokorai July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Rumicube

    Robert Michelon July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Good video. However with Pandemic, although I have never played it just doesn't seem be good for power outages and when the fecal matter hits the oscillating cooling device type situations just the name alone. Good idea and helps people get thinking about good things

    Donald Raver July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Great topic. In our house, it was the card game Nertz, followed closely by Scrabble, Score Four and Rack-O. We also loved Pictionary and Charades.

    Tenderfoot Prepper July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • We play the Star Wars version of Monopoly and the Simpson's version of Clue. We also play The Worst-case scenario Board Game. I love Blokus! Yahtzee Texas Hold'em is a lot of fun. We picked all these game up at the thrift stores.

    Syvs July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • It is a great idea for the prepper who already has all the normal preps. I too have a mini chess board in my bag as well as a set of cards. I do not have anyone to play board games with though, and only played checkers with my mother when I was a young boy, so I do not have the same experience with them that you do, but a good idea never the less.

    Jesse Sisolack July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • From the US DHS, December 2018 (
    "The risk posed by a catastrophic power outage, however, is not simply a bigger, stronger storm. It is something that could paralyze entire regions, with grave implications for the nation’s economic and social well-being. The NIAC was tasked to examine the nation’s ability to withstand a catastrophic power outage of a magnitude beyond modern experience, exceeding prior events in severity, scale, duration, and consequence.

    This profound threat requires a new national focus."

    Maurício Schneider July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Lynda!

    Garage Kitchen of Science July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • I would add a pack of cards and even Uno. I even keep a pack of cards in my EDCs

    James Simons July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Backgammon is part of my EDC. I like your top ten especially Scrabble and Trivial Pursuit.

    Thanks for another excellent video!

    Connie Samuelson July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Stratego is one of my favorites, if you haven't played it you should try it. Battleship is also another favorite. we also played Candy Land and Trouble

    Kaylynn Strain July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Good choices.. I think adding a deck of cards would be good as well since you can play a lot of different games with it.
    Thanks for the video

    Eat Carbs Outdoors July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • New board games have taken over, no need for these old games, they are luck only garbage for the most part. Thousands of new boardgames come out every year. Search The Dice Tower here on YouTube and for all info. Pandemic and Ticket to Ride is a good start for new stuff..and something that's not terrible like Risk has 10 amazing replacements. Oh, and Monopoly is extremely frowned upon, new designs are far superior.

    Uniform13 July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply
  • Mad Libs! Not a board game, but you can play with all ages and only the reader needs a light.

    TheDenisedrake July 16, 2020 9:02 am Reply

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