These are the top 10 board games for 2019 as voted by you
When the Christmas lunch is done, and various family members fall asleep in front of the TV, there's only one thing to do...crack open the board games.
New research from Lottoland UK asked 2000 Brits which is their favourite board games of all time. Here is how the nation voted, from least to most popular:
The initial concept was called"Kings Footsie", which unsurprisingly was rejected by the 3M Company. The game eventually hit the shelves in 1966.
The namejengais derived fromkujenga, aSwahiliword which means "to build".
The strategyboard gamefor two to fourplayerswas discovered in India in the 6th century.
The game is known worldwide as apencil and paper gamewhich dates fromWorld War I.