They can easily cost £140 but games have helped to make the last few months a lot more bearable, say users
In many ways lockdown was the perfect time. Families stuck together for hours on end, desperate to find something to do that didn’t involve watching a screen. If you were one of those who dusted off an old board game – or, more likely, played one of the latest games that have taken the world by storm – you are in very good company.
Strategy board games such as Ticket to Ride and the aptly named Pandemic have been flying off the shelves at online retailers, fast replacing the likes of Monopoly and Scrabble in many people’s hearts.