Top apps: Top board games

Mobile versions of classic board games allow you to play anytime, and many have an in-person or remote multiplayer mode to include friends.


The Game of Life ($0.99)*— The Game of Life's virtual version includes a 3-D landscape to journey through, and pass-and-play mode to include other players. (Mobilewalla Score: 94/100)

Jenga (Free)*— Jenga's real-world tower-building game is just as difficult virtually, and just as much fun. Its pass-and-play mode challenges up to three other players to join you. (Score: 91/100)

Skip-Bo - The Classic Family Card Game Now Free! (Free)*— In Skip-Bo, you win by discarding all of your cards first and thwarting other players' attempts to do so. (Score: 90/100)


UNO & Friends - The Classic Card Game Goes Social! (Free)*— Playing UNO is a staple of family gatherings; the mobile version adds tournaments and special bonuses. (Score: 90/100)

MONOPOLY Game ($0.99)*— This classic board game for capitalists of all ages finally has a new token: a charming kitty cat to race and challenge its traditional terrier. (Score: 89/100)


Sea Battle 2 (Free)*— In Sea Battle 2, you blindly fire against an enemy's fleet, hoping to hit his or her battleships. The virtual version has a benefit over the physical one: no cheating. (Mobilewalla Score: 99/100)

Chess ($0.99)— Chess features a virtual coach, 10 difficulty levels, 13 different chess sets and the ability to play against friends. (Score: 99/100)

Mahjong Solitaire Epic (Free)*— Mahjong Solitaire Epic features a selection of over 1,000 boards, with new boards added daily. (Score: 98/100)

YAHTZEE With Buddies (Free)*— This dice-throwing game is based on pure luck. Play with friends to see who should be buying lottery tickets. (Score: 98/100)

Reversi Free (Free)*— Reversi is a simple game to learn but requires strategic thinking to win at all 10 increasingly difficult levels. (Score: 97/100)

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