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Whether you’re young or old, few things stir up youthful excitement and competition like a board game. Throughout the ages, families have gathered around their tables to play games of all sorts. Continue that tradition with your own family with some of the best children’s board games available today.

Looking for great Father’s Day gift to share with your children?
We’re giving away the acclaimed board games Monza and Crach Cup Karambolage!

Two lucky winners in our giveaway will each earn one board game from The News Wheel and HABA USA. To enter, simply follow the instructions below. The more entry methods you complete, the more entries you’ll have in the final drawing for each prize. If you don’t win our giveaway, we recommend you purchase copies of both games through HABA’s website!

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Important Notes:

  • The News Wheel HABA Board Game Giveaway postPrizes: Monza game ($19.99 retail); Crash Cup Karambolage game ($27.99 retail)
  • Deadline: Closes on June 1, 2016
  • Restrictions: Open to legal United States residents 18 years of age or older
  • Winners: One randomly-drawn winner will be selected to receive a brand-new copy of Monza from the publisher; another randomly-drawn winner will be selected to receive a brand-new copy of Crash Cup Karambolage from the publisher. Both winners will be notified within a few days of the giveaway concluding.

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Here’s an excerpt of our in-depth review of Monza (read the rest here):

Monza children's board game from HABA reviewIt’s not a stretch to say that Monza has the makings of a modern classic in children’s gaming. As a fantastic entry into racing games, it has dice-movement mechanics that will appeal to a range of ages and possesses a vibrant, energetic racing theme absent from the majority of children’s games…

We tested Monza both as adults and with young children. In both cases, the game was a lot of fun. Granted, Monza is intended to be a children’s game rather than a family game, but it has the feel of a classic board game that anyone would have grown up playing.

Here’s an excerpt of our in-depth review of Crash Cup Karambolage (read the rest here):

Crash Cup Karambolage board game from HABA reviewOverall, Crash Cup Karambolage updates its original string-flicking mechanic with new racing elements to make the game more complex and engaging for players. It’s exciting that this old game has been updated and re-released for a new generation…

If this sounds like the type of game you and your family will enjoy, we recommend you purchase it.  It’s incredibly affordable for the amount and quality of components included, and for the fact that you get multiple games in one. The box contents provide you with many extra barriers to create your own racetrack based on your ability level and preferences.

  • Jack Fleming

    My favorite board game is Blood Rage

  • Daniel Isom

    Thanks for the giveaway! My favorite game is Survive: Escape from Atlantis!

  • BeRad

    Favorite game with friends and family is Ticket to Ride!

  • Erica Weaver

    i love Crash Cup Karambolage so fun and its great for all ages

  • Ricardo Pereira

    Ticket to Ride!

  • Ryan

    My favorite board game is Belfort

  • Grave Impostor

    My favorite game is Pandemic

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  • Scott Bordelon

    “Summoner Wars” hands-down! Combination of magic and chess. Excited for the 8 new 2nd summoners this June!

  • Ali Celestino

    My favorite board game is Ticket to Ride

  • panda

    My favourite board game with kids so far is Snake Pit

  • Ruben Maia

    My favourite is Neanderthal

  • Xylas Deuel Ebalo

    My favorite board game is Seventh Hero

  • mustardseed5010 .

    Thank you for the contest

  • Stephen Sparks

    My current favorite is Legends of Andor. I’ve been looking at it for a good while and managed to get the 2nd edition on sale. I love the story it works to tell and RPG aspects, that it includes some dice chucking and combat, and is puzzly. If only it played in a shorter time I would be able to get more people to play with me, though that would likely take a deep cut into the story aspect of the game.

  • Michael Boone

    My favorite board game is Eldritch Horror.

  • Maggie Boone


  • MaryAnn

    My favorite board game is Scrabble