CHS Reveals Top 5 Games

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Card games and games and board games are always a favorite pastime, and CHS students and teachers are no exception. The top five games of CHS are ranked and explained below.

  1. Uno

UNO is a card game for 2-10 players. Players start with seven cards, and have a goal of being the first to play all of their cards.  Once a player has only one card he/she has to hurry to say “UNO” before someone else notices.

 “Uno is my favorite because it is a fun game to play with others,” Emma RedHat, freshman, said.

  1. Clue

Clue is a board game for 3-6 players. Each player has a turn to roll the dice and move an assigned token along the squares and into rooms in a mansion. While playing the game, players participate in activities until someone thinks they know exactly what the three hidden cards are. 

“I like Clue because it’s fun and I think the mystery solving in it is interesting,” Addisyn Smith, freshman, said.

  1. Monopoly

Monopoly is a board game for 2-8 players. The player’s goal is to remain financially stable while forcing opponents into bankruptcy. The last player remaining is the winner.

“My favorite board game is Monopoly because it can either tear families apart or build them closer together,” Jacqlyn Grigsby, sophomore, said. 

  1. Phase 10

Phase 10 is a card game for 2-6 players. The goal is to complete all ten phases, one round at a time. At the end of a round, players will add up their scores based on the number and type of cards they have left in their hand. The goal of that is to have the lowest score at the end of the game.

“My favorite card game is Phase 10. I like it because it’s challenging and each round you do something different, and it is also a card game I can beat my husband at because he’s a ruthless card player and never lets me win, but that one I can always beat him,” Mrs. Clark, music teacher, said.

  1. Sorry 

Sorry is a board game for 2-4 players. Players take turns rolling the dice and trying to get all of their pieces to their home space before any other player does.

“I like Sorry for the fact that I like to be mean to them sarcastically,” Keylea Denton, junior, said.