Giving Away Free Board Games

Do you like to play games? Me, too.

In my effort to reduce possessions, I’d like to give away these board games to anyone located close to Southwest Michigan. If you want one, just shoot me a Tweet, text, or email.

Risk [Claimed]

Risk Revised Edition 2008

I have two versions of this iconic game to give away: Risk (Revised Edition) and Risk (Vintage Wood Book Edition).

I have spent many a late night with good friends playing Risk. It’s classic and very well known by all levels of gamers. I’ve decided to get rid of these versions because pretty much everyone has a copy, and my group of friends has mostly moved to other games like Settlers of Catan, Dominion, 7 Wonders, and others.

Killer Bunnies [Claimed]

Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrt

This is a ridiculous game. Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot is a chaotic card-based negotiation game that would be most fun to play with creative people.

I also have an unopened expansion pack called Killer Bunnies Red Booster Deck.

Apples to Apples: Party Box [Claimed]

Apples to Apples Party Box

Good for large groups, you mostly win Apples to Apples by guessing how someone else will perceive the connection between an adjective and noun. (That sounded really boring. I promise that it’s not.)

This version is really big and comes with cards from the core game plus two expansion sets. Kids love this and find it really funny—it’s a great family game!

Clue (Vintage Wood Book Edition) [Claimed]

Clue (Vintage Wood Book Edition)

Clue is a classic whodunnit game is a race to accuse someone of murder with a weapon. If you’re leaning toward the Risk Vintage Wood Book Edition above, then you’ll love this one, too. They go well together on a bookshelf.

Snorta! [Claimed]


I’m not sure this is a good game for a twentysomething adult to play with friends (unless there are some adult beverages involved). Snorta! uses small plastic figures to help children mimic barnyard animal sounds. Would be really great for small kids, for sure.

Interested in any of these board games? Hit me up on Twitter, text, or email—first come, first serve.