Looking for a 7-player game that is accessible and light on rules but still has meaningful strategy? Here are our recommendations.
⭐️ Top Picks
Release Year: 2021 Complexity: Low-Medium
👥 2-7 Players
⏰ 20-30 min
Summary: Race to build your wonder and collect points by selecting either of the cards next to you, or testing you luck with a blind draw from the deck.
You Might Like If… you enjoy simple games that have some nice strategic decisions and want a game that covers a really wide player count, is fun across the spectrum of non-gamer to heavy gamer, and plays in half hour.
🟢 Ryan’s #33 All-Time
Release Year: 2019 Complexity: Low-Medium
👥 1-100 Players
⏰ 30-60 min
Summary: Fit shapes of various terrains into your map, doing your best to fill in space efficiently while also meeting the scoring conditions for that game.
You Might Like If… you enjoy spatial puzzles (think Tetris) and want a game that plays great across a broad range of players with a nice amount of variety from game to game with randomized objectives.
👍 Honorable Mentions
Release Year: 2018 Complexity: Low-Medium
👥 1-100 Players
⏰ 20-40 min
Summary: Plan ahead as you number your houses and design your neighborhood in this simultaneous-play flip-and-write game.
You Might Like If… you enjoy working on a puzzle where you need to plan ahead and want a game that can plays well anywhere from 2 players to 12+ players. The sequel Welcome to the Moon is our personal favorite in this line, but only supports 6 players, so the original is still a great option for playing with large groups.
👀 Worth a Look
Release Year: 2022 Complexity: Low-Medium
👥 2-9 Players
⏰ 45-60 min
Summary: Bet on a horse race as it is in progress in this chaotic real-time game.
You Might Like If… you enjoy betting and high-energy games and want a unique game that can play well up to some really high player counts.