Game Night in Your Apartment

Welcome to our blog! At Artistry, we know it’s important to have fun. With a dog park, bike rental, aqua lounge, movie theater, Bocce court, and other luxury amenities, we promote a healthy lifestyle.


Today, we’re focusing on the concept of fun by recommending a few board games. Take some time to enjoy being in your apartment with your friends from Indianapolis, IN. Here are three board games that are a lot of fun—perfect for game night! Let us know which one is your favorite.


Artistry Blog, Indianapolis, IN  Welcome to our blog. Today we share a few board game recommendations for game night fun! Read on for more information.



If you’re a fan of murder mysteries, then this game is for you! Mysterium has beautiful components, stunning artwork, and plenty of mysterious characters. Designed for 2-7 players, ages 10 and up.


“Mysterium is a cooperative, deduction game that challenges two to seven players to solve a murder that occurred thirty years ago. One player takes on the role of a restless ghost, tasked with communicating the true culprit of the murder to the assembled psychics. The other players all play as psychics, receiving visions and interpreting them to the best of their abilities in order to narrow down the list of suspects.”


Captain Sonar

This game is like Battleship, only better! Take the classic game to the next level when you put team against team in this quick-paced battle. This is for 2-8 players, ages 12 and up.


“Captain Sonar is an innovative real-time game that challenges two teams to take their submarines head-to-head in a thrilling battle. Your ultimate goal is to find and destroy your opponent’s submarine, but this task is far more difficult than it may first appear. Your entire crew must work together to chart a course, charge systems, locate the enemy, and keep your own submarine fully operational. Communication and teamwork can lead you to victory, but if you fail to cooperate, you’ll be sunk to the bottom of the ocean!”


Ice Cool

Keep cool this month with a game about penguins racing for fish during their lunch break! This is a simple game for 2-4 players, ages 6 and up.


“Penguins slide through the school in this game of skill. In each round, one player becomes a person on duty (hall monitor). His goal is to catch the rest of the Penguins who are running around trying to collect fish.”


We hope you enjoy these three board games with awesome themes. Do you have a favorite board game? Let us know what you like to play by sharing in the comments. For more great board game recommendations, check out Top 10 Board Games. Thanks for reading today’s post!