Over the past year, we probably spent more time gathered around a gameboard with our families than we have ever spent in our entire lives, collectively. Due largely to the nationwide stay-at-home orders that were put in place, games experienced a huge sales boom in 2020 — and it doesn’t look like it’s slowing down in 2021. As families are still staying at home and trying to figure out how to beat the cabin fever, games that everyone in the family can play together are taking their turn in the spotlight.