Games where you don't have to think too hard or pay too much attention. The board game equivalent of Muzak.
Use that box of dice to strategize with two to four high-rollers.
I used to play Lincoln Logs like this: Build towers just to knock them down with two to four players.
Celebrate your glee or vent your cynicism in this two-player checkers variant inspired by the online comic Sluggy Freelance by Pete Abrams.
Discovery, revelation, and cooperation for any number of wanderers and a library.
A winnable variant of Tic-Tac-Toe for two modern artists.
Mix colors with dice to capture goals from two to five players.
A quick card game of summing and limits for two to five players.
A quicky diversion for two or more players and pocket change.