Who doesn't love board games? Maybe they're a little old-fashioned, but even technology can't rub out the creative energy in a 1980's copy of "Candyland" or an obscure copy or "Murder, She Wrote", for instance.
"Operation", "Shark Attack", "Monster Mash" -- all still hiding on closet shelves or huddled together in flea market booths, waiting for someone to track them down. That someone is often ME, who can't resist a good bargain or a beloved title (for Christmas, I received a secondhand copy of "Scattergories" for instance).
The favorite on the game board shelf is hard to choose ... the time-worn Disney "Yahtzee" edition, the clever "Thirteen Dead End Drive", or maybe the colored stones of "Pente"? Too hard to single one out, I'm afraid.