Best Harry Potter Games
Harry Potter Diagon Alley Board Game
The object is to visit all of the shops on the board and purchase one of each item for your wizard’s trunk. The first player to fill their trunk and return to the Leaky Cauldron wins. You have to pass by Gringott’s Wizard Bank several times to get enough money (plastic galleons, sickles and knuts) to purchase everything. Hogwart’s school supply list includes potion bottles, cauldrons, robes, wands, books and owls. The shops don’t have enough for everyone, so you must hurry. Spell and havoc cards let you take items, move using floo powder, close shops and more. There is also always the danger that you’ll be sent to Knockturn Alley by rolling double cauldrons. The game includes simplified rules for younger players. These include stocking shops with enough items for everyone, changing the “take a card” spaces to “roll again” spaces, and no being sent to Knockturn Alley.
Scene It? Deluxe Harry Potter Edition
Fun for Wizards-in-training and Muggles alike! This deluxe version comes with everything you love about Scene It? Harry Potter Edition and a whole lot more, including never-before-released trading cards that can only be found in this game. So test your knowledge of one of the world’s most famous wizards with movie clips, puzzlers and questions based upon the first 4 Harry Potter movies – including bonus content from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire! Find out how much you really know about Quidditch, Transfiguration or the Dark Arts. Includes 1 Game DVD, Game Board, 6 Collectible Metal Tokens, 200 Question Cards, 30 House Points Cards, 4 Category Reference Cards, 1 Six-Sided Number Die, 1 Eight-Sided Category Die, Instruction Sheet, 1 set of exclusive Harry Potter trading cards, and over a thousand Harry Potter scenes, stars, images and challenges! For 2 or more players ages 8 and up.
Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets Trivia Game
This clever and challenging Q&A contest pits the Slytherin house against the Gryffindor house in a game of Quidditch, where you score by answering trivia about Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Players roll the die to move on the field and then answer a question corresponding to their player’s position. The questions vary in difficulty through five levels (Quaffles being the easiest, Golden Snitches the hardest), but each correct answer gains the player or team points. Answer a Golden Snitch question right and you gain 150 points and end the game–just like in a real Quidditch match–but the team with the most points is still the winner. It’s a fun game with nice features, but it’s definitely geared toward hardcore Harry fans.