31 Best Board Games That Start With R in 2021 – Handpicked

If you are looking for Board Games That Start With R, you’ve come to the right place. While compiling this list of the board games we make sure selected board games are interesting and engaging.

Who are these R letter Board Games for:- These Board Games are perfect for

Someone who is searching for the letter ‘R’-themed Board Games.
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if your kid’s name begins with the letter R
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Someone who is obsessed with the letter
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Keep reading for the best Board Games you can find in the market that start with the letter R. In this list, we include all kinds of Board Games for every age group!

Board Games that start with r
Board Games that start with r

Board Games That Start With R: Handpicked

Scroll to select from the following Board Games to buy that start with R. We are sure you, your kids, family, and friends are going to love these Board Games. 

1. Rival Restaurants Board Game


Why We Recommend It: Rival Restaurants is a chaotic, fast-paced, strategy and negotiating game that pits aspiring restaurant owners against one another as they race to be crowned ‘The Wiener!”.
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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2. Ravensburger Castles of Burgundy


Why We Recommend It: The hundred years’ War is over and the Renaissance is looming. Conditions are perfect for the princes of the Loire Valley to propel their estates to prosperity and prominence. 
Who Is It For: 12 years and up

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3. Ravensburger Minecraft


Why We Recommend It: Developed in collaboration with Mojang, Minecraft: Builders & Biomes brings players together in a shared, in-person experience.
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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4. Root: The Riverfolk Expansion


Why We Recommend It: The Riverfolk Expansion adds two new factions (The Riverfolk and The Lizard Cultists), new vagabonds, and exciting new game modes to your Root games!
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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5. Robot Turtles


Why We Recommend It: Gameplay provides a stealth learning experience, where players learn key programming principles in a fun, easy to learn way. Inspired by the Logo programming language, Robot Turtles lets kids ages 4 and up to write programs with playing cards.
Who Is It For: 4 – 15 years

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6. Rollick


Why We Recommend It: An award-winning party game that’s a fast and furious team charades competition. Rollick requires teams to collaborate together without saying a word.
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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7. Rivals for CATAN Card Game


Why We Recommend It:  Build your domain to best your Rival. Rivals for CATAN puts you in charge of one of the two factions developing newly-settled CATAN. Use your unique card mix to create your own principality. Explore and settle new lands. 
Who Is It For: 13 – 15 years

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8. Rally and Roar Towering Timbers

Why We Recommend It: Quality time with family is a must, but it can be hard to achieve in this day and age. With our busy and hectic lives, along with a hyper-focus on technology, it can be difficult finding ways to bond with the entire family.

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9. Ravensburger in The Year of The Dragon


Why We Recommend It: Great replay value – in the year of the dragon’s classic strategy gameplay of palaces and privileges has simple game mechanics but requires planning, patience, and executions.
Who Is It For: 12 – 18 years

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10. Reavers of Midgard


Why We Recommend It: In Reavers of Midgard, you’ll be looking to gain glory by raiding nearby villages for their riches, sacking well-fortified castles, and battling both man and monster on the open seas.
Who Is It For: 13 years and up

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11. Raccoon Tycoon

Promising Review: I love that it’s an “introductory” economic board game. Definitely worth picking up and a worthy gateway into more complex strategy games!-Philip B
Who Is It For: 8 years and up

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12. Roll Player


Why We Recommend It: Monsters & Minions, not only do players compete to construct the greatest fantasy characters, they must also gather information about the monstrous threat looming, and prepare for a final showdown against the beast.
Who Is It For: 14 years and up

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13. Risk Rick and Morty Risk Game


Why We Recommend It: Play the classic game of strategic conquest with a Rick And Morty twist. This custom Risk edition features factions of beings from the show, vying for control of Planets and Locations along the Central Finite Curve. 
Who Is It For: 17 years and up

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14. Roll for The Galaxy Board Game


Why We Recommend It: Roll for the Galaxy is a dice game of building space empires for 2-5 players. Your dice represent your populace, whom you direct to develop new technologies, settle worlds, and ship goods.
Who Is It For: 14 years and up

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15. Roll Player Strategy Boxed Board Game


Why We Recommend It: Mighty heroes don’t just appear out of thin air – you must create them! Race, class, alignment, skills, traits, and equipment are all elements of the perfect hero, who is ready to take on all opposition in the quest for glory and riches.
Who Is It For: 8 years and up

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16. Risk Strategy Board Game


Why We Recommend It: Players compete to occupy all the territory on the board to win the game. It is all about who is willing to take the biggest Risk in this classic game.
Who Is It For: 12 years and up

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17. Rick and Morty Board Game


Why We Recommend It: Take an interdimensional trip around the universe as you buy, sell, and trade locations from this popular Adult Swim TV show. 
Who Is It For: 17 years and up

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18. Ravensburger Disney Villainous


Why We Recommend It: In this asymmetric style of gameplay, Each Disney Villain has its own objectives and goals. You have 3 different Disney Villains to choose from — Scar, Ratigan, and Yzma.
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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19. Ravensburger Labyrinth Family Board Game


Why We Recommend It: In Labyrinth, Ravensburger’s hugely popular board game for boys and girls and their parents, you have to find the shortest route through the Labyrinth to win!
Who Is It For: 7 – 15 years

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20. Ruckus Original


Why We Recommend It: Playing the game: simply place a matching card from your hand to the top of another Player’s set, then slide it across the table and it’s now yours. The first player to 77 points wins the game!
Who Is It For: 6 months – 8 years

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21. Red Dragon Inn Allies Keet & Nitrel Board Game


Why We Recommend It: In red Dragon inn, you and your friends are a party of heroic, fantasy adventurers. You’ve raided the dungeon, killed the monsters, and taken their treasure. 
Who Is It For: 14 years and up

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22. Ravensburger Carpe Diem


Why We Recommend It: Great quality and replay-ability: Carpe Diem is stacked with great, high-quality wooden pieces and sturdy tiles that will stand countless play through.
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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23. Rule The Realm by Pressman


Why We Recommend It: Innovative gameplay meets unique components in this family strategy game! Gather resource cards, use them to claim your territories, and collect the treasures within! Conquer territories by walling them off with colorful rubber bands on a special 3D game board.
Who Is It For: 8 years and up

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24. Red Cathedral Board Game


Why We Recommend It: Tsar Ivan the terrible has ordered the construction of a cathedral in honor of his military victories. Many teams of builders will take part in the construction, but only one of them will stand out and gain the favor of the Tzar!
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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25. Rival Restaurants


Why We Recommend It: Rival Restaurants is a chaotic, fast-paced, strategy and negotiating game that pits aspiring restaurant owners against one another as they race to be crowned ‘The Wiener!”
Who Is It For: 10 years and up

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26. Root: A Game of Woodland Might and Right

Promising Review: Root is a truly original game design. It’s part area-control, part card/action selection, and part war game with an amazing set of four totally different factions-william peteresen
Who Is It For: 12 years and up

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27. Robinson Crusoe Adventures on the Cursed Island


Why We Recommend It: Great to play with the family or enjoy as a solo strategy game.
Seven different scenarios provide an exciting and highly thematic experience.
Who Is It For: 8 – 15 years

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28. Redneck Life


Why We Recommend It: “The Game of Redneck Life” where a roll of 2 dice determines the grade you complete in school, which sets you up for one of 11 fabulous careers, such as Mullet Salon Operator or Monster Truck Announcer!
Who Is It For: 14 years and up

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29. Rio Grande Games Power Grid


Why We Recommend It: Power Grid Recharged has all the strategy and fun of the classic first edition, but adds some updates that improve the (already great) gameplay. 
Who Is It For: 14 years and up

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30. Risky Deals 


Why We Recommend It: Family and friends will love it. You will enjoy the thrill of stock trading without losing your house.
Who Is It For: 16 years and up

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31. Rails to The North


Promising Review: This is a great expansion for a great game. The expansion adds to the Kansas City and an auxiliary action where you’re adding branchlets to town squares and receiving rewards for doing so. It’s amazing and shant play without it.-Kyle K
Who Is It For: 14 years and up

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