Last-Minute Games From Funko That Are Perfect For Families

We may not be able to have the large family get-togethers that we’re used to, but Funko still has plenty of options available to keep you and your immediate friends and family entertained throughout the holiday season. Not only do these games make a great family gift, they are also welcoming enough for younger players to take part in. Additionally, the reasonable prices make all of the games appealing enough to perhaps pick up a couple of copies to be played virtually with other friends and family members via FaceTime or Zoom.

The following products contain Amazon links, but most are readily available at your local Target store.

Elf: Journey from The North Pole Board Game

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2-4 Players, Ages 8+, $19.99

Is Elf the quintessential Christmas movie for the modern era? Debatable, but it should certainly be included in the conversation. In Elf: Journey from The North Pole Board Game, you’ll help Buddy the Elf journey from the North Pole to New York City in search of his dad, collecting points along the way as you visit locations from the movie. Elf: Journey from The North Pole Board Game is available now at Amazon and Target.

Frosty The Snowman – Follow The Leader – Christmas Card Game

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2-4 Players, Ages 4+, $6.99

After spending time in New York with Buddy the Elf, it’s time to help Frosty get back to the North Pole in this Follow The Leader-style card game where you’ll work together to win. Frosty The Snowman – Follow The Leader – Christmas Card Game is available now at Amazon and Target.

Elf – Snowball Showdown Card Game

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3-6 Players, Ages 6+, $6.99

The second Elf game on the list comes in Elf – Snowball Showdown Card Game – a fast-paced card game that puts you right in the middle of the snowball fight scene from the movie. Think your arm is as good as Buddy’s? Elf – Snowball Showdown Card Game is available now at Amazon and Target.

Christmas Story – A Major Card Game

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3-6 Players, Ages 8+, $6.99

Get Ralphie the Christmas present he wants most by swapping, peeking, and triple-dog-daring your way to finding the BB gun and decoder pin. It even comes with the iconic Leg Lamp! Christmas Story – A Major Card Game is available now at Amazon and Walmart.

Gremlins – Holiday Havoc! Christmas Card Game

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3-5 Players, Ages 8+, $6.99

Get ready to slap some Gremlins as you try to capture and stop them from ruining Christmas. Be sure to keep an eye out for Gizmo as you wait for the sun to come up. Gremlins – Holiday Havoc! Christmas Card Game is available now at Amazon and Target.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – Twinkling Lights Game

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2-4 Players, Ages 8+, $6.99

I can’t help but feel like Clark Griswold is my spirit animal, as we share the same affinity for illuminating the neighborhood with Christmas lights. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – Twinkling Lights Game will see you helping Clark to untangle his mess of stringed lights by matching up your pattern cards. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – Twinkling Lights Game is available now at Amazon and Target.

Funkoverse: Disney The Nightmare Before Christmas Board Game

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2-4 Players, Ages 10+, $39.99

Jack Skellington wants to get into the Christmas spirit, but first, he’ll have to deal with Oogie Boogie in this strategy game that features four different scenarios. Funkoverse: Disney The Nightmare Before Christmas Board Game is available now at Amazon and Hot Topic.

Back to The Future – Back in Time Board Game

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2-4 Players, Ages 10+, $29.99

In Back to The Future – Back in Time Board Game (the only non-Christmas related game on the list), you’ll be working together to keep the McFly family from fading into obscurity before lightning strikes the Clock Tower. Back to The Future – Back in Time Board Game is available now at Amazon and Hot Topic.

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