Group Games: Catholic Church Apologetics

Group Multiplayer Games
Chess
Chess
Players: 2 required
The object of chess is to move your pieces to capture the opponent's king.
Checkers
Checkers
Players: 2 required
This game is played by two people. In this game there will be a board of 8 x 8 squares, the squares will have alternate black and white colours, and each player has 3 rows of pieces put on the black squares.
Backgammon
Backgammon
Players: 2 required
The object of this game is to move all your pegs in the counter clockwise direction until they are all at the lower right region, they can then be removed from the board. The first player to remove all the pegs win.
Euchre
Euchre
Players: 1 - 4
Euchre is a four-players game wherein the players of the opposite side are paired to form two partnerships. The goal of the game is to score a total of 10 points or more by collecting the most tricks in each hand of play.
All Fours
All Fours
Players: 1 - 4
In this game, there are 4 players and all 52 cards of a standard playing card deck are used. You and the one sitting opposite to you are partners and score together, so there are 2 teams.
Belote
Belote
Players: 4 required
This game is played by 4 people with a normal deck playing cards with all, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 removed, resulting in 32 cards. The players sitting opposite to each other are partners and so there are two teams competing. It is a trick taking game that is similar to Spades.
Canasta
Canasta
Players: 1 - 4
This game is played by 4 players with two decks of cards and 4 jokers , you and the player sitting opposite are partners.
Gin Rummy
Gin Rummy
Players: 1 - 2
This game is played by 2 players. At the start of a game each player is dealt 10 cards, 1 card is put face up as the first card in the discard pile, the rest of the cards are put face down as the stock pile.
Spades
Spades
Players: 1 - 4
This game is played by 4 players. Each player is dealt 13 cards and the game is played trick by trick. The player who starts the trick lays one card, and the other players must follow suit if he can.