Last Updated on October 5, 2022
Easter, also known as chocolate day, has rabbits, chocolate eggs, and some epic Easter-themed board games for kids and adults.
If you’re also an enthusiastic holiday person who goes all out, making sure the whole holiday is on-theme, take a look at these Easter-themed board games that are also worth playing again after Easter.
Put on your bunny ears, gather your chocolate egg snacks, and play these Easter games!
Check out the best Easter Board Games and Card Games below.
🏆 Our Top Picks for Best Easter Board Games
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Easter Games for Young Children
#1. Dancing Eggs
If you’re looking for your kids to run off a little energy after the chocolate sugar high, Dancing Eggs is the way to go.
Not just a board game, Dancing Eggs will get your kids up, running around the table. You’ve got the dancing egg; now you’ve got to run with it positioned under your armpit or between your knees. Drop the egg, and the game is over.
Although it sounds super simple, it’s a bit of a challenge for kids but improves balance and agility.
Dancing eggs is perfect for young kids, as it’s super easy to set up, and the playing time is excellent and quick.Dancing Eggs
#2. Happy Bunny
Hunt for the lucky carrots!
It’s harvest time; all players need to help the bunny pick the best carrots for his family. But, you’ve got to pick carefully; the bunny can only choose the bitten carrots, the rest are for the family.
At the end of the game, you’ll have to see if the bunny or farmer has the tastiest bunch!
Happy Bunny has a cooperative component making it a fantastic social game for kids to play on Easter while also teaching children about counting.Happy Bunny
#3. Uncle Wiggly Game
Playing time: 30mins
Never will you see such a distinguished gentleman rabbit; he’s got a top hat and cane. Uncle Wiggly Game is back to take kids on an exciting adventure!
Players hop along a forest path, meeting friends like Billy Bushtails and Cluck Cluck the Hen. But while you try to visit Dr. Possum, another distinguished gentleman, you’ll have to dodge sneaky animals like an alligator and duck.
Players follow simple rhymes to move along the board, learning about numbers and symbols (perfect for kids who can’t read yet).
The board is vivid and colorful, with adorable animal characters that you’ll meet while going along the board.Uncle Wiggly Game
#4. Funny Bunny
Playing time: 30mins
Funny Bunny comes with the cutest little bunnies in the Easter board game category. Along with it, you’ll also get a cheeky mole and green hill.
Players have to race to get the juicy carrot at the top of the hill. But it’s not that simple; the bunnies can fall into the ground and disappear! Players will need to draw a card and hop their bunnies over the traps.Funny Bunny
If you’re a fan of the classic game Dixit, fortunately, they released special golden rabbit meeples to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
Ideas and creative guesswork make this an awesome illustration game. The rabbit tokens give an Easter-y feel, but the board game’s rules are similar. A picture is worth a thousand words.
Dixit turns players into storytellers. Choosing a card from their hand will give a clue, and the other players choose one of their own cards that best fits the clue. After a shuffle, players will vote to guess the storyteller’s card.
The cards have gorgeous, dreamlike illustrations that’ll spark creativity and explore fantastical realms. If you’re looking for a game focused on creativity, Dixit is sure to inspire arts and language.
Easter Games for Older Kids & Adults
#6. Bunny Bunny Moose Moose
Playing time: 20mins
Moving on to the more mature games, although this board game’s name suggests otherwise, Bunny Bunny Moose Moose is a hilarious game where players take on the roles of rabbits and moose.
A hunter is on the prowl looking for a decorative mantelpiece; players try to deceive the hunter by convincing him he’s looking for something else. Using hands, you’ll make rabbit ears or moose antlers depending on what the hunter won’t shoot.
Although it’s fun to play, it’s even more hilarious watching your family and friends panic trying to outsmart the hunter!Bunny Bunny Moose Moose
#7. Bunny Kingdom
Playing time: 40-60mins
You’ll play as the adorably fierce Rabbit Lords on behalf of the Bunny King. On an extensive board, players try to position themselves around resources to build new cities, increasing their influence over the land.
Collecting water, growing carrots, and recruiting the most skilled masters will bring you closer to victory and be awarded the name “Big Ears” by the mighty Bunny King. Definitely a title worth winning on Easter!
#8. Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot
Playing time: 45mins
If the name doesn’t pique your interest, the hilarious cards are sure to do so.
Killer Bunny and the Quest for the Magic Carrot is an action-filled card game where you try to keep all your bunnies alive while eliminating your opponents. Things get nasty. Things get messy, and vengefulness seeps in.
Armed with weapons, like a Trojan bunny and nuclear weaponry, players will battle it out to survive the longest. Good luck, and may the odds be ever in your favor.Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot
#9. Chocolate Factory
Playing time: 45-90mins
On the ultimate chocolate day of the year, Chocolate Factory tops off the sugar rush with a fantastical time of competitive factory building.
Set in the 20th century, you’re an up-and-coming chocolatier. There are lots of different components that make a factory run. You’ll need to keep upgrading your factory, hiring employees, and developing a belt system to turn beans into treats.
Will you become the new Willy Wonka?Chocolate Factory
Playing time: 60mins
Players take on the roles of the Apostles, working together to grow the church, collect books, and overcome persecution. Explore the ancient world with strategy as you have complete control over your actions.
Don’t worry; you don’t need to know anything about Christianity; Commissioned is a game with depth that packs innovative mechanisms into five unique scenarios.Commissioned
Which bunny game will you play this Easter?
We hope you enjoyed our list of the best Easter board games to play with your family during the Easter holiday! Have you tried any of the games on this list? Do you know of other Easter-themed board games we missed? We’d love to hear your thoughts! Drop a comment below and let us know.
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