Although my family is a gaming family - we play all sorts of games all the year round - for many families the only time they'll all get together to play a game is in the holiday season.
The image of a a post-Christmas dinner scene, the family all crowded round arguing over Scrabble, or Monopoly is a classic one, and one that has (in the UK at least) become intrinsically linked to our Christmas rituals.
Is a post-Christmas dinner board game a part of your family's Christmas?
We don't play board games, but we usually get Christmas crackers with a game in it. Over the years we've played played musical whistles, racing penguins, and racing brussel sprouts. This year we didn't get a game in crackers, but bought santa/snowman skittles.