In this article, we've rounded up 11 awesome board games like Dominion. You'll find that these games have similar a similar feel, rule-set and are just as much fun.
Keep reading to see them all... here’s a quick list of our favorites and where to find them
|Image||Product||Where to Buy|
|Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon||View on Amazon|
|Warhammer Quest||View on Amazon|
|Quest: A Time of Heroes||View on Amazon|
|DOOM||View on Amazon|
|Star Wars: Imperial Assault||View on Amazon|
1. Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon
- Perfect game for up to five players, although a single player can play it by themselves and still get a lot of enjoyment out of the time with the game.
- Cooperative board game that allows players to work together, instead of competing against each other, which can be a refreshing change of pace for people who don’t want to battle.
- Players explore a new land, visiting chambers and tunnels and finally fighting a red dragon in their quest to beat the game.
- There are multiple scenarios to be enjoyed with this game, which means that you won’t have to worry about playing the same game twice.
- With challenging quests, high-quality components, and something new each time you play the game, it’s easy to see how players can play this game over and over.
2. Warhammer Quest
- Great game for between one and four players, offering players the chance to explore dungeons and search for amazing treasures.
- Unlike many other games, this is a cooperative game that allows players to team up and work together, making it easier to win and to battle larger monsters and creatures.
- Based on the classic dungeon crawl, players use adventure cards to explore and battle.
- All players have to work together with their cards to try to win.
- Even though it is considered a deck building grade, this game allows for a lot of character upgrading and can end up being very difficult.
- There are five main scenarios for players to enjoy, as well as two different paths.
- With four heroes to choose from, players can enjoy a lot of replay without having to play the same game over and over.
3. Quest: A Time of Heroes
- Offers 60 to 90 minutes of gameplay for two to five players.
- All of the components are high quality and have been designed specifically for the game.
- Contains 4 hero sheets, 25 coins, 3 quest master sheets, 1 map, 18 miniatures, 120 cards, and 5 adventures.
- Players work together to improve the abilities of their characters, discover treasure, and face off against warriors and sorcerers.
- The Quest Master tries the intelligence and skill of the players.
- Players have to solve riddles and fight enemies together in the hopes that they will be able to win the game.
- Unlike other similar games, this one is very easy for new players to learn and even has a number of different adventures for new players.
- As players advance, they can choose more difficult adventures and quests to go on.
- Players can opt to play the game from the perspective of the marine or invaders.
- The player decks are all customizable, which allows players to work hard to improve their player’s abilities and will add value to the game.
- The activation phases are randomized, which makes them much more unpredictable and enjoyable.
- Thanks to the ever-changing battle conditions, players need to be able to think on their feet, act quickly, and make adjustments to their plans to experience the best outcome.
- The asymmetrical action of this game keeps everything interesting and ensures that all players will stay attentive to the game.
- The figures are all detailed and attractive, and since they can be painted once the game is purchased, it’s easy to customize this game even more to make it truly your own.
5. Star Wars: Imperial Assault
- There are two games included, one that is a skirmish game, and the other that is a campaign game.
- Players can decide to either command storm troopers or to be a hero from the Rebellion, depending on what side they want to be on.
- Players in the skirmish mode will fight over objectives, try to win head on head battles, and attempt to wipe out their opponents.
- With more than 30 missions to choose from, it’s easy for players to play multiple games back to back without getting bored or playing the same game again.
- There are multiple expansion packs that include plastic figures, two additional skirmish missions and a campaign side mission.
- Figures can be painted or left unpainted, depending on the time that you have to prepare to play and how quickly you want to start a game.
6. Level 7 Omega Protocol
- Includes 37 plastic figures to be used with the game.
- Players can opt to take control of the aliens and work to eliminate the team of commandos.
- The other option is to play as the elite team of commandos who are sweeping and then clearing an underground facility in an attempt to rid it of any aliens.
- Two to six players can enjoy this semi-cooperative game that is sci-fi based and filled with tactical firefights and battles.
- Mission books are very thorough, making this a game that anyone can enjoy, even if they haven’t played Escape to Omega Protocol in the past.
- Players have more control over the commandos than they do the aliens, but gameplay remains relatively balanced between the overload and all of the players.
- Players have to use action points before any turns.
- An overlord rules minions, and between one and four other players will fight against them in a quest to protect the city.
- There are many different scenarios that players can enjoy, all with magic and combat, to keep players interested in the game.
- With incredible maps, amazing scenarios that are interesting and in depth, and impressive combat mechanics, this game has a little bit of everything for everyone.
- Players have energy gems that they can use to interact with the world, move, or attack, and can also lose these gems when they are wounded.
- All players need to be aware of how many energy gems they have remaining so that they will have a strategy for the rest of the game.
- Not only will players need to have a strategy for the future, but they need to constantly be aware of changing threats from the overlord.
8. Arcadia Quest
- Unlike other similar games, there isn’t a game master in this game, which means that all players get to play as the heroes.
- Designed for two to four players to enjoy 45 to 60 minutes of play.
- This is a game with a modular campaign system, which means that as players play through multiple scenarios they will begin to see the Guilds slowly reclaim the city for which they are fighting.
- Combines PvP and PvE gameplay, so players have to not only fight the monsters on the board, but also the other players, which prevents the game from becoming boring or players from becoming complacent.
- Players have to make their own Guilds with different heroes and take them on a campaign that is filled with different scenarios, so no two games are ever the same.
- The players of this game will form a group who rely on the scenario book to create a number of different adventures and scenarios.
- Unlike other games, players can opt to instead play any revealed scenario in the game as a stand-alone experience without ruining or upsetting overall gameplay.
- Each player is a wandering mercenary who has their own set of specialized skills and their personal reasons for traveling to this area, so every player has their own motivation.
- Heroes aren’t stagnant, as players can enhance their abilities as they loot, plunder, explore new areas, and make decisions about their future.
- Game is designed to be played over a series of different gaming sessions so that the storyline will continue.
10. Super Dungeon Explore
- Offers two modes of play so that players can better customize their gaming experience.
- The normal mode has one person who plays as the dungeon master and is in charge of controlling and moving all of the monsters on the board.
- In the arcade mode, the game has random spawning points for the monsters and a dungeon master is not required.
- All of the figures need to be assembled before playing, which some players love, as it allows them to really connect with the game.
- The rules are very simply and easy to understand, making this a great choice for players who are new to this type of game.
- Players need to have a strategy for how they will win the game and also need to be willing to make changes to their plans as the monsters move around them.
11. TMNT: Shadows of the Past
- This is a combat filled, scenario-driven game where players adopt the role of their favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle or can choose to play as Shredder.
- There are a number of different 60 to 90 minute missions that players will battle their way through.
- As players progress they can make changes to their characters and improve their fighting styles, strengths, and equipment that they use during battle.
- Great for up to five players, but if you play with less than one person may need to double up and take on more than one turtle to ensure the best play possible.
- The player who is Splinter has a deck of cards that they use to choose their actions during the game.