There is a great range of games including:
Pub skittles: A tabletop version of the traditional pub game. You have three turns to knock down as many skittles as possible by throwing a ball attached to a piece of string.
Carrom: Is a tabletop game played on a lacquered plywood board. The object is to flick with a finger a disk called a "striker" to hit the disks called "carrom men" and propel them into one of the four corner pockets.
Carcassonne: You are trying to maintain control of the French city of Carcassonne by laying tiles to create roads, fields, cities and cloisters. Then deploy your followers as thieves, farmers, knights and monks to maintain your position and score points.
Science Museum EleMental Strategy Game: EleMental is a revolutionary strategy game that celebrates the eternal battle of the classical elements. In this game you take charge of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Time to wage battle against your opponent, to capture and dominate the heart of Creation and thereby win the ultimate victory!
Dingbats: An exasperating brain-teaser game. A Dingbat is a cunningly disguised phrase or saying that you have to decipher.
Tension: The crazy naming game. In under a minute you have to name ten examples to a given subject.
Absolute Balderdash: The hilarious bluffing game in which you try to convince your opponents into believing your "made up" answers to a weird and wonderful collection of: words, people, initials, film and law.
Continuo: A visual perception game in which the object is to lay tiles and make chains of colours. The more chains and the longer they are the more points you earn.
The following games need no explanation.
Chess, Backgammon, Dominoes, Cribbage, Scrabble, Monopoly, Cluedo, Yahtzee, Mastermind, Othello, Sudoku, Charades, Pictionary, Jenga, Jigsaws.