What is the most successful board game in the world?
Monopoly is the most successful board game. World Wide tournaments are held each year.
It really depends on what you're referring to by "game". It could mean a video game, a board game, a sport or so on. For video games, the most famous is probably World of Warcraft; which houses well over ten million players. As for board games, there are several rather famous ones; but as for board games known world wide, I'd say chess, checkers, RISK and Monopoly are probably the best known. And finally, we…
Most video game and computer-related sites, such as MMOHut, GamesRadar, and Kotaku, offer articles comparing the pros and cons of various MMORPG games. By far, the most successful MMORPG game is World of Warcraft, with iterations of the EverQuest and Guild War franchises being some of its more successful competitors.
Not really. It's reviewed on most board game sites because it's a table-top game that's played by groups. Most consumers think of it as a kind of board game. There's no board to Jenga (see attached review). The same is true of other "board games" -- even a modern classic like Carcassonne has tiles and no board to speak of, but is definitely considered a board game.