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Board Game Geek
Well-known within the hobby gaming community, BGG is a very large tabletop gaming database of over 81,000 games with community forum features; an account is free, but you do not need an account to look up games or read forums.
Quantic Foundry Labs
Board Games Motivation Profile
Fill out a 5-7 minute survey and get a customized report that outlines your gaming traits. You can compare your traits to others and get game suggestions based on your traits. There is also a video game version.
Board Game Stats
BG Stats is an app that lets you track game play and get insight reports based on your data. You can also set and track challenge goals if you want to target play for a specific set of games. The app is driven by BoardGameGeek's game database, so the BG Stats app is most useful when you sync it with a BGG account.
The Game Library
The Game Library by Genesee Valley Educational Partnership
A free resource from a library system in NY. Games can be searched for based on subject or even Core Standards alignment. You don't need an account to search the database, though teachers in NY state can benefit from further support.
Play Play Learn
Play Play Learn
Teachers, parents, and children can use the website to find games that align with specific topics and learning levels. There are also links to tools and presentations about how to implement playful learning that are useful to parents and teachers. The site is run by professionals in the library, gaming, and curriculum development fields.
My Little Poppies - Gameschooling Resources
My Little Poppies
Access resources for using games in your homeschool curriculum, including lists of games by age/grade and subject. There is also an active community on Facebook.