Board games are a lot of fun.
No longer particularly common in the age of PC versus console ( Naturally, the answer is whichever you like [but, seriously, PC]), board games are the continuation of past-times from around the world that served as the main leisure for people everywhere for thousands of years.
Last night, I played a game called Betrayal on the House on the Hill. It's a board game where you build the board. Each piece is a new room in the house that you and your friends explore as characters who collect helpful items and attempt to raise stats before the haunt - the chief conflict of the game (which changes every game depending on how the house is arranged, and which character draws the card) - begins.
It's a great game full of creativity and unexpected twists.