My own 5 children also played lots of board games: Monopoly, Clue, Sorry, and others. They also played a form of Rummy with their dad. They had Authors Cards and Old Maid, and Go Fish! When they were older, they played a game called "Spoons" with their friends . I don't recall the details of "Spoons" but know it was rather boisterous and a lot of fun for the participants. Oh, and who can forget Candyland? The little ones loved it and never tired of it. Older siblings and Mama tired of it very soon. Lots of hours passed with these diversions out in the Piney Woods of East Texas.
During Hurricane Rita, we evacuated to my daughter's home (which was not far enough as Rita was still a hurricane there). While we had no electricity, out came the old and new board games. We played with the old Clue game from 30 years ago and a newer Star Wars version of Monopoly (How even these things have changed!) and even tried our hand at Scrabble. I think this got the 2 oldest grands into board games, at least for a while. At any rate, board games are good for really getting to know each other and interacting as family and friends. What's the word? Bonding.
Last time two of the younger grands came to visit we spent some time playing "pick up sticks" with real wooden sticks and started a game of Sequence. I don't think I stand a chance against this 6 and 10 1/2 yr. old in any game that requires strategy. They both are serious chess players, playing in tournaments. But I had fun spending time with them.
So just for fun, I searched ESN for games, especially "old fashioned" non-electronic games. I didn"t find many.
A Heist Card Game in Original Packaging at Bargain Express fits the criteria. Must say I am not familiar with Heist.
Next I found this New 500 Piece Bear Jigsaw Puzzle at Eccentric Thrifter. While not a game, puzzles serve the purpose of group bonding. So I included it.
and as a last resort, I had to choose some Computer Games from a Lil Bit of This N That.
Just not too many old fashioned board games out there.