Traditional games - used mostly everywhere as the term to contrast against Video games. The term encompasses card games, board games, pen&paper RPGs, miniature strategies, games of skill, and so on. Interestingly, many of casino games are excluded - except for these which are commonly played for fun outside of casinos (you'd find Poker to be commonly talked about in traditional games communities, but Roulette - not really, it's just called a casino game.)
The term was first coined in the video game industry as the term to encompass video games genre, that simulates the "non-computer games" as they were called before the term made it back into mainstream. Currently, you'll find this used e.g. as Ebay category name ("traditional and board games" - some of modern board games don't like themselves counted among "traditional", well, take a game that takes 2-4h just to learn the basic rules!), or as names of communities on popular sites like 4chan, SomethingAwful.