Most of the time people enjoy having parties using default aids – some buzz, good stories and hyper music,but even that gets boring from time to time. What are the other options to entertain your friends? Board games are meant not for everybody, but there are some, which will liven up your party and bring everyone together. We have created the list of our favorites:
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.
The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card.
In this game, teams of two+ compete against one another in challenges based on art, facts or performance. Sound like Cranium? Well, it’s far from it. If your team completes its challenge you move along, but fail and you’ll have to do something awful from a “Humiliation” deck. We think this sounds like a terribly good time.
This techy card game prompts you and your friends to compete in smartphone-based tasks. With assignments ranging from “Find your best #selfie” to “Create an emoji masterpiece,” you’re guaranteed belly laughs and conversation starters galore. Just like with Cards Against Humanity, each round has a judge that picks the winner so get your phone stacked with game changers now.
Deal With It – The Game of Bad Choices is a fun new drinking card game that let’s you get revenge on your friends in silly and often offensive ways.
The game combines all the things we love about drinking games with it’s own unique style and abundance of fun, awkward cards that’ll make any night, a night to remember.
The Walking Drunk is a social-interactive card game designed to have an unforgettable time with your friends. Our game is part social interaction, using fun and creative activities to get players laughing and enjoying themselves, part drinking game including all sorts of alcohol related activities and part board game including a just enough strategy to keep the game moving along between activities. The Walking Drunk provides around 2 hours of gameplay for 3-8 players, although most probably you will run out of alcohol before you could finish the game.