Category: Party Games

The Voting Game

With The Voting Game, you have to put to a vote which of the players at the table is most likely to fit into a certain category, such as who would survive the longest in a zombie apocalypse. Then, each player will vote anonymously on who they think would best fit the category. The results are then tallied and players have a chance to redeem themselves. Players can each guess who voted for them, but they can only guess once. The truth is revealed when a player guesses correctly. It is for adults only due to the NSFW content. Number of players: 5-10
Recommended ages: 17+
Estimated playtime: 30-90 minutes

Telestrations: After Dark

In the Telestrations After Dark Board Game, players will pick a sketch book as well as a marker. Different words and prases are chosen from the card deck, and players have to draw and then guess different words as they get passed around the room. The words that are used are adult-only terms, making it a fun party game. Telestrations After Dark Board Game comes with 1200 words stretched out over 100 cards, as well as eight dry erase markers, eight erasable, color-coiled sketch books, eight Telestrations After Dark Board Game drink coasters, and eight cleanup cloths. Number of players: 4-8
Recommended ages: 17+
Estimated playtime: 15 minutes

Spot It

Spot It! is a game where you have to look at two cards and try to find the one that has a matching symbol. You have to find the match quickly and before the other player. There are five unique ways to play the game, ensuring that Spot It! can go on for hours at a time if you want it to. This game is able to develop visual perception skills, focus, fine motor skills and speech-language skills. It comes with 55 cards for you to use that sit inside of a travel tin. It also includes instructions. Number of players: 2-8
Recommended ages: 7+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Spontaneous

Spontaneous – The Song Game is a game that asks its players to use a single word and start singing any song that exists with that word in it. You don’t have to know how to sing to play; you only have to know enough songs to be able to sing out the answers. You have to be quick to be the first one to blurt out a song that comes to mind when it happens. You want to be able to stump the other players in the game by dealing out difficult words. Number of players: 4-10
Recommended ages: 8+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Scattergories

In the Scattergories Game, you are required to think outside of the box. Attempt to outwit the other players to win by coming up with unique answers to the categories. You choose the category cards and then roll the huge, 20-sided die to see which letter appears. Then, you race against the clock to come up with answers that start with the letter on the die. You can only get points if your answers are not the same as those of the other teams. The Scattergories Game affords you with 3,500 possible category combinations so you’ll never play the same game twice. Number of players: 2-4 teams
Recommended ages: 13+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Reverse Charades

With the Reverse Charades Board Game, you can transform the Charades you know into something more fun and exciting. In this game, a team is acting out clues for a single person to guess instead of the other way around, where one person acts out something for a team. It is ideal for kids, teens and adults and can be played at a party or on family game night. It is simple to learn and can be picked up by anyone at any time. This game can last for as few or as many rounds as you’d like. Number of players: 3+
Recommended ages: 6+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Pictionary

The classic Pictionary Game is back to provide you and your family with hours of fun. This game is a quick-draw game that challenges you to draw different people, items and other words and phrases. There are two levels of clues for the family to enjoy, including 120 adult cards and 80 junior cards to work with. The Pictionary Game includes both a dry erase board and a dry erase marker to save paper in the way that the older Pictionary Games did not. It is suitable for children of all ages and games last up to an hour. Number of players: 2 teams
Recommended ages: 8+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Mad Gab

Mad Libs has been given a fun upgrade with the Mattel Mad Gab Game. This game puts teams together to try and figure out groups of unrelated words and make them into phrases before the timer goes off. The words make no sense but sound like other words, forcing you to be creative. The timer comes included to make sure that each team is playing on time. It comes with 150 cards that hold a total of 600 mad gab puzzles. It also comes with a card storage box, a card flipper, a rule sheet and a sand timer. Number of players: 2-12
Recommended ages: 10+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Googly Eyes

The Googly Eyes Game challenges you to put on goggles that alter your vision and then draw something. Whether you are an artist or can barely draw stick figures, you are sure to have fun with this game. Your team has to guess what you are drawing as you are drawing it before the time runs out completely. It is a great game for kids of all ages, and the fun lies in the goggles that make it difficult to see straight let alone draw straight. Googly Eyes Game is intended to be played by kids aged seven and up. Number of players: 4-16
Recommended ages: 7+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

Exploding Kittens: NSFW Edition

The adult-oriented Exploding Kittens: NSFW Edition is a party game that uses strategy to play through a game with a similar concept to Russian Roulette… instead of guns, you are drawing cards and hoping that you do not draw a card with an exploding kitten on it. If you explode, you are out of the game unless you have a Defuse card. You can also help to defuse kittens with things like belly rubs, laser pointers and catnip sandwiches. This game can be played with anywhere between two to five players or, with more decks, up to nine players. Number of players: 2-5
Recommended ages: 16+
Estimated playtime: 15 minutes