Category: Party Games

HedBanz

With HedBanz by Spin Master Games, players attach a card with an object on it to their headbands. Each player is unable to see what is on their own card. You must try to determine what is on the card and correctly take a guess by asking other players questions to try and determine what card they have attached to their headbands. Guess correctly the most times in order to win. This game comes with a sand clock timer, 74 cards, six headbands, 24 chips and even a timer for all-night fun. It uses common items and is entertaining for the whole family. Number of players: 2-6
Recommended ages: 7+
Estimated playtime: 20-30 minutes

Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens is a strategic game that is similar to Russian Roulette but played as a much less dangerous board game. Players draw cards until an exploding kitten is drawn, and when they explode, they are out of the game. There are different cards that can help diffuse kitten bombs from exploding, but only if you are lucky enough to have them. This family-friendly party game can be played by up to nine players when combined with other decks or up to five players when played with only one deck. All of the cards feature illustrations by the famous The Oatmeal. Number of players: 2-5
Recommended ages: 7+
Estimated playtime: 15 minutes

Drunk, Stoned, or Stupid

DRUNK STONED OR STUPID is a game where you read from 250 different prompts and try to determine what kind of person–drunk, stoned or stupid–would do such a thing. The game is recommended for groups of upwards of 10. You are supposed to pick out which one of your friends is most likely to do the activity as well. This party game has people making assumptions about those playing the game with each player trying to denounce the activity or adjective, defending themselves against it. The player with the least amount of cards at the end of the game wins. Number of players: 4+
Recommended ages: 17+
Estimated playtime: 30+ minutes

Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity is a game where a raunchy question is presented or a phrase needs to be completed. Players each lay down the cards or card pertaining to the answer. The dealer each round decides which card wins. Give the funniest answers the most times during the game to win. This game comes with 500 white cards that you will need to use in order to answer the prompts that are given on the black cards. The game has its own rules and other rules that you can choose to play with outside of the standard rules. Number of players: 4-20+
Recommended ages: 17+
Estimated playtime: 30-90 minutes

Bottle Flip

Bottle Flipping has become an internet sensation over the years, letting people try to land a bottle upright in increasingly challenging situations. For those who want to test their skills when it comes to flipping bottles, Edge Innovations LLC’s Bottle Flip is for you. This fun game instructs you on different ways to flip a bottle and land it, each one ultimately creative and increasingly difficult to truly put you to the test. There are 120 flip challenges in which you are aiming for a target each time. The game includes a game board and a starter bottle. Number of players: 2-6
Recommended ages: 7+
Estimated playtime: 20-30 minutes

Beat the Parents

A family trivia game, kids play against their parents to win Beat The Parents by Spin Master Games. In this game, each team asks each other trivia questions to try and score the most points. Bonus and Bust tokens exist to help give your score a boost or to push it back. This game comes complete with 110 cards, a game board, six tokens and four movers. The Bonus and Bust will either help you move forward to get closer to winning or send you back on the board to mess things up for you. The first team to move across the board wins. Number of players: 2+
Recommended ages: 6+
Estimated playtime: 30 minutes

5 Second Rule

In the game 5 Second Rule by PlayMonster, you have only five seconds to come up with three different words that match up with the topic at hand. If the timer runs out by the marble hitting the base of the timer before you can come up with the words, you lose the round. Try to say the right thing and avoid getting tongue tied in order to keep your points up and win the game. There are 576 questions included on 288 cards. This game can be played by anyone 10 years of age or older with three or more players. Number of players: 3+
Recommended ages: 10+
Estimated playtime: 20 minutes