If you have grown up playing board games, then you can definitely think of a time that you had great fun with your mates. Contrary to popular belief, board games aren’t just for kids and nerds. Gamers will tell you that having a game night is often more exciting and fun than a night out. Board games can turn even a lousy gathering into a bash!
Today we live in a golden age of gaming with endless options available at our disposal. There are board games for every mood, age group and theme. So, if you are planning to make a collection of your own and bring back the good old days, you might face difficulty picking the best ones. Here’s a list of the best board games to help you get started.
Playing Fog of Love is like being characters of a romantic comedy. Two players meet, fall, in love and face the challenge of making an unusual relationship work. It’s a game of love and laughs and even though your happily ever after may not be certain, what’s certain is a bountiful load of laughs, love, twists and surprises!
Set aside the Friday night Scrabble with this playful game made for playful couples. The game has no board, you play around and explore your partner’s body as guided by the specially scripted Nookii cards. Each action must be completed within the time limit, determined by the number you roll on the dice. Included in the game set to spice up your playtime is a blindfold, do not disturb sign, timer, and playing guidelines.
Find out which of your friends are just as messed up as you thought with this awfully hilarious party game. In this “Would you rather” game, player anonymously answer questions set up by other players, and when everyone has revealed what they would rather do, you’ll find out which friend agrees with you and which friend chooses the other option – potentially an option which is really messed up and depraved.
If you like Card against Humanity and Pictionary, then you’d absolutely love their naughty love child. Gutterhead is a friendishly filthy board game that will certainly have you wetting yourself with laughter. One member from each team draws the fiendishly filthy word while their respective teammates frantically try to guess the word before another team does. The first team to guess correctly wins the round.
In this hilariously nasty game, you choose a topic and everyone writes down a response. Then all the responses are read aloud and you have to guess which of your depraved friends said what! You won’t believe the outrageous things you’ll hear! For the friendishly filthy group of friends, the game of nasty things is a guilty pleasure!
The famous board game Telestrations has grown up and now he is called Telestrations after dark. Telestrations after dark is an adult version of the original Telestrations, so the gameplay is the same, but the word content has changed to more adult fare. Some of the word cards now include stuff such as "Anaconda", "Jackhammer", "Doggie Style", and "Human Centipede".
Guards against insanity is a naughty expansion of Cards against humanity. If you have a dark sense of humor and hope cards against humanity could match your darkness, then this is the game for you! The ASYLUM PACK can be played as a stand-alone game, however, it's more fun when combined with Cards Against Humanity and CAH expansions.
What if memes could bring friends and family together for a game in which the only premise is to out-meme each other? This is what exactly “what do you meme” is all about. Players try to out-meme each other IRL – no screens attached! The rules are simple. Each round, a rotating judge plays a Photo Card and everyone else plays a Caption Card to complete the meme and the judge decides the funniest pairing.
9. CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY
Cards against humanity is a party game for the dark, profane and politically tinged people or as the publisher calls it, cards against humanity is a game for horrible people. The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card. You'll be laughing nonstop and using your darkest humor when you play the Cards against Humanity Game at your next adult game night.
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