Archive for the 'Party Games' Category

Truth be Told – a more personalized Balderdash

It’s really easy, but is it fun? This is a prime example of “it depends on who you play with”.

Cards Against Humanity: Politically incorrect, and we loved it.

Over half of my gaming group wants to purchase copies of it now so that they can take it to play with their other friends. And to me that’s really the highest form of board game flattery.

Likewise! – great minds think alike, but funny ones rarely do.

Maybe for some families this game would be good, or maybe this could be good for younger kids, but for our group of adults it was a bust. Oh well, better luck next time.

The T-Shirt Game: My favorite comparative word game.

I think it goes without saying that my final opinion of this game is a good one. This has been a favorite in this category of game for a long time, and I think it’ll retain it’s title as the reigning king of comparison word games for a long time to come.

A comparison of “Apples to Apples” style games: Pros and Cons

But in this battle for the best Apples to Apples clone, for me and my group, I feel that the ________ game wins hands down.

Faux-cabulary: Lots of Promise, But Short On Words

The premise is cute, and funny, and I see a lot of potential for a good game here. It just needs the addition of a couple dozen more cubes.

Crappy Birthday: An Apples to Apples Clone Without the Creativity

When we got this game home and played a couple of games of it, we realized the fatal flaw.

Word on the Street: Quite Possibly My New Favorite Word Game.

This might quite possibly be my new favorite word game, usurping “Snatch” for that title.

Telestrations: We laughed till we cried, and then we laughed some more.

I’ve never laughed so hard in my life. Tears were streaming down my face. My laughter was laced with snorts.

King crab had just went through a large chain that ended with the exclamation “I’m Jewish!”

Totally Insane Card Game: An Amusing Mom and Pop Game

Compared to other uno clones on the market, The Totally Insane Card Game is probably my favorite.