Brought to life by a Kickstarter campaign, Ibetcha is a hilarious party game that combines two widely beloved party games: Cards Against Humanity and Never Have I Ever. Like most games for parties, Ibetcha gets a little raunchy at times, but the explicitness is balanced out by a mix of semi-explicit and completely non-explicit cards. The ultimate objective of the game is to guess what messed up things your friends have or haven’t done or what they’d be willing to do.
Gameplay is pretty simple: each player puts down a Betchya Card that they think the Victim (the player whose turn it is) has done or would be willing to do. The Victim must then confess or deny each card that they’ve received.
This is where it gets hilarious: the group of players must then shout which story should be revealed in further detail. The Victim then must tell that story in full detail. Whoever submitted the card that merited a story wins the number of points indicated on the card. The player that reaches 10 points first wins the game.
Overall, this is a great party game for getting to know your friend’s dirty little secrets.
DEER LORD! is the perfect combination of strategy, sneaky trickery and hilarity. It basically involves doing things without getting caught and dueling other players based on the crazy Duel cards provided. It’s the kind of party game where you don’t actually have to follow rules — making it all-the-more fun and spontaneous. Unlike many party card games out there, DEER LORD! can be played with minors, making it the perfect game for holiday parties where family is present.
Walking Dead fans and board game lovers alike will rejoice in this zombie apocalypse rendition of Monopoly. Fans will especially appreciate the chosen tokens (a bucket of body parts, Rick’s hat, etc.) and properties (Rick’s neighborhood, Greene family barn, etc.). The survival element adds a whole new level of excitement to an inherently competitive game.
Strategy and alcohol consumption typically don’t go hand-in-hand, but this shot glass chess set is wonderful for a drunken game of chess. It’s a great 2-player drinking game for chess lovers (or a mature set of adults), however, it might take you the entire night to finish the game.
Despite its name, POOP is everything but a poopy card game. POOP can be be enjoyed as an UNO-like card game (but better) for all ages or as a fun drinking game for adults. The ultimate goal of the game is pretty straightforward: poop in the toilet, but don’t clog it. You lose when you run out of poop (cards).