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).
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.
In line with the party game’s title, Nasty Things combines everything nasty, from sick humor to things you just wouldn’t normally say aloud. When combined with a few drinks, the Nasty Things game the potential to unveil the innermost craziest thoughts in even the most ‘prudest’ of your friends. The cool part about this adult party game is that the level of inappropriateness of the game really depends on the group playing – and perhaps the amount of alcohol involved.
Conquer the Seven Kingdoms and the Iron Throne in this epic Game of Thrones edition of the game Risk. With three variations to choose from: 2-player, 5-player, or 7-player, this strategic game of blood and warfare is bound to consume at least 6 hours of your night. Sharpen your swords and start planning your next hardcore board game night.
Cards Against Humanity is most definitely one of the best party games on the planet. Since there’s nothing more than randomness and chance involved, it’s an incredibly simple game that even the haters will partake in. Who knows, you might even collectively pee yourselves laughing.