If you’ve ever dreamed of conquering the Death Star, now is your chance. However, if destroying a fleet of Rebels is more your style, you’re also in luck. The Star Wars Risk Black Edition board game lets you team up and recreate the Battle of Endor Risk-style. This is an awesome gift for a board-game-loving Star Wars fan
TableTopics is a fun way to spice up the conversations at your next dinner party. Since we all know dinner conversations can get a bit repetitive, these cards will have you discovering your guests’ most unexpected life experiences and opinions. It comes with 126 well diversified questions; including explicit questions, general and easy-to-answer questions, and more thought-provoking questions. While some cards might be more tamed than others, the combination of cards ensures a wealth of engaging conversation topics for almost any group of people.
If you’re a fan of silliness, randomness, chaos, and awesome party games, We Didn’t Playtest This At All will knock your socks off. Each game lasts between thirty seconds and five minutes (literally), making it the perfect game for anyone with a low attention span, or anyone under the influence for that matter. While each game is short, in most cases you’ll end up playing non-stop for hours.
This portable SEGA Genesis game player is sure to evoke some nostalgia. It comes with an awesome collection of classic 16-bit games, including 40 top-favorite Genesis games and 40 more generic games that even your Mom will enjoy. There’s an SD slot so you can also download your own games. This is a cool travel accessory for a gamer.
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.