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.
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.
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
The Urban Dictionary Card Game takes the funniest and most obscene words and expressions coined by the Urban Dictionary community and turns them into a hilarious Cards of Humanity-like card game, but with a twist. Gameplay is straightforward: players take turns responding to prompt cards using vocabulary curated from the Urban Dictionary website. Some cards must be acted out or sketched on the provided dry erase board. The designated judge must then decide which player’s word choice, drawing, or performance was the most inappropriately hilarious. The first player to win over the judge's sense of humor five times wins. The game comes equipped with 330 word cards, 81 prompt cards, a dry erase board and a marker.
Famous for being the most successful Kickstarter project of all time, Exploding Kittens’ NSFW edition is amongst the most hilarious games to date. With its easy-to-follow instructions, it’s perfect for engaging those with even the lowest attention span, but despite its quirkiness and simplicity, there is some strategy involved.