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.
The self-acclaimed worst game ever made, Disturbed Friends might be the only party game out there that lets you discover how sick in the head your friends think you are (or how sick THEY are). Gameplay is quite simple, players take turns asking a variety of disturbing and enjoyably offensive multiple choice questions regarding what they would do in a given situation. To make things as ridiculous as possible, the answer choices provided are even more outrageous. Opponents must then individually decide which of the three answers provided would the player be most likely to choose. Whoever chooses the right answer receives a #winning card and by the end of the game, the player with the most #winning cards wins. The game includes 250 disturbing question cards and 100 even more disturbing #winning cards. Asides from being outright nasty at times, Disturbed Friends is a hilarious party game that must be played at least once in a lifetime. If it’s somehow not twisted enough for your standards, the banned Suicide Deck expansion pack is probably what you’re looking for.
Since everyone and their Mom knows how to play tic-tac-toe, this is the no brainer of drinking games. It’s made of surprisingly durable glass and is easily hand washable - since we all know drinking games can escalate quickly. The mini beer mug glasses are also adorable on their own.
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.
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.