Every friend group has their own preferences on whether they want to go out or stay in on the weekends. My friend group likes to mix it up — sometimes we like a night out on the town, but other times we like to stay in and have a friendly game night. We have tried plenty of games and have come up with a list of favorites. Here is a list of fun games for your crew to check out for your next game night.
Each player gets assigned a numbered card and cards with that number and other player’s numbers. Players take turns reading the question card and then everyone votes for the player the statement most relates to. This game allows players to get to know their friends better and maybe even learn something about them they never knew. The goal of the game is to get the least number of cards.
From Jackbox Games, Quiplash is played on the computer. Each player connects to the game through their phone and is given a phrase, question or statement they are supposed to finish. Two players go head-to-head at a time and the rest vote on the best response. The player with the most votes, wins.
If you are looking for a game that will make your group laugh out loud, What Do You Meme? is the one for you! Each player gets seven different cards and you take turns picking out a viral meme for players to describe. Once the meme is picked, players will look at the cards and put down the phrase they think best describes the meme. Once everyone has put down their cards, the player that drew the meme votes on the best one.
Grab your favorite drinks and friends and get ready to have fun. This drinking game is bound to get the party started. A rotating judge will pull out a card and read the task aloud, then everyone else will race to do what the card says. Once players complete the task, the judge will determine who was the first and last to complete it. The winner gives out a drink and the loser must take a drink.
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