Remember as kids when we had sleepovers and we played Risk, Monopoly and Chutes and Ladders until our parents came down and told us all to go to sleep? Yeah, these definitely are NOT those kind of games. Nonetheless, these board games for adults are still a blast.
WARNING: These games are intended for adults, ages 18 and over.
Take a page out of your childhood’s book with these fun board games. Make your next adult gathering into a fun game night. Cheese plate and wine NOT INCLUDED.
Top 10 Board Games JUST for Adults
Love Cards Against Humanity? Well this is kind of like Cards Against Humanity on crack. Like fighting? Like debating with your friends about who would win in a fight? Then this is for you.
Poop is funny, okay. This game is a laugh riot and although it’s a fun game for adults, it still is appropriate enough for the entire family. It’s very similar to UNO and probably the most fun you’ll ever have outside of the bathroom. If you have a small gathering of 2-5 people, this game is a perfect little way to spend about 15 minutes or so (or until someone clogs the toilet.)
This highly intriguing game was part of the most highly funded kickstarter of all time. According to them, it is a card game for people who are into kittens and explosions and boob wizards and sometimes butts.
Always wanted to get some sick tats? Too scared to go with it for real? Get a taste of what it’s like with the game Ink’d. Basically, players get in each others’ personal space drawing them patterns like mermaids, cats, etc and the players getting “ink’d” have to guess.
This game is one part “Never Have I Ever” and one part “Cards Against Humanity.”
“DRUNK STONED OR STUPID is a party game for you and your stupid friends. Each round a card is drawn and the group decides who in the group would be most likely to…
#92 CALL DIBS ON PEOPLE AT PARTIES
#119 USE DADDY’S CREDIT CARD
#147 SHAME PEOPLE FOR GOING TO BED
#163 WATCH “PLANET EARTH” FOR 5 HOURS
#207 TRASH TALK AT THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS”
Yet another game similar to Cards Against Humanity, Bucket of Doom is like a game of getting worst case scenario and figuring out how to “MacGyver” your way out of them. Plus, it’s a game of British orgins so American players can enjoy the cultural differences.
I really don’t know how to describe this game. This is one you really just need to try out for yourself. The objective, as per most other games, is to win. However, getting to that point may involve anything from rock, paper, scissors matches to avoiding dragons.
There you have it. These are THE top board games for adults. If you haven’t already purchased at least one of these gems for your next grown-up gathering, what are you waiting for?