We are coming into the get together season. So many holiday parties with friends and family and if you’re anything like us you will be playing lots and lots of games! That's why we've put together a list of our favorite PARTY GAMES for you to enjoy!
Depending on the size of your group, games can be hard to find. We’ve held our fair share of group game nights over the years and, through trial and error, have found our favorites! We play a handful of games that you can’t necessarily buy when it comes to big group games but here’s our list of physical games you can actually purchase. We normally save these games for a group of 8 of more.
We absolutely live for Secret Hitler! It is our number one big group game and we play it any chance we get. Get ready to lie your heart out to win, and believe me, things can get heated quickly! It’s not uncommon for me to walk away from a night of Secret Hitler with a raspy voice from too much yelling haha.
Secret Hitler can be played with 5-10 players but we prefer to play it with 8-10 people as we find it way more fun! It’s a similar concept to Mafia, Werewolf, and those types of games but it has a few different twists to it that make it far superior in my opinion!
We played Who's the Dude at our Halloween Party this year and it quickly became a favorite for everyone present. This is a party game we will play time and time again. Did you see our reel on Instagram playing the game? If you missed it, click here!
The Outlaws hunt the Sheriff, the Sheriff hunts the Outlaws, and the Renegade is ready to join one side or the other. In this fast paced card game, everyone's identities remain a secret except for one: the Sheriff!
Each time I tell Collin we are doing a group game night he exclaims "do we have enough people to play Bang!? That's why we own Bang! The Bullet. It has the base game and all 3 expansion packs in it. It's worth it to buy the bullet rather than just the base game or individual expansions in our opinion. This way you get the base game and every single expansion making it possible to play with more people and have more fun!
Although this game is made to play with up to six players, we have often played it as couples making us able to compete with six couples (12 people!). It's a fun warm up game to liven the mood and get everyone excited for the rest of the evenings games.
When playing with a large group, we often tell everyone to bring three $1 bills. We use these rather than the chips in the game. The winner takes the entire pot in the center! Play with 10 people and the winner walks away with $30!