5 stars, 111 reviews
Try to get as few points as possible through flipping, trading and collecting cards in a few rounds. You can achieve this goal only if you didn’t uncover all of your cards, because in that case, the round is over. This game will give lots of fun both for kids and adults.
4.5 stars, 4478 reviews
Inspired by meme culture, What do you meme? board game will make you compete with friends and family to create the funniest meme. What do you meme cards are printed on premium playing cards (thick with a gloss finish) and easel and bonus rounds are included. This board game is not for children as it’s designed for adults to have some fun.
4.5 stars, 154 reviews
How do you play a Game For Fame? Well, it’s pretty easy as there are no complicated rules or boring instructions. Get into teams, pick up Money Maker card and start fighting for fame and fortune. There’s a very big variety of funny challenges that will have you, your friends and family giggling and enjoying some quality time.
4.5 stars, 3337 reviews
Pull out a bock without crashing the stack to win at Jenga, that’s pretty much the only goal. The game package includes 54 Jenga hardwood blocks, stacking sleeve with instructions. The bricks are made out of genuine hardwood. This game is simple, solid and timeless and it takes skill, strategy and luck to be a winner at Jenga.
5 stars, 32535 reviews
Described as a party game for horrible people, Cards Against Humanity is a board game in which one player asks in every round a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White card. With 500 White cards and 100 black cards, Cards Against Humanity is designed to make lots of people laugh and have fun.
4.5 stars, 49 reviews
Multi award-winning board game, Big Potato the Chameleon makes you use social deduction, bluffing and secret codes to expose the guilty player. Everyone knows the secret word, except for the player who is the chameleon, so it can get pretty funny on each side. This game is the winner of UK’s best party game of 2017 and dice tower seal of excellence.
4.5 stars, 67 reviews
Named after the street where lives the world’s greatest detective ever, Baker Street board game gives you a chance to be Sherlock Holmes’s assistant and help him solve 20 intriguing cases. If you want to have fun with this game, join forces with 2 to 6 friends and start your mystery-solving adventure. This game is for kids above the age of 10.
4 stars, 340 reviews
Test your knowledge of logos and compete with friends to see who knows the most. The goal of this game is to identify images and answer questions based on logos, products and packaging of the most well-known brands. It won’t take more than 30 minutes to finish this game, but you’ll definitely spend quality 30 minutes with 2 to 6 friends.
5 stars, 1231 reviews
Ravensburger Labyrinth is a moving maze game with magical moving walls through which you must find the way and collect as many treasures as possible. The game package contains 1 game board, 34 maze cards, 24 treasure cards, 4 playing pieces and 1 set of instructions. This game is best for ages 7 and up and is designed to be played by 2 to 4 players.
4.5 stars, 1900 reviews
If you’re a quick thinker and fast talker then you might adore this game. You’ll get questions, and each question asks you to “Name 3..” of something within 5 seconds. Feel free to say whatever comes to your mind even though you might risk some silly answers coming out of your mouth. The rules are simple, so you’ll be able to start right away with 3 to 6 players.