Card games always help keep a party fun and interesting. In recent years, the trend has been to create the dirtiest – but, still fun – card games possible. These games rely on crude humor and profanity which makes things a lot more interesting than a game of “Go Fish.”
Cards Against Humanity
Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends. The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else anonymously answers with their funniest – and most inappropriate – white card. The reader or majority pick the winner of each round. With several expansion sets and thousands of answer cards this game provides hours of laughs
Never Have I Ever Card Game
The classic game has been converted to a fun card game. Still feeling weird about that time you called someone the wrong name during sex? How about when you got arrested for public urination? Don’t worry, all your poor decision-making has finally paid off.
Every game of Never Have I Ever presents a chance to relive life’s funny, embarrassing and awkward moments with your friends. We’ve thought of hundreds of things you may or may not want to admit, and added rules to spice things up. You’ll be amazed how quickly you can learn about someone.
Exploding Kittens Card Game
The name of the game is pretty demented but the rules are rather simple. To sum it up, You’ll have a deck of cards containing some Exploding Kittens. You play the game by putting the deck face down and taking turns drawing cards until someone draws an Exploding Kitten. Then they are out – last one standing wins.
Drunk, Stoned or Stupid Card Game
Put yourself and all your friends in the hot seat at the next shindig by playing this “Drunk, Stoned, or Stupid” card game. In each round one person acts as a judge and reads a card out loud while everyone else says who in the group should be tagged and why
Disturbed Friends Card Game
Disturbed Friends is a party game designed to find out how disturbed your friends are, but, more importantly, how disturbed they think you are. You will be faced with horrible situations and unethical debates that may cause you to re-evaluate your friendships. Essentially, you get a card with a question and three terrible scenarios you pick one anonymously and the party guesses which you would pick in this situation…prepare to be judged.
What Do You Meme? Card Game
Make memes truly social by sharing them with friends and family in the real world with this “What Do You Meme” card game. The judge selects a photo card for all to see, each player then selects the caption card they think best matches the photo
Yeah, that’s what she said.
That’s What She Said calls itself a party game of twisted innuendos, and includes Phrase cards like, “Can I push your stool in?” and “A girl’s gotta eat” to back up the claim. The set comes with 458 cards total, 400 white Phrase and 58 red Setups.
A Terrible Time: A Party Game Where Everyone Loses
Teams of at least two join forces to complete a challenge in one of three categories: Art, Facts, or Performance. If you successfully identify the TERRIBLE THING in under 60 seconds, you advance. Should you be unable to identify a TERRIBLE THING, you must do a TERRIBLE THING by drawing from the Humiliation deck. The first team to make it to HELL wins.
Awkward Turtle Card Game
EASY TO PLAY, HARD TO WIN: Give clues to get your team to guess the words on your card. 352 Awkward Looking Sounding and Feeling Words makes this one of the harder word games for adults.
Quickwits Card Game
The game contains 150 premium playing cards. Each card contains a category and a symbol on it. One by one, each player draws a card and places it face up on the table. When 2 symbols on the table match, the players race to give examples of the category on their opponent’s card. The first to do so gets to keep that card. Once a word has been said during the game, it can no longer be used again. The objective is to win more cards than your stupid friends. There is a very good chance you will be screaming in each other’s faces. It’s okay – that’s normal. There are several other types of cards in the deck that help keep the game interesting. For more detailed directions, check out our step-by-step instructions page and watch our video tutorial. Intended for ages 17+.