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  • Absolute Balderdash

    Absolute Balderdash is the expanded second edition of Balderdash. Balderdash is based on bluffing your opponents into guessing your false definitions to obscure words. Absolute Balderdash adds several new categories to the mix: Movies (make up a plot), Dates (say what happened on it), People (say what the person did), and Initials (make up what they stand for). The real answers are often even more outrageous than the bluffs, so the game offers plenty of laughs.

  • Anomia Party/Large Group Edition

    Anomia plays off the fact that our minds are positively brimming with all sorts of random information: things to eat, pop songs, websites, etc… Sure, under normal circumstances, it’s easy to give an example of a frozen food or a dog breed, but you’ll find that your brain works a little differently under pressure!

  • Apples to Apples

    The party game Apples to Apples consists of two decks of cards: Things and Descriptions. Each round, the active player draws a Description card (which features an adjective like “Hairy” or “Smarmy”) from the deck, then the other players each secretly choose the Thing card in hand that best matches that description and plays it face-down on the table. The active player then reveals these cards and chooses the Thing card that, in his opinion, best matches the Description card, which he awards to whoever played that Thing card. This player becomes the new active player for the next round.

  • Billionaire Banshee

    Billionaire Banshee is a game where everyone playing pretends they’re single and looking for a soul mate. There are two card piles: exciting Perks and questionable Quirks. The player whose turn it is grabs one card from each pile and the combination of traits listed makes up their potential lover.

  • Blurble

    In Blurble, you need to think quickly — and obliquely — to grab more cards than any other player.

  • Buy the Rights

    Do you have what it takes to make it in the high-stakes world of Hollywood? Find out with Buy the Rights, the fast-paced, fun-filled party game for the movie lover in us all!

  • Cards Against Humanity

    Play begins with a judge, known as the “Card Czar”, choosing a black question or fill-in-the-blank card from the top of the deck and showing it to all players. Each player holds a hand of ten white answer cards at the beginning of each round, and passes a card (sometimes two) to the Card Czar, face-down, representing their answer to the question on the card. The card czar determines which answer card(s) are funniest in the context of the question or fill-in-the-blank card. The player who submitted the chosen card(s) is given the question card to represent an “Awesome Point”, and then the player to the left of the new Card Czar becomes the new Czar for the next round. Play continues until the players agree to stop, at which point the player with the most Awesome Points is the winner.

  • Cash ‘n Guns

    In an abandoned warehouse a gangster band is splitting its loot, but they can’t get an agreement on the split! It’s time to let the guns talk and soon everyone is aiming at everyone. The richest surviving gangster wins the game!

  • Cash ‘n Guns Yakuzas

    With this expansion you can play Ca$h’n Gun$ with 9 players now.

  • Codenames

    In Codenames, two teams compete to see who can make contact with all of their agents first. Spymasters give one-word clues that can point to multiple words on the board. Their teammates try to guess words of the right color while avoiding those that belong to the opposing team. And everyone wants to avoid the assassin.

  • Codenames – Disney

    In Codenames, two teams compete to see who can guess all of their words correctly first — but those words are hiding in plain sight in a 5×5 grid that includes the words of the other team, neutral words, and an assassin that will cause you to lose the game immediately if you guess it. One person on each team is a spymaster and only these two know which words belong to each team. Spymasters take turns giving one-word clues that can point to multiple words on the board. Their teammates try to guess words of the right color while avoiding those that belong to the opposing team — and everyone wants to avoid the assassin.

  • Codenames – Marvel

    Codenames: Marvel combines the hit social word game Codenames, while featuring characters and locations from the Marvel Universe including, Spider Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers and Doctor Strange. Opposing teams, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hydra, compete to be the first to identify all of their team’s ‘field agents’ from 25 Code cards displayed in a 5×5 grid. Code cards contain pictures on one side and words on the other.

  • Codenames: Harry Potter

    Codenames: Harry Potter features the gameplay from Codenames Duet, with players working together to reveal all the right cards before they run out of time or summon Lord Voldemort or another dark wizard.

  • Codenames: Pictures

    Two rival spymasters know the agent in each location. They deliver coded messages telling their field operatives where to go for clandestine meetings. Operatives must be clever. A decoding mistake could lead to an unpleasant encounter with an enemy agent – or worse, with the assassin! Both teams race to contact all their agents, but only one team can win.

  • Concept

    In Concept, your goal is to guess words through the association of icons. A team of two players – neighbors at the table – choose a word or phrase that the other players need to guess. Acting together, this team places pieces judiciously on the available icons on the game board.

  • Coup: Rebellion

    In Coup: Rebellion G54 (G54), the last player with influence in the game wins, with influence being represented by face-down character cards in your playing area. Before each game players choose five character roles from a randomized deck. Characters have a unique variable power, and the deck is formed by three iterations of each role for fifteen cards total.

  • Crabs Against Humidity: 2

    Love Cards Against Humanity, but even with the official expansions do you find yourself playing the same cards over and over again? Enter Crabs Adjust Humidity: Volume Two, a crappy little third-party, unofficial, unauthorized expansion card set — featuring 80 white cards and 32 black cards — that blends seamlessly with the original game.

  • Crabs Against Humidity: 3

    Crabs Adjust Humidity: Volume Three adds 112 cards for use with Cards Against Humanity.

  • Crabs Against Humidity: 4

    Crabs Adjust Humidity: Volume Four is comprised of 112 cards representing the very pinnacle of tasteless, juvenile humor.

  • Crabs Against Humidity: 5

    Here’s another 112 cards, stuffed to the gills full of blasphemy, vitriol and the foul gibbering of the irredeemably insane. Includes: 80 white cards, and 32 black cards.

  • Crabs Against Humidity: 6

    Fresh from the smoking wreckage of Testing Bay Three, we bring you another deck of 112 cards so vile and morally-bankrupt, someone may try to elect it president.

  • Cranium

    Cranium Family Fun gives families the best way to play together as a team in an unforgettably fun game that gives everyone a chance to shine. Packed with 16 hilarious activities, Cranium Family Fun gets you building, flipping, sketching, sculpting, guessing, and laughing out loud together every time you play!

  • Deception: Murder in Hong Kong

    In the game, players take on the roles of investigators attempting to solve a murder case – but there’s a twist. The killer is one of the investigators! Each player’s role and team are randomly assigned at the start of play and include the unique roles of Forensic Scientist, Witness, Investigator, Murderer, and Accomplice. While the Investigators attempt to deduce the truth, the murderer’s team must deceive and mislead. This is a battle of wits!

  • Deja Vu

    Forgetting something you saw only seconds earlier is one thing; remembering something that has never happened is the opposite experience. Both of these feelings come together in Déjà Vu, with players reacting to cards as they pass to grab repeated objects.

  • Dirty Neighbours: This Game is Not for You

    Dirty Neighbors is a party game for mature audiences. The game combines everyone’s wit, humor, and personal problems to expose things you never knew about your friends. The more dirt you have on your friends, the more your jaw will hurt from laughing. But, then again… this game is not for you.

  • Disorder

    Disorder is a word game that takes wits, strategy and a bit of bluffing. Each round, players must add one card to the board. They can choose it to be a specific letter, or they can opt to make it wild! Either way, they have to make sure it fits, because sooner or later, somebody is going to have to face the music… do they add another letter and risk it all? Or is it time to throw down the gauntlet and challenge? These letters can form lots of different words… or can they? Is it really a word or are people bluffing? Anything can be made out of Disorder, but if it happens on your turn… you better be able to come up with the right word!

  • Dixit

    One player is the storyteller for the turn and looks at the images on the 6 cards in her hand. From one of these, she makes up a sentence and says it out loud (without showing the card to the other players). Each other player selects the card in their hands which best matches the sentence and gives the selected card to the storyteller, without showing it to the others. The storyteller shuffles her card with all the received cards. All pictures are shown face up and every player has to bet upon which picture was the storyteller’s.

  • Dixit: Odyssey

    Game play in Dixit Odyssey matches that of Dixit: Each turn one player is the storyteller. This player secretly chooses one card in his hand, then gives a word or sentence to describe this card—but not too obviously. Each other player chooses a card in hand that matches this word/sentence and gives it to the storyteller. The storyteller then lays out the cards, and all other players vote on which card belongs to the storyteller. If no one or everyone guesses the storyteller’s card, the storyteller receives no points and all players receive two; otherwise the storyteller and the correct guesser(s) each receive three points. Players score one point for each vote their image receives. Players refill their hands, and the next player becomes the storyteller. When the deck runs out, the player with the most points wins.

  • Donkey – It’s a Kick

    You won’t get bored with this game! Each Kicker Card challenge makes every round unique! In addition, players get to “police” other players and give them an unwanted letter score if they “slip up.” Seasoned players of 8 or even 9 at a table will have this game over in 45 minutes or less! Once there’s a D-O-N-K-E-Y in the game, the players start dropping like flies. There may only be one champion, but everyone walks away a winner with this game! Absolutely as much fun to lose as it is to win!

  • Double Down

    Double Down, first released as Lobo 77, is a simple game of playing cards to add to (or subtract from) a running total. Players must try to avoid creating a total which is a multiple of 11, or taking the total over 77. Chips are given out at the start of the game, and are lost as players fail to keep to these rules – the last player with chips remaining is the winner.

  • Emoji Party

    Quick, Grab the eggplant! Emoji Party will have your friends on the edge of their seats with a smile on their face. This light-hearted party game can be learned in a minute and played in under twenty.

  • Fake News

    Make up hilariously believable headlines to score! Shoot for top points, fakest news, or just for the most laughs.

  • Fruit Punch

    Fruit Punch

    Fruit Punch is a speed action game in which players watch for sets of exactly five fruit. The deck contains 56 playing cards showing four kinds of fruit in groups of 1 to 5 and a bell of the type found at hotel reception desks.

  • Funemployed

    Funemployed is a card-based party game in which everyone’s trying to become employed. Apply for real jobs, like astronaut, lawyer or priest, with unreal qualifications, such as a dragon, the ability to speak panda, or a DeLorean. In the game, each player uses his qualifications to convince the other players that he’s the best qualified for a job. To do this, players tell the story of why their qualifications make them the best fit for a job by role-playing and acting like they are on an interview. Find innovative ways to use your qualifications and become the most “funemployed” player at the table!