The 13 Most Outrageous Adult Party Games You've Never Played Before
Note: This list only features the best adult party games with at least 4.2/5 stars, and most have 25+ reviews. All featured reviews were written by verified purchasers. Product selections are 100% our own - we do not accept sponsored placements.
The meteoric rise of Cards Against Humanity injected new life into adults-only game night. It also led to dozens and dozens of copycats and other adult-oriented games. While most of them are subpar, a few diamonds in the rough have emerged. These 13 games are great new options for game night - just check out their reviews to see how people are raving about them. Who knows, you might even find a game or two that rivals or even beats (gasp!) the all-mighty Cards Against Humanity.
1. Telestrations After Dark. A combination of Pictionary and Telephone that will make you laugh so hard you might puke. Seriously.
Average Rating: 4.5/5 stars (300+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "If you're looking for some good laughs, get this game! It is a blast and I guarantee you'll be entertained for hours. Believe it or not I had to buy this game a second time. The first one got vomit all over the cards from one of the players laughing too hard. My girlfriend had a neck injury at the time we first played. She laughed so hard she needed to put her neck brace back on. I couldn't make this up."
2. Joking Hazard. Create your own (extremely disturbing) comic strip.
Average Rating: 4.7/5 stars (590+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "I just played this with six people and one of them had to go to the hospital with a hernia because he was laughing so hard. We will mourn his passing but look forward to further updated cards."
3. Disturbed Friends. The game where you get to vote on (and learn about) the messed up things your friends might do.
Average Rating: 4.3/5 stars (830+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "What sets this apart from Cards Against Humanity and other insensitive, offensive, downright despicable card games is that instead of picking one combination of cards that is the best/worst/funniest/most outrageous, all of the cards have three awesome/horrible options on them. You pick one and your "friends" have to decide which option they think you would prefer. Play it with your closest friends for a good time or with your coworkers for a super awkward Monday."
4. Nasty Things. The game with open-ended responses...so the sky's the limit for how far past the line you can go.
Average Rating: 4.5/5 stars (150+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "What a BLAST. Things get pretty creative to tell you the truth! It's amazing what people come up with in their dirty minds... Especially when they are drinking wine or cocktails. Hehe. Anyway, this game is fun, witty, and really offers a million reasons to laugh and have fun with your group. I highly recommend this game to families and friends who aren't afraid to get a little dirty."
5. Drink-O-Tron. Every drinking game you've played rolled into one. Uh oh.
Average Rating: 4.8/5 stars (10+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "I got this game through Kickstarter and it is great! It plays just like Kings Cup, which gets confusing to me playing with a normal deck of cards and trying to remember which number means what - especially after a few drinks, but I was surprised at the level of detail."
6. Draw What?! The game where you must draw some twisted stuff - and then watch a friend act it out.
Average Rating: 4.7/5 stars (230+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "This is a really fun game...and so freaking funny! Watching my husband's face as he realized he had to act out the word "beastiality" was a priceless moment I don't think I'll ever forget. I can't remember laughing so hard. Perfect for couples or slightly larger groups."
7. 5 Second Rule: Uncensored. The seemingly simple game that makes you and your friends feel like idiots.
Average Rating: 4.2/5 stars (75+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "Brings out the racy side of people on quite a few occasions. You will love this game!"
8. Wits & Wagers. The guessing game that requires zero knowledge of anything.
Average Rating: 4.6/5 stars (230+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "Wits and Wagers is a fantastic game. In other trivia games, I feel I don't have enough specific knowledge within the topics being asked. Luckily, Wits and Wagers rewards you for educated guesses! Now instead of needing to know everything about everything, I can get by on educated guesses and a little applied psychology in reading my friends' expressions."
9. Smart Ass. The game where yelling and interrupting aren't just encouranged...they're required.
Average Rating: 4.5/5 stars (870+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "The game is a great mix of trivia questions, so that both young and older adults have a chance to answer. We get a lot of laughs out of the game and inventing "ass" words to go the game: "slow ass", "drag ass", "zip ass" and so on. Our son is college age and his friends have a great time with the game. Our friends enjoy it a lot, also. Sometimes the reader is laughing so hard, they can't read properly. This is one of those games where winning isn't important, it just means that it's time to start a new game."
10. Mad Gab. The phonetic game where what you say is not always what you hear.
Average Rating: 4.4/5 stars (130+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "Ordered this for a NYE party we were hosting and guests couldn't get enough of it. Of course, pair this game with a little alcohol and you've got grown men and women rolling around in laughter."
11. SUPERFIGHT. Your friends' idiotic arguments finally serve a purpose.
Average Rating: 4.6/5 stars (310+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "You may start with Mr. Rogers in a Bubble with a Lightsaber destroying a Kindergarten class that is 6 inches tall and made of mud, but soon you will witness a deluge of increasingly obscure references until you lose all your friends defending your new favorite sweater wearing superhero."
12. Reverse Charades. Instead of you acting out something for your team, your team acts out something for you!
Average Rating: 4.7/5 stars (470+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "I like this game better than the original charades where only one person acts out the clues...this one everyone acts it out together and a person guesses. Its more entertaining and people aren't stuck waiting for their turn to participate so its more enjoyable. Makes everyone a lot more energized and even louder than the original charades."
13. Code Names. Warning: you will become addicted to this simple to learn yet difficult to master social word game.
Average Rating: 4.8/5 stars (1,100+ reviews)
Reviewers say: "I looked at this game and thought, wow how boring a game about words. WRONG, boy was I surprised this game has overnight became a group favorite, and I own over 80 games. This game is simple to start but insanely hard to master, you start to learn a lot about how you and your friends think about things. BUY THIS GAME NOW. That's honestly all I have to say."
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