33 Most Hilarious Board Games for Adults

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Last Updated on May 4, 2022 by Danielle

Best Party Board Games for Adults
Bring out the alcohol, we’ve chosen 33 best party board games for adults that you won’t forget about after a hangover.

p>Put the Monopoly away, put the kids to sleep, invite all your friends to your dorm, and get out the drinks, board game night just got a whole lot more interesting. We’ve chosen the best adult games to play late night with college friends, groups of married couples, or with single friends.

These party games for adults are best played with a couple servings of alcohol. We must warn you some of these board and card games are for adults only. Many of these games contain sexual or alcohol related humor that will leave you feeling dirty, horrible, and embarrassed. These games are not for grandma or anybody who is easily offended.

Here are 33 fun party board games for adults that will leave you laughing so hard that you will be left with stomach cramps.

Best Adult Party Games


Cards Against HumanityAges 17+Cards Against Humanitycheck price

Don’t play Cards Against Humanity with anyone who gets easily offended. The game is like a grownup version of Apples To Apples with raunchy, dirty, and totally inappropriate content. It’s a fill-in-the-blank game where players compete for the best answer.

What Do You Meme?Ages 17+What Do You Meme?check price

Imagine Cards Against Humanity with Memes! In What Do You Meme?, you have to use cards to create funny captions for photos. During each round, a photo is chosen and each player is given 7 caption cards. Players play the best caption card. The judge picks the best answer. At the end of the round, the judge rotates to the next player. This is an R-Rated game that is not recommended for anybody offended by sexual jokes.

These Cards Will Get You DrunkAges 21+These Cards Will Get You Drunkcheck price

Get ready to compete, vote, and screw your friends over. These Cards Will Get You Drunk is a fun drinking card game played with beer, shots, wine … or your favorite alcoholic beverage. Just drink responsibly! You draw a card, read each card out loud, follow the rules, and drink. It’s really simple but the cards are hilarious and it will have everyone laughing out loud while having a good time! The best part? It’s a great excuse to drink with friends.

Buzzed – This is The Drinking Game Ages 21+Buzzed - This is The Drinking Game check price

Put away Connect 4. Forget family board game night. Are you ready to get wasted? In Buzzed, players draw cards with a prompt on it like “Take a drink if you’ve ever been a sexy animal for Halloween” Based on the card, either you or your friends are encouraged to take a shot. It’s basically Never Have I Ever. There are 180 cards that are all designed to get you to reach to the bottom of your glass. Pair it with Cards Against Humanity for a rachous time.

New Phone, Who Dis?Ages 17+New Phone, Who Dis?check price

New Phone, Who Dis? is basically Cards Against Humanity with a cell phone twist. In the game, one player draws an inbox card. Other players have to choose the funniest response. The judge picks the best answer. For example, an inbox card could be “Yo, wanna meet my goldfish this weekend? I think you guys would really vibe.” A replay could be “Is this you trying to flirt with me?” The cards are very dirty and sexual in nature — similar to the level of vulgarity you would find in Cards Against Humanity.

For The GirlsAges 17+For The Girlscheck price

From the creators of What Do You Meme?, For The Girls is designed just for ladies and their girlfriends. It’s like Truth or Dare for young adults. Get ready for tons of laughter and hours of entertainment. There is a strong social media theme, but those cards can be easily discarded if you’re not into that. You roll a die and whatever it lands on is the card you pick, and you have to do what it says. Players performing the dare or answering correctly are awarded the card. The player with the most cards at the end wins. Each card is a different game. Although it offers ‘Truth Or Dare’, ‘I Have Never’, and ‘Rapid Fire’ cards, we enjoyed the ‘Best of the Best’ and ‘Most Likely To’ cards the most. One Dare has players cutting off a chunk of their hair. Will you do it? It’s a blast — some of the questions are really funny and it’s perfect for Girls Night, Bachelorette Parties, Birthday Parties, and more. Let the fun and giggles begin!

CoolCats & AssHats Ages 21+CoolCats & AssHats check price

Imagine Cards Against Humanity, Truth or Dare, and the Newlywed had a Ménage à trois. The game plays similar to Cards against Humanity. Every round one person is the judge and lays out five cards. The other players have to guess whether that player likes or dislikes all five subjects. At the end of the round, the scores are tallied up. The winner gets a cool cat card and the loser gets the asshat card. A tie breaker card is drawn if there is a tie. The fun part comes with the cool cat and asshat cards which say things like “Take someone’s show and throw it outside” or “Blindfold yourself. The group can put anything they want in front of you. Now taste it.”

That’s What She SaidAges 17+Thats What She Saidcheck price

That’s What She Said is a naughty twist to Cards Against Humanity. It’s the board game equivalent of spiking the punch. It’s hilarious, full of innuendos, raucous gameplay, and as dirty as your mind wants it to be. All your friend’s dirty secrets will be revealed. The judge reads a red setup card to the group. Then players select the most inappropriate card from their hand. The winner gets a red setup card and the first to 5 setup cards wins. It’s better than CAH with more innuendos … you just might laugh until you cry, as it takes funny and innappropriate comments to a whole new level. Unlike CAH, all the cards are dirty and funny. It’s perfect for ladies night, couples night, bachelor or bachelorette parties, holiday parties and more.

5 Second Rule UnsensoredAges 17+5 Second Rule Unsensoredcheck price

In this fast-paced, uncensored version of 5 Second Rule for adults, you’ll have to think on your feet. The catch? Everything is a bit more risque and raunchy. You have five seconds to spit out 3 answers. “Name 3 Reasons to have a Drink.” Go! 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 Too bad, 5 seconds are up! It’s really funny and it can be turned into a drinking game if that’s your thing.

Drawing Without DignityAges 17+Drawing Without Dignitycheck price

Drawing Without Dignity is an uncensored, R-rated Pictionary-style game. It’s definitely not the Pictionary you played as a kid. It’s a race to draw and guess unconventional clues. Note there are some items that are sexual and raunchy in nature. Players roll the die, draw a card, and find the corresponding clue to draw. Under time pressure, players have only 60 seconds to draw. The catch? You’ll be drawing things you’ve never drawn before or even considered drawing. There are over 650 NSFW things to draw. Watch out for another team stealing your points and the sweetest person guessing the raunchiest drawings. Get ready for hours of non-stop laughs and fun!

Drunk Stoned Or StupidAges 17+Drunk Stoned Or Stupidcheck price

Drunk Stoned Or Stupid is a savagely hilarious party game for a close group of friends that’s sure to be the life of the party. It has 250 “Who’s Most Likely To …” prompt cards. Be prepared to call out your friends! This game can really hit close to home, so it’s definitely not for the sensitive type. A judge picks a card and passes it to one player. That player reads the card and accuses someone in the group who it’s most like. Your friends will tell hilarious stories, defending themelves so they won’t keep the card. The judge decides who gets the card. Get 7 cards and you lose. The best part? The personal element to game night is truly a breath of fresh air. Seriously, the more players you have, the merrier. Get ready for tons of laughter and entertainment!

Telestrations After DarkAges 17+Telestrations After Darkcheck price

Almost everyone has played the game of Telephone. This is Telphone sketched out! It’s a game where you draw, pass, guess and laugh out loud at the final outcome at the end. The fun part? As the drawings are passed down, they evolve as players try to guess the drawings. The After Dark version lives up to its name with word suggestions like “Doggie Style,” “Anaconda”, and “Jackhammer.” It’s a game best played after dark.

Joking HazardAges 17+Joking Hazardcheck price

Could a game be more ADULT than Cards Against Humanity? In Joking Hazard, you have to finish off a three pane comic book strip with one of your cards. The judge will then pick the best card. Like Cards Against Humanity, the game is obscene. The comics contain bad words, sexual imagery, and gore.

Exploding Kittens: NSFW EditionAges 16+Exploding Kittens: NSFW Editioncheck price

Exploding Kittens is a fun card game where the object is to avoid the exploding kitten card in the deck. It’s sort of like UNO with kittens. All of the illustrations on the cards are hysterical, which adds to the charm of the game. Players take turns playing a card from their hand and picking up a card off the top of the deck. If you get the exploding kitten, you’re out. The twist? There are special cards that you can use to strategically manipulate the deck to avoid the kitten card. This NSFW Edition is for adults-only, as it features explicit content.

Pick Your PoisonAges 17+Pick Your Poisoncheck price

Would you rather eat a Popsicle made from the judge’s piss or have taste buds in your butt? Pick Your Poison is basically Cards Against Humanity and Would You Rather combined together. Players all take turns as the judge. The judge combines two terrible scenarios and asks everybody to choose one. Players “pick their poison”and hope that everybody else agrees with them.

Unstable Unicorns: NSFW Base GameAges 21+Unstable Unicorns: NSFW Base Gamecheck price

Who isn’t obsessed with Unicorns? Started on Kickstarter, Unstable Unicorns is a card game that raised an ungodly amount of money. In Unstable Unicorns, you must build a unicorn army. The player who is the first to collect seven unicorns in their hand is the winner, but thanks to the “Neigh” cards there are numerous obstacles in your way. It’s as much a game of strategy as it is a game of betrayal. The cards are hilarious. Add rainbows and a little sparkle to your game night. It offers the same gameplay as the original, but it’s dirtier with dirty jokes and inappropriate comments. Just don’t expect to have any friends left.

Under The InfluenceAges 21+Under The Influencecheck price

This board game proves that people do the strangest things when they are under the influence. The game comes with four categories of cards that contain questions, dares, and challenges. Player take turns choosing card from any deck. The cards are read out loud. If you don’t perform the action on a card, guess wrong, or are selected you must take a shot. Some cards are easy like “show the whole room your feet” but some cards like “take a shower fully clothes for 10 seconds,” will have you reaching for your drink.

Drink-A-Palooza Board GameAges 21+Drink-A-Palooza Board Gamecheck price

Let’s get this party stary started with Drink-A-Palooza! It combines old-school with new school games and plays like Monopoly. It has Pong. Check. Flip Cup. Check. Quarters and Kings Cup. Check, check. Spin the bottle to determine who starts. Establish the house rules: Drinking for sips or seconds? As you navigate around the board, compete in minigames like Pong, Flip Cup, and Quarters as well as group games like Kings Cup. Win minigames to collect mini bottles. Fill up your 6-pack first to win. Why play one game when you can play them all? It’s a must-have for anyone who wants to have a good time drinking with friends. Just play it at the start of your night — not the end.

Player Ten The Voting GameAges 17+Player Ten The Voting Gamecheck price

Which of your friends has slept with the most people? In Voting Game, you’ll really get to know your friends. During each round a question card is turned over. Players then vote anonymously for the friend which best represents the question card. Which friend will you vote for?

Utter Nonsense Naughty EditionAges 18+Utter Nonsense Naughty Editioncheck price

This game is utter nonsense. The game challenges you to speak like your crying, in labor, or a redneck while saying silly phrases. The faker your accent, the more hilarious the game will be. During every round, one player is the judge. Every player it dealt seven phrase cards. The judge draws an accent card. Players go around saying one of their phrase cards in the accent. The judge picks the winner.

Bad PeopleAges 17+Bad Peoplecheck price

Bad People is the perfect party game where you get to find out what your friends really think of you. It’s dirty, raunchy, and more savage than Cards Against Humanity and you’ll have a blast. Vote on outrageous and brutal questions like: “Most likely to laugh if they saw a blind person trip.” The Dictator reads a question card. Everyone secretly votes on who best matches the question. Then everyone reveals their votes with the Dictator revealing last. Match the Dictator to score a point. But use your Double Down card to score 2 points. First to 7 points wins. The best part? The game has great replayability, as the gameplay changes depending on whom you play with. You won’t be disappointed with this hilarious game.

MonikersAges 17+Monikerscheck price

Monikers is a raunchy-rated party game that makes you think. The game is simple. You draw a card and have to get your teammates to guess what it is. The catch? The game is played in 3 rounds. In the first round, you can use any words, sounds, or gestures. In the second round, you can only use one word. In the third round, you can only use charades. There are R-rated cards but it is easy to set those aside and make the game PG-13.

Do You Know Me?Ages 17+Do You Know Me?check price

How well do you know your friends? Things get personal with Do You Know Me? Each player is put in the hot seat. The player reads a series of 5 ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ questions. Other players have to decide either ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ with their voting cards. The player in the hot seat then reveals their answers. Parents should know that there are a lot of “naughty” cards. You can remove them, but the game becomes rather dull without them.

Hot Seat Card GameAges 17+Hot Seat Card Gamecheck price

Do you know how your friends think of you? In Hot Seat, one player sits in the hot seat and draws 3 cards. They chose one card to play like “What has the power to make me instantly horny?” Everybody writes down an answer as if they were the player in the hot seat. All of the answers are read out loud and everybody has to guess which response is actually from the person in the hot seat.

QuickwitsAges 18+Quickwitscheck price

Quickwits is a fast-paced adult party game where players will be shouting out hilarious answers. What dirty things will you shout out?! Each card has a symbol and category. Players take turns drawing cards and placing them face up. When 2 symbols match, players must quickly give examples of categories on their opponent’s card. The first player that does so gets to keep that card. The catch? When a word has been said, it can’t be reused. Collect more cards than your opponents to win. Some of the cards are naughty and there are some fun twists like battles and mystery cards which add to the overall fun. When the clock is ticking, even the cleanest minds become dirty. It’s hilarious fun and a blast to play!

IncohearentAges 17+Incohearentcheck price

Incohearent is designed to get everybody talking. Each card has a series of incoherent words on the front. When recited together these words sound like the hidden word on the back of the card. For example, try saying “real agents sip gulls” out loud. The hidden phrase is Relationship Goals. Each round last 60 seconds and players try to decode up to 3 cards. Designed for 17 and older, there are definitely “adult” cards, but they can be removed to make the game more family-friendly.

Codenames Deep Undercover 2.0Ages 17+Codenames Deep Undercover 2.0check price

Dirty Codenames? Setup like a spy thriller, Codenames is an inventive word game that is played with two teams. The idea is to use a one-word clue and a number that describes a bunch of other words. The version of the game contains sexually explict code words. It sounds simple, but it requires a lot of strategy.

Skybound Red FlagsAges 17+Skybound Red Flagscheck price

In Red Flags, players set up each other on hot dates. We meant terrible dates! During every round, one player is the single friend. There are white and red cards. The idea is to make suggestions with the white “perk” cards to win the single person over. The white cards have characteristics on them like “loves to cuddle” or “has an 8-pack”. The only problem? Watch out for the red flags- the red cards, which other players use to sabotage your choice. Your date might be perfect but what if he sounds like a chipmunk. The goal is to woo the single person over with your choice and argue why the other choices are terrible. While there are a few references to “sex”, it’s much tamer compared to Cards Against Humanity.

Million Dollars, But…Ages 17+Million Dollars, But…check price

What would you do for a million dollars? Based on Rooster Teeth’s popular comedy series, Million Dollars, But … the game puts your morals and imagination to the ultimate test. How far are you willing to go to win it all? It’s a fun alternative to Cards Against Humanity with different gameplay. Each player takes 4 Trigger cards and 4 Gold cards, which together create a scenario. The black cards are common things (e.g., When you see a child), while the gold cards are typically undesirable (e.g., You fart loudly). Then pick a judge. Each player gives a full scenario faced-down to the judge. Then the judge shares the scenarios with the group. The real fun? Players glorify or downplay the scenarios, regardless of whether it’s their scenario. Where the real heart of the fun lies with MDB: It sparks conversation and friendly debate without argument. The judge picks the scenario they would absolutely NOT do for a million bucks. The winner of that round becomes the new judge. It really throws you for a spin when you think the answer is a no-brainer but it’s not.

4-Bidden WordsAges 17+4-Bidden Wordscheck price

What do you get when you mix Cards Against Humanity with Taboo? You get 4-Bidden Words. In 4-Bidden Words, you have to get your team to guess as many words like “Twerk” before the time runs out. The catch? You can’t use the the 4-Bidden Words like “butt, shake, dance, or booty.”

The Game of Nasty ThingsAges 17+The Game of Nasty Thingscheck price

How well do you think you know your friends? In the Game Of Nasty Things, a funny topic card is chosen like “Things you learned from watching porn.” Everybody writes down a response. The fun part? You have to guess who wrote down what. It’s a great game to play with a group of friends.

Dot Dot Dot Adult Card GameAges 17+Dot Dot Dot Adult Card Gamecheck price

Dot Dot Dot is basically Cards Against Humanity with a texting twist. In the game, players have to complete text messages on conversation cards with answer cards. The judge picks the best answer. The cards are very dirty and sexual and similar to the level of vulgarity you would find in Cards Against Humanity.

Personally IncorrectAges 18+Personally Incorrectcheck price

Could Cards Against Humanity get edgier? Personally Incorrect is a game so inappropriate, sexist, and racist that it makes Cards Against Humanity look politically correct. The game plays exactly like Cards Against Humanity. The big difference is that instead of generic cards you insert the names of your friends on each card, which makes it more “personal.”

More Fun Adult Party Board Games?

We told you that these games are not for the faint of heart or those who get offended. We hope you enjoyed the list we compiled and hope you found something fun and new to add to your rotation of adult games. Let us know your favorite party games for adults.

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