10 Best Party Board Games to play with your friends
by Serban, Quartermaster @ The Guild Hall
September 8 2020
I hear what you’re saying: “I’m not a party person. Why should I buy a party game?” You asking that question is the exact reason! If you want to have a better atmosphere at any and all parties, all you have to do is bring some fun board games along! It’ll instantly spruce things up and take away from the usual boredom. Here are 10 board games that we 100% guarantee will make your party experience way more fun!
Codenames is that game that there’s always praise about, not just from partygoers, but also from boardgame enthusiasts. This game will rock your socks off, because it is as fun as it is simple. All you have to do is give some coded glues to reveal some undercover spies’ identity, as simple as can be and as exciting as it gets!
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Sheriff of Nottingham
Sheriff of Nottingham tiptoes on the border between a party game and something more, but does so in an elegant way filled with bluffing, bribery and black market goods! The bulk of the game is just that: trying to bluff your way into getting black market goods into Nottingham. This is done in a fun card game that rotates the sheriff’s role around, boasting a party game’s quickness and an element of strategy to boot! There’s nothing we’d recommend more for someone who is not originally into party games but is willing to try some.
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