Sunday, 26 November 2017

Party Time!

It should be no surprise that in my eyes, parties are just another golden opportunity to play some board games!

But parties often have large numbers of people, there is  often drinking involved, maybe some food to be found somewhere and lots of people to chat too. All these factors can make finding a game to play a little tricky. 

But where there is a will there is a way, and that way is Party games! 

We discuss what we think makes a good party game (and what doesn't) and give a couple examples of some of our favourite games including talking about some that we got to play at an actual party the night before.



As always we also discuss the games we have been playing this week including Province, Saboteur 2 and New Angeles in particular if some of those games have some superfluous roles!

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4 comments:

  1. I've run The Resistance in a party setting, but it was a pretty techie geeky sort of party full of people who like learning new things. And even then I just used basic Resistance, not Merlin/Assassin.

    I picked up Dead Last at Handycon back in January, but it felt too much like organised bullying, and I've traded it away now. Clearly this isn't true for everyone!

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