Awesome Card Games

Game Card + Token Trays

Game Card + Token Trays

Etsy seller Casiopea3D makes these 3D-printed trays for keeping your cards and tokens neat and tidy when playing tabletop games. Each one has three card slots and four token trays. Measures appx. 7.9″ w x 2.4″ d. Sold in sets of two or more in a variety of colors.

So, You’ve Been Eaten.

So, You’ve Been Eaten.

This asymmetric strategy game drops players into a world where deep space miners must gather crystals that happen to be inside of giant alien beasts. It can be played with 0, 1, or 2 players (yep, it has a no player mode). The miner’s goal is to gather all of the crystals, and the beast’s objective to digest the miner with bacteria.

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Murder, Mayhem & Lollipops

Murder, Mayhem & Lollipops

Definitely not one for the kiddos, Joshua Mason’s sadistic strategy game is kind of like Hitman if you played it with cards. Except in Murder, Mayhem & Lollipops, you take on the role of a really bad assassin, who must use multiple weapons to take down each of their targets. Plus, you have an addiction to narcotic lollipops.

Tattoo Stories

Tattoo Stories

Tattoo Stories is a party game that gives players three minutes to doodle a design for a tattoo based on a selection of attributes. Each artist pitches their tattoo to the customer, who gets to judge and choose the winner of the round. For 4 to 6 players ages 12 and up.

Do You Look Like Your Cat?

Do You Look Like Your Cat?

Whiskers on kittens aren’t the only attribute felines share with humans. Gerrard Gethings’ animal portraits make the case. For the memory card game Do You Look Like Your Cat? Gethings found 25 people and their furry lookalikes. Just place the cards face down and collect pawsome matching pairs.

Happy Little Dinosaurs

Happy Little Dinosaurs

From the makers of Unstable Unicorns comes a card game about adorable dinosaurs attempting to avoid extinction. Players do their best to escape dino life’s little pitfalls ranging from hot lava to giant killer ants to dating disasters. Games last 30 to 60 minutes for 2 to 6 players. Good for ages 8 and up. Drops Spring 2021.

Over-Rated Card Game

Over-Rated Card Game

The objective of the adult party game Over-Rated is simple: players pick review cards and match them up with a selected location card. The person who comes up with the best/funniest/most inappropriate answer wins the round. The first player to collect five location cards wins. This one’s definitely not for the kids.

Pop-Tarts Card Game

Pop-Tarts Card Game

Toy company Funko teamed up with cereal company Kellogg’s to make a different kind of Pop. The official Pop-Tarts Game is a family-friendly card game in which 2-to-6 players collect breakfast pastries to get the highest score. Or maybe the highest calorie count. Best played with a snack of actual Pop-Tarts.

MTV: The Game

MTV: The Game

Dust off your knowledge of classic music videos with this blast-from-the-past party game. Players face off in a battle of musical knowledge from the ’80s, ’90s, and ’00s to collect artist cards from each of the MTV Challenge categories. It’s basically The Blockbuster Game, but with music instead of movies.

Sweet Existence

Sweet Existence

Fans of Nathan Pyle’s Strange Planet will want to add Sweet Existence to their game library. The card game asks players to form connections with other beings while experience life and acquire delicious sweet disks (aka chocolate chip cookies). Just don’t perish, or your game will be over.

Rolling Stone Rock & Roll Party Game

Rolling Stone Rock & Roll Party Game

Rolling Stone’s party game isn’t a traditional music trivia game. Instead, it just requires basic memory of popular music. After a rapid-fire advantage round, players try to figure out a band or musician based on a single word, a lyrical quote, or by humming a tune.

The Blockbuster Game

The Blockbuster Game

Go back to the 1990s with this fast-paced party game inspired by the iconic video rental chain Blockbuster. The game asks players to act out, describe, and quote scenes from 200 classic movies. Naturally, it comes in a Blockbuster VHS tape case. For 4 to 12 players.

Puns of Anarchy

Puns of Anarchy

From the makers of Charty Party comes another silly card game. In Puns of Anarchy, players are challenged to modify the words on their cards to make the funniest puns to go with a theme card. For example, the theme is “Food”, and your card is “Post Malone,” you might change it to “Post Calzone” or “Toast Malone.” Yep.

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Charty Party

Charty Party

This amusing card game for adults asks players to look at a chart with a pre-labeled X-axis, and then attempt to pick the funniest card in their deck to describe its Y-axis. A fun alternative to Cards Against Humanity, with similar laugh potential. Note: Not for the easily offended.

Ravine

Ravine

Stellar Factory’s cooperative card game drops players into the wreckage of a plane crash, where they find themselves on a deserted island and must work together to survive. Players must gamble their health as they forage for supplies, craft fires, and build shelters to improve their chances of making it through the night.

Stoner Parking Lot

Stoner Parking Lot

Forever Stoked Creative and Mondo Games teamed up to create this card game in which players work in teams, and attempt to avoid alerting others in the parking lot that you have weed and snacks. Famed pot heads Doug Benson and RZA even gave it a try. For 3 to 7 players. Each round takes about 15 minutes.

100 Astronauts

100 Astronauts

100 Astronauts is challenging space-themed card game, in which players compete to build the biggest colony. Combine materials to build structures, which allow your colony to grow. Then strategically trade cards to improve your chances or to sabotage your opponents.

On a Scale of One to T-Rex

On a Scale of One to T-Rex

A hilarious party game from the makers of Exploding Kittens and The Mind, On a Scale of One to T-Rex is described as “a card game for people who are bad at charades.” Players must perform a known action at a particular intensity level, and win rounds by guessing who else did it at the same level as each other.

Make It Dirty

Make It Dirty

Ever snicker like Beavis & Butthead when people unwittingly say something dirty? This card game is for you. Make It Dirty: The Game of Familiar Films Made Filthy challenges players to get their minds in the gutter by making movie titles sound like pornos. Example: “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” becomes… well, you get the idea. Heh heh.

New Phone, Who Dis?

New Phone, Who Dis?

An amusing adult party game in the vein of Cards Against Humanity. Only in New Phone, Who Dis?, players are presented with a randomly received text message, and must choose from their cards to come up with the funniest reply possible. Be warned, it’s definitely not kid friendly.

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Game Night in a Can

Game Night in a Can

Looking for something a little different to break the ice at your next party? This can comes packed with 30 family-friendly games you can play with your friends, most of which are incredibly silly or weird. The can’s lid doubles as a spinner, which is used in some of the games.

Pantone The Game

Pantone The Game

This colorful card game is the perfect gift for graphic designers and other visual artists. The game challenges players to use creativity to assemble abstract images of characters using 15 official Pantone colors. Opponents earn points guessing the images with as few clues as possible.

Canine Kleptomaniacs

Canine Kleptomaniacs

This family-friendly card game puts you in the paws of a pooch who likes to wander off with various household objects. Players must collect sets of items like stinky underwear, socks, shoes, and hide them away while you attempt to keep other dogs from stealing your improvised toy collection. Gameplay video here.

Spank the Yeti

Spank the Yeti

(PG-13: Language) Spank the Yeti is a party card game inspired by the parlor game F**k, Marry, Kill. Each turn, one player secretly pairs three actions with three objects. The others try to guess what disgusting combinations the player made. It also has an expansion pack.

We Rate Dogs: The Card Game

We Rate Dogs: The Card Game

Inspired by the popular Twitter feed We Rate Dogs, this amusing family friendly card game asks players to compete in a dog show, where adorable pups are rated by Floof, Sass, Boopability, Zoom, Ears, and Wag. For 3 to 6 players, age 8 and up.

Throw Throw Burrito

Throw Throw Burrito

From Matthew Inman and Elan Lee, creators of the wildly popular Exploding Kittens comes a new game, in which you must collect matching cards faster than your opponents while ducking, dodging, and tossing squishy burritos. It’s like poker and dodgeball had a baby.

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