By now, you have shopped, wrapped your gifts, and baked all your holiday goodies! If you are the host of the party, what are you going to do to keep your guests entertained? Beyond that, have you thought about what you are going to do to keep your kids busy during winter break? (If I hear, I’m BORED one more time….)
Board games are a fun way to get away from screen time and do face-to-face time!
Popular games like Cards Against Humanity (I’ve heard probably not suitable for kids), as well as POOP the game, What the Food, and Game of Phones are games we have all heard about. There is mom beyond many of these popular games and her name is Shari Spiro. Spiro is the founder and CEO of Ad Magic, the largest independent games printer in the US. Ad Magic has printed more than 10 million customized card and board games that are unusual, weird, fun, racy, entertaining, educational, and appropriate fun for everyone at your holiday party. If you have a fun or great idea, you can get a customized quote from Ad Magic on your next game invention!
This holiday, let’s have some good old-fashioned fun laughing, bonding, competing playing cards and board games!
What the Food
What the Food is a great game for kids ages 8 and up as it is quick and easy to learn. Kids will like to capture the experience of a classic cafeteria food fight and parents will like that there is not an actual mess! Grab food, throw funny combos at your opponents and duck to avoid humiliation points. Best played with 3 or more players. Features 130 colorful cards, 100 humiliation tokes, and 1 fun hamburger starting player token.
The Game of 49
The Game of 49 from Markee Games is a game great for 2 – 5 players. Draw and auction number games, highest bidder for each card places a chip on tha matching board space. Claim four spaces in a row in any direction to win. Chips in a row. Money under the table. Game on the line. That’s “49.”
Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. I’ve heard this is probably a game you want to play when there aren’t kids nearby as it can be despicable and awkward but very, very funny. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card. There are 460 white cards and 90 black cards. Countless rounds of fun playing time.
More awesome gift ideas on the Holiday Gift Guide.
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