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This year, why not take a welcome break from those endless holiday suppers and post-feast snooze-fests with a light and lively game night or two? Game nights are an ideal way to get together with family and friends and enjoy a merry evening filled with hearty laughter, sparkling banter and jolly good cheer.
Start by sizing up your party room to determine how many guests and gaming areas you can comfortably accommodate. Then choose games that reflect your guests’ likes and interests. (Tip: Don’t be shy. Ask them for their suggestions.) Send out your invites at least a week or two in advance. Then prep your party space, so that everyone can be seated comfortably. Don’t forget to set the mood with appropriate lighting, music and accents. A snack and beverage table is always welcome, especially if your guests can munch and mingle before the games begin. Changing things up (games, seating, groupings, etc.) throughout the evening will keep things fun and frothy. Don’t forget time out to snack and chill out! Finally, give your guests notice by announcing the last round of play, ideally, in advance.
Share the joy of the season with games everyone will love!
Ages: 10+ / Players: 2-6 / Play Time: 30 minutes
Mysterium Park tests everyone’s psychic skills in a beguiling game of intrigue and suspense.
Get a Hint
Ages: 15+ / Players: 4-10 / Play Time: 45-60 minutes
Get a Hint is a fast-paced guessing game in which your fellow players must decipher your cunningly creative clues.
Ages: 10+ / Players: 4-12 / Play Time: 40 minutes
Concept challenges up to six teams of two to think outside the box and uncover their opponents’ craftily hidden word or phrase.
Ages: 8+ / Players: 3-7 / Play Time: 20 minutes
Just One challenges your teammates to help you uncover as many hidden words as possible.
Best of Werewolves
Ages: 10+ / Players: 8-28 / Play Time: 30 minutes
Best of Werewolves is a spellbinding, immersive and interactive social game that’ll leave everyone howling for more.