The Best Cheap Party Games (Like Cards Against Humanity) of 2019
The party games on this page are for adults ages 17 and up.
These games are social (not necessarily sexual) but they do contain adult humor, language and NSFW topics (i.e. games like Cards Against Humanity).
So, if you want to disconnect (these are dice, card and board games) and spend some face-time with friends the old fashioned way, here are the best-reviewed adult party that have sold for $25 or less:
Good Price: $14 | Great Deal: $4
Quickwits is a funny, fast-paced and travel-sized game, according to several Amazon customers. Some found the instructions confusing; others wished the game had expansion packs to keep it fresh over time.
Good Price: $25 | Great Deal: $19
This game is best played in groups of 3 to 5 people, according to several Amazon customers. A few reviewers caution that the humor is particularly lewd (fans of Cyanide and Happiness will love it) and the game isn't for anyone who is easily embarrassed.
Good Price: $21 | Great Deal: $10
This game is more fun than funny, according to several reviewers who said that it’s best for large groups. Some couples warn that the game can hurt feelings because it contains questions about sexual histories.
Good Price: $25 | Great Deal: $21
This game is best enjoyed by people who find cringe-worthy situations funny, according to several Amazon customers (many of whom agreed that the game is difficult to understand and hard to play while drunk).
Good Price: $18 | Great Deal: $14
This is a fun and challenging game to play in small groups, according to several Amazon reviews. Some say it gets better while drinking, others say it gets too hard if you’re drunk.
Good Price: $23 | Great Deal: $9
Lots of Amazon customers said this game is a fun alternative to Cards Against Humanity, but several reviewers wish the game had more "setup" cards to keep the gameplay fresh over time.
Good Price: $15 | Great Deal: $12
This is a fun card-based drinking game, but there are too many "skip" cards in the deck, according to several Amazon customers (who suggest purging redundant cards from the deck to eliminate boring moments).
Good Price: $15 | Great Deal: $11
5 Second Rule is fun to play (especially after a few drinks), according to several Amazon customers. Some wished the game was raunchier and others complained that the timer sounds weird and doesn't work well.