I meant to get this up during the National Game and Puzzle Week but ran out of time. Also, I was hoping that I could actually get a chance to play these games before sharing with you all. Alas, neither of those has happened but I still wanted to share some splendid Gray Matters games!
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There is something special to me about bringing a group of people together and playing a fun game. These games, without question, will be some great adult friendship building games. Even if I haven’t had the chance to play them yet I know they are going to be a hit.
It’s Time for Some Splendid Gray Matters Games
Right now Gray Matters has four adult games sure to bring the laughter. I was able to snag the three below but maybe in the new year, I’ll grab the other and be able to showcase it for you all.
Today though I’ll share a bit about each of the three games below. 100% only for adults.
Badmoji Emoji Card Game
Badmoji Emoji Card Game – this one we actually tested out a tiny bit while up in Seattle for Thanksgiving. Deciding it was a bit too much for the people that would be coming for a game night that evening and quickly put it away.
The idea is simple though, you see these emojis and have to guess what phrase is being said. Does your mind run a bit filthy? GREAT! This is the game for you and your friends. Think dirty and you’ll win big time.
3 to 6 players or teams – Ages 17+
Ridiculous Expositions – guess that phrase. The mixed-up letters make up an actual phrase. How many can you guess?
You divide up into two teams and each team sees how many phrases they can solve in their time. Watch out though the swinger has the chance to steal any you don’t get. Remember to think dirty. Think fast. Get those phrases.
The Game of Wolf
The Game of Wolf – a classic trivia game with a few different types of questions and the option to just play by yourself and get more points.
This one can actually be played with a slightly younger audience which makes it a great family game night game for those older.
Happily, you don’t have to decide if you going solo or as a team until you get the category.
How much do you know?
4 to 12 people – 14 and up.
As you can see these games sound amazingly fun. We rarely have groups to play games with, so these have been sitting here waiting. But I can’t wait until we have a group together and you can bet these will be played.
What one sounds the most fun to you?