Beat Your Friends at These Card Games (2023)

Everyone loves a good drinking game, so now that we're all able to gather together again, it's time to have a little fun. Who wouldn't want to revisit those old college memories of playing King's Cup? Or learn a new game by gathering (safely) with friends to play a drinking card game or two? With a bit of ingenuity, some of these games could even be played virtually; for example, you could designate a dealer in each house to make sure all the cards line up and are the same for each player. Sure, it's a little more complicated, but a good game with your buddies is worth it.

Need some starter ideas? Here's how to play some of our favorites!

Kings or King's Cup

King's Cup is, quite clearly, the king of the drinking games. This popular card game is a mainstay of college parties, especially with large groups, and always makes for a fun and entertaining time. If it’s been a while since you last played, here’s a refresher. To start, you’ll need a deck of cards, a cup, and your booze of choice. The players sit in a circle with the cup in the middle, taking turns picking a card from a shuffled pack. Each card has a designated action the player(s) must complete. Here’s the rundown of the actions for each card; note that there is usually more than one option for what the cards signify, so you may be used to a slightly different version:

Ace = Waterfalls. Starting with the person who drew the card, everyone starts drinking as the person to their left starts drinking, creating a “waterfall” effect around the table, and they can’t stop until the person on the left stops.

Two = You. The person who drew the card chooses someone else to drink.

Three = Me. The person who drew the card drinks.

Four = Floor. Everyone touches the floor; the last person to not touch the floor has to drink.

Five = Guys. All the guys in the circle drink.

Six = Chicks. All the women drink.

Seven = Heaven. Everyone points upward toward the ceiling (heaven), and the person who does it last has to drink.

Eight = Mate. Choose a drinking buddy; that person now has to drink every time you do, and you have to drink when they do. This lasts until either one of you draws eight again and chooses a new drinking buddy.

Nine = Rhyme. The person who drew the card says a word, and the person to their left has to come up with a word that rhymes. This continues around the circle until someone can’t find a rhyme. Then that person drinks.

Ten = Categories. Pick a category of things. For example, you might decide that everyone needs to list an NBA team. Starting with the person to your left, that person has to think of something in that category. This continues around the circle until someone can’t think of something in that category or the options have been exhausted; that person draws.

Jack = Never Have I Ever. All the players put up three fingers and, starting with the person who drew the card, name things they haven’t done, putting down fingers for things they have done. The first person out of fingers drinks.

Queen = Question Master. Whoever draws the Queen is the question master until someone else draws a queen. During their tenure as the question master, they can ask anyone a question anytime throughout the game. That person has to respond or drink.

King = Make a Rule. The person who draws this card makes a rule that everyone follows; anyone who doesn’t follow the rule has to drink.The perks of rulership, baby!

Beeramid

With simple gameplay and few rules, Beeramid makes for a fun, uncomplicated drinking game that anyone can learn or do.Using a tabletop, the dealer lays out shuffled cards in the shape of a pyramid, starting with seven on the bottom row (or as many as you want), six above that, and so on until reaching one. All the remaining cards are distributed to the players in even numbers so that everyone has the same amount. For ten seconds, all the players look at their cards and memorize them (or try to), and then they put their cards down.

The dealer then turns over the first card on the bottom row, and anyone who claims to have that card challenges another player to drink. That player has the option to either drink or call the original challenger’s bluff, as the challenger could be lying that they have the same card as the one that was turned over. If the person who is told to drink calls bluff, the challenger needs to reveal the card; if they don’t have it and lied, they drink twice, but if they did, the person who called their bluff drinks twice.

Screw The Dealer

If you have an interest in gambling, this is a fun one, as it’s all about guessing based on your knowledge of the card deck. All the players are dealt a card from a shuffled pack, and the player with the lowest card is the dealer, who re-collects the cards and reshuffles. The dealer then asks the person to their left to guess the card at the top of the deck. If the guess is right, the dealer has to take four sips of their drink. If the guess is wrong, the dealer gives the player another chance and gives them a clue by saying the card is higher or lower than the first guess.

If the second guess is still incorrect, that player has to drink the number of differences between the guess and the card. So for example, if the player guesses seven but the card is a five, the player takes two drinks. Sips, preferably, unless you want a very short game because everyone's too wasted to keep going.

If the second guess is correct, the turn moves to the next player. The dealer is only able to get out of their duties in the event that three players in a row can’t guess the cards correctly on either their first or second guesses, and the person to the left of the dealer takes over. The game continues until the deck is gone.Or the players are. Whichever happens first.

Bullsh-t

Another staple of college parties, this classic card game has been around forever and is always a hoot to play. All you need is a standard card deck and a fair-sized group of people. With the object of the game being to be the first to get rid of all your cards, all the players sit in a circle and are dealt an equal number of cards each. Starting with the person to the left of the dealer, the game starts with aces, and the starting player puts down one or more ace face down and says how many aces they’re putting down.

But this is where the bullsh-tting comes in: If the player doesn’t have the card they’re supposed to play, they still have to play a card but lie, saying that that card is, say, an ace. The key is to be as believable as possible so someone doesn’t doubt your play. If someone does doubt the play, they call “Bullsh*t” and check the card; if the person who called bull is right, the player has to have the number of drinks as the cards they put down (one card, one drink, and so on) and they get the cards back.

If the person who called bull is wrong, they take as many drinks as there are cards, and they get the cards and have to get rid of them later. Gameplay continues from aces through twos, threes, and so on, until a king is played. The round then starts over with aces and continues until a player discards their final card.

Across the Bridge

If you’re looking for a simple, no-fuss card game to play that doesn’t involve a lot of rules or setup and gets straight to the drinking, "Across The Bridge" is a great option. Ten cards from a shuffled pack are placed face down next to each other in a row, with the objective being that players will move across the row by flipping cards over. If the overturned card is a numbered card, the player can turn over another one. If the overturned card has a face (so jacks, queens, kings, or aces), the player has to take a drink, remove that card from the lineup, and add more cards to the end of the bridge, making the line longer.

Depending on the type of face card, there are different numbers of cards that need to be added: A jack is one card, a queen is two, a king is three, and an ace is four. The turn then passes clockwise, and the game proceeds until a player reaches the final card. At that point, all the other players drink.

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Contents

  • Cards Against Humanity Drinking Game
  • Sotally Tober
  • Buzzed
  • Under the Influence
  • Last Call
  • Incohearent
  • These Cards Will Get You Drunk
  • Truth or Drink
  • Tipsy Chicken
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Cards Against Humanity Drinking Game

While not originally designed with drinking in mind, Cards Against Humanity was arguably the best new card game of the 2010s and became an instant classic. So naturally, a CAH drinking game had to come along. Following traditional CAH gameplay, the Card Czar draws a black card with a fill-in-the-blank statement. All the other players have to select a white card (which has different items, people, places, or concepts on it) that they feel best fits the black card’s statement.

The Card Czar picks the white card they think fits best and gives the black card to the person who played the winning white card, allowing them to accumulate black cards toward the win; the role of Card Czar can then rotate to a different player.

To incorporate the drinking game part, the Card Czar will actually select white cards for first, second, and third place, and the players who played those cards have to drink according to what place they got (one shot for first place, chug half a can of beer for second place, and chug a quarter of a can of beer for third).

There are many other add-on rules you can find online, but this simple addition keeps all the fun of CAH without overcomplicating things. Plus, CAH goes quickly, so there will be plenty of drinking to be done.

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Sotally Tober

Is the night half over and you're pretty gone but still swear that you're totally sober? This game could prove you very wrong with its varied gameplay. There are 125 cards divided between five different categories: Activity, Skill, Curse, Secret, and Decree.

The Activities card lists an action you have to perform, like having a staring contest with another player in which the first one to blink drinks. Skills give you a power or ability that you can use over the other players, like saying that whoever is using their phone has to drink. Curse is a challenge that will make the game more difficult, like having to go two rounds with one eye closed; if you mess up, you drink.

Secret cards come with secret instructions that you can give to different players; the secret message could be something like “Bail me out!” if there is an instruction you don’t want to do. Decree cards give the player who drew the card the ability to make a decree that applies to everyone, like having to drink with pinkies out, and whoever forgets or doesn’t do it has to drink. Each player takes a turn, and at the end of the game, whoever has had the smallest number of drinks is the winner.

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Buzzed

This drinking card game is definitely for adults and those with a lewd sense of humor; it’s quite NSFW, so it makes for a ton of fun at adults-only parties. There are 180 cards, each with prompts and questions that either just the specific player or everyone has to follow.

Each player takes a turn drawing a card from the top of the pack and reading out the query on the back of it, and then either they or everyone has to drink if the question applies to them. For example, if you ever “studied abroad in Europe and it totally changed your life” or “if you think pineapple is an acceptable topping for pizza,” you drink. There are tons of fun questions, and as the game (and drinking) progresses, there are bound to be plenty of funny, revelatory moments.

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Under the Influence

Under The Influence’s no-holds-barred card prompts are guaranteed to ensure some wild times. The 200 cards are divided into four categories: Who’s Who, Under The Influence, Shots No Chaser, and Brain Benders. Each category has different questions, challenges, prompts, or instructions that the player(s) have to follow; they can be as tame as a truth-or-dare questions or something more risqué, like daring a player to take off an article of clothing (if they don’t, they have to drink).

Depending on the vibe of the party, you can remove the more extreme challenges, but if you’re really looking for a crazy time that you’ll remember (hazily), leave them in.

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Last Call

With easy-to-follow gameplay that everyone can learn quickly — even those who have already had a few drinks by now — Last Call combines elements of other classic games like Do or Dare and drinking challenges. The cards are divided into four categories. In Call Out, the person drawing the card picks the person who best fits the question or prompts on the card, who then drinks. The Call to Action category features dares.

In the Last Place category, all the players complete a challenge, and the loser drinks. Finally, in Last Who, the person who last did the action on the card (like calling their grandparents) drinks. All you have to do to play is shuffle the cards together and take turns drawing from the top of the deck, then follow the instructions on that card.

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Incohearent

Drunk gibberish is truly a language all its own, and we've all had that experience of either trying to understand what our totally sloshed friends are saying or attempting to be understood ourselves. Incohearent turns that challenge into a game, with the players trying to guess the drunken gibberish words and sentences. The cards feature two sides, with a nonsense phrase on one side and the answer on the other.

Each player takes turns being the judge and timing the others with the included hourglass. After flipping the timer, the judge holds up the card so only they can see the answer but the group can see the nonsense phrase, and whoever guesses the phrase correctly wins the card. The turn ends when either the timer runs out or three cards have been deciphered, and then the turn moves to the next player.

While drinking is not explicitly a part of the game, it can be fun to play this game while already drunk to make figuring out the gibberish more difficult (or easy?).

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These Cards Will Get You Drunk

With over a hundred cards featuring tons of hilarious prompts and suggestions, These Cards Will Get You Drunk is sure to turn that casual hangout into a night to remember (or probably not). Suitable for two to eight players, the turns pass counterclockwise, with the person whose turn it is drawing a card.

There are a variety of card categories, such as Vote, in which the group votes on who best fits the prompt as well as specifying who has to drink, and Compete, which has questions or challenges that the player or the whole group has to do.

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Truth or Drink

This stylish Kickstarter-funded card game is actually five card games in one! Inside each pack are five different sets of cards, which are divided up by the type of gameplay you want. Want a light-hearted Q&A game for a friendly couples game night? Happy Hour and On The Rocks feature straight-laced but fun questions that are appropriate for a general audience.

If you want something a bit NSFW for a party, break out Extra Dirty for some devilish questions. Someone doesn't want to answer the question, no matter how tame? Drink! There's always the option to combine packs as well.

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Tipsy Chicken

What, are you too scared? Are you chicken? Bawk bawk bawk! You'll find out if you're chicken or not with this adult version of the classic chicken game. A player draws a "Dare" card that they can then either complete or chicken out of. If they complete the dare, they get to pick a GOAT reward card.

Players try to collect the most GOAT cards to win the title of Greatest of all Time, or GOAT. But if a player doesn't do the dare? They have to pick a "Chicken" card and drink according to the instructions on the card.

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Time to celebrate the summer by embracing your inner wild child with your nearest and dearest and some (or all!) of these incredibly fun games. Just remember to do it responsibly!

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FAQs

What is the card game killer? ›

Objective. The main aim of the game, is for the policeman or the cop to find out who the thief or the killer is and for the killer to kill all regular players or civilians before the cop catches him. In this game, a killer is one who gets a jack and a cop is one who gets an ace.

What is the most fun card game to play? ›

There are variations for three people, but they're at their best when you play with just two.
  • 500 Rummy.
  • Cribbage.
  • Euchre.
  • Poker.
  • Hearts.
  • Cheat (I Doubt It)
  • Fan Tan.
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What's that card game called where you both shout a word when you place the same card? ›

When someone turns up a card that matches a card already face up on another player's pile, the first person to notice the two matched cards calls out “Snap!” and wins both piles. This player adds the cards to the bottom of their face-down pile.

What is the No 1 card game? ›

The World's #1 Card Game* UNO® Flips the Deck with New UNO FLIP! ™

What does ACE mean drinking game? ›

Ace = Waterfalls. Starting with the person who drew the card, everyone starts drinking as the person to their left starts drinking, creating a “waterfall” effect around the table, and they can't stop until the person on the left stops. Two = You. The person who drew the card chooses someone else to drink.

What is Killer Bunnies game? ›

Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot is a fast paced, action filled card game, in which you must try to keep as many Bunnies alive as possible, while eliminating your opponents' Bunnies.

What is America's favorite card game? ›

Bridge is the most popular card game in the Western and Southern hemispheres, while Spades comes in a close second.

What is the dirty card game called? ›

Twisted Vulgarities - A Dark, Dirty, Painfully Funny Party Card Game.

What is the highest selling card game? ›

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RankTitlePublisher
1Pokemon TCGTPCI
2Magic: The GatheringWizards of the Coast
3Yu-Gi-Oh! TCGKonami
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How do you play slap the card game? ›

If two like cards (think two 7s, Kings, etc.) land on top of one another, or a sandwich is made (think 7, King, 7), players should slap the pile as fast as possible. The first player to slap gets the deck, and the person to collect the whole deck in the end, wins.

How do you play filthy snaps? ›

This hilarious game is based upon the popular card game snap, only each player has to find the matching swear word or phrase. The first person to shout that swear word from their lungs wins the round & both the cards. Each card is worth a point, the person at the end with the most points wins!

What is the most popular cards in the world? ›

The most popular credit card company is Chase, with 149.3 million cards in circulation. And Visa is the most popular credit card network, with 353 million cards in circulation (vs. Mastercard's 319 million).

Are card games skill or luck? ›

Other classic card games that are considered more skill-based than luck-based include Rummy (38% vs 24%), Bridge (36% vs 9%), and Cribbage (26% vs 11%). More than two in five Americans (44%) consider the casino card game, Blackjack, a game of luck over skill (35%).

What is Rage Cage drinking game? ›

To begin with, two players will need to drink from a cup each. They'll then have to bounce a ping pong ball into the cup they drank from. If they manage to do this, they'll pass the cup and ball clockwise to the next player. The aim of a player is to bounce their ball into the cup first before the other player.

What is rat and rabbit game? ›

Description: Coach names one line as 'rats' and the other line as 'rabbits'. When coach shouts 'rats', the rats run away from the rabbits to witches hats and rabbits chase them. Reset back in line. Children can keep count of the number of times they catch their opponent.

How do you play foxes and rabbits? ›

The foxes should roll their ball at the feet of a rabbit to catch them. The rabbits should try to dodge the balls. If a rabbit is hit with a ball below the knee, they should become a fox. They should get their own ball to start catching rabbits with.

How do you play 711? ›

The first player throws the dice. If they roll a 7, an 11 or a double, the roller chooses a player to drink. If the roll is none of those, then the roller passes the dice to the left. Once a player rolls a 7, 11 or a double, they choose a player to drink.

How do you play the card game 15? ›

Two players take turns choosing a card. Once the card is chosen, it is inaccessible to the other player. The winner is the first player who collects exactly three cards that add up to exactly fifteen. Classroom hints: First play some exhibition games.

How do you play 21s? ›

The aim is to score exactly twenty-one points or, failing that, to come as close to twenty-one as possible, based on the card values dealt. If a player exceeds twenty-one, they lose their stake. Once every punter has either announced they will stay with their cards or exceeded twenty-one, the dealer takes his turn.

What's the usual trump card? ›

Typically, an entire suit is nominated as a trump suit; these cards then outrank all cards of plain (non-trump) suits. In other contexts, the terms trump card or to trump refers to any sort of action, authority, or policy which automatically prevails over all others.

What is the most popular card game in a casino? ›

Most popular casino table and card games
  • Blackjack. Blackjack, or '21' as it is often called continues to be one of the biggest attractions at your local casino and online and one of the most popular card games. ...
  • Roulette. ...
  • Baccarat. ...
  • Craps. ...
  • Three card poker. ...
  • Three card brag. ...
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What is the most popular card deck? ›

The standard 52-card deck of French-suited playing cards is the most common pack of playing cards used today.

How do you play cucumbers? ›

Six cards are dealt to each player. The player to dealer's left leads any card to the first trick. Subsequent players in clockwise order must beat or equal the highest card in the trick if able to do so. Any player unable to equal or beat the highest card must play his or her lowest card.

How do you play bacon? ›

Place the “bacon” in the center of the playing area and assign each team one goal line at either end of the playing area. The adult calls out a number and all students with that number run to pick up the “bacon.” The person who gets the “bacon” first tries to run across his/her team's goal line without being tagged.

How do you play Smarties? ›

HOW TO PLAY: Each child receives a small portion of Smarties and without looking, selects one Smartie. The child then has to share their feelings or emotions based on the colour Smartie chosen before enjoying their yummy treat.

What is that stink game? ›

"What's That Smell?" is the hilariously fragrant guessing game that will put your sniffer to the test! Guess the scents correctly to outrank your family and friends or you may suffer the stinky consequences! Download the companion app to keep track of time, get bonus points and record the Whiff of Shame.

What is the rarest card ever? ›

The Shichifukujin Dragon, created to celebrate the opening of the DCI Tournament Center in Tokyo, Japan, is also the only one of its kind in existence. In Japanese mythology, 'Shichifukujin' is the name given to the Seven Deities of Good Fortune.

What is the 1 sold game of all time? ›

1. Tetris – 520 million. Arguably the most timeless video game ever created, Tetris sits comfortably atop the list of all-time bestsellers with 520 million copies sold, according to The Tetris Company.

What are the best cards to collect? ›

Quick Look: Best Cards to Collect for Profit
  • Best Overall: Mickey Mantle 1952 Topps Rookie Card.
  • Best Rookie Card: Luka Doncic.
  • Best NFL Card: Tom Brady Optic Base.
  • Best Classic Movie Cards: Star Wars.
  • Best Comic Cards: Pokemon.
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What type of cards sell the most? ›

Birthday cards make up the most popular greeting cards, with more than 7 billion sold every year. Don't hesitate to have the birthday cake and eat it with print on demand too. Every year, like clockwork, we all turn a year older.

How do you play bull spit? ›

The goal is to bluff your way through the hand without being caught. If you suspect someone of bluffing during their turn, you may shout "”Bull Spit”, and that player must reveal the cards they placed in the discard pile.

How do you play filthy old maid? ›

Filthy Old Maid can be played sober by skipping the drinking challenges. Players make pairs until someone is stuck with the Filthy Old Maid card. The player left with the Filthy Old Maid card at the end has to perform a special drinking punishment.

What is #1 game in the world 2022? ›

Android: top 50 games of 2022 so far
RankGameCombined score for downloads & revenue
1Roblox169
2Candy Crush Saga143
3Coin Master130
4Evony96
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What is the coolest card game? ›

Best card games - top 10
  1. Jaipur. The best card game overall. ...
  2. Exploding Kittens. The best quick card game. ...
  3. Sushi Go! The best card game for kids. ...
  4. Hocus Pocus. The best card game for 2 players. ...
  5. Joking Hazard. The best card game for adults. ...
  6. Pokemon Battle Academy. ...
  7. Arkham Horror: The Card Game. ...
  8. The Resistance.
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What are the 10 rarest cards? ›

Here are some of the rarest and most expensive Pokémon cards, according to Dicebreaker:
  1. Pikachu Illustrator. ...
  2. 1999 First Edition Shadowless Holographic Charizard #4. ...
  3. Pokémon Blastoise #009/165R Commissioned Presentation Galaxy Star Hologram. ...
  4. Black Star Ishihara Signed GX Promo Card.
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What brand of playing cards is best? ›

Best Overall: KEM Poker Arrow Red and Blue Standard Index Playing Cards (Pack of 2) A gold standard in casinos and poker tournaments, KEM is known for making the best playing cards in the industry.

What is the luckiest card in playing cards? ›

The Ace of Spades (also known as the Spadille and Death Card) is traditionally the highest and most valued card in the deck of playing cards in English-speaking countries.

Is playing cards a gambling? ›

Although it has often been illegal, gambling on card games has remained popular to the present day. But not all card games are gambling games. Many people play cards purely for pleasure or as a contest of skill.

Can playing cards help with anxiety? ›

Games can be more than just a fun way to pass time; they also offer a number of mental health benefits as well, encouraging socialisation, alleviating stress and keeping the mind sharp and active.

How do you play the game Killer? ›

Numbers in Play: In Killer, the players determine the numbers used. Each player begins by throwing one dart with their non-dominant hand (right-handers throw left-handed). The number hit then becomes that player's own number. If a player misses the dart board or hits a number already taken, the player throws again.

Who is the Squid game Killer? ›

Young-hee is the name of the large, motion-sensing animatronic killer doll that appeared in season 1 and instantly gained fame for singing a haunting Korean phrase during the “Red Light, Green Light” game sequence.

How does the game hunt a killer work? ›

Hunt A Killer is an immersive murder mystery game told over the course of six “episodes” or boxes. Each box is filled with different clues and physical items such as autopsy reports, witness statements, and more. You'll use these clues to solve the ongoing murder mystery.

What am I who am I game? ›

Who Am I? is a guessing game where players use yes or no questions to guess the identity of a famous person or animal. Questions are based upon the characteristics of a person or animal everyone will be able to identify.

How do you play killer frog? ›

the participant who is the killer frog sticks his or her tongue out at random people around the circle, trying not to be noticed by the detective. When the frog sticks its tongue out at someone, that person must lay down as if dead. the detective gets three tries to guess the killer frog's identity.

Why did the old man create Squid Game? ›

The character reveals that he is extremely rich and at was at a point in his life where he was bored. Having everything he wanted didn't leave him happy and so he created the game to have some “fun”.

Is Squid Game a true game? ›

Netflix's smash-hit “Squid Game,” a fictional South Korean series in which contestants compete in a series of schoolyard games that will kill them if they lose, all for a few billion won, is bleak, dystopian and searingly political.

Who is the girl in Squid Game doll? ›

Fans can't get enough of Netflix' 'Squid Game' and young actress Reagan To plays one of the show's most iconic roles as the red light-green light robot girl.

What age is appropriate for Hunt A Killer? ›

Hunt A Killer Death at The Dive Bar, Immersive Murder Mystery Game -Take on the Unsolved Case as an Independent Challenge, for Date Night or with Family & Friends as Detectives for Game Night, Age 14+

Is Hunt A Killer actually good? ›

I can confidently say that Hunt A Killer is definitely NOT a scam. We have had no issues with receiving our boxes each month and everything has arrived on time. All of the contents were in each box and we feel as though the clues and the experience is well worth the money.

How many people can play Death at a dive bar? ›

The box says it's for 1+ players (we had 2) and takes approximately 45-60 minutes.

What is a permanent death game? ›

Permadeath or permanent death is a game mechanic in both tabletop games and video games in which player characters who lose all of their health are considered dead and cannot be used anymore.

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