Every adult birthday party deserves a special and fun celebration. One great way to liven up a milestone party is by playing hilarious games! Explore 10 party games for adults will keep your guests happy, entertained, and laughing all the way to the end.
Great Minds Think Alike
Great Minds Think Alike is a game where you want to choose what you think everyone else will choose: the more people who get the same answer, the more points those people will kit.
This free printable has ten different questions on it, but you certainly could make up your questions, making them themed towards the season, holiday, occasion, or group of people.
Murder Mystery Games
Murder Mystery games aren't just for Halloween; they can be played at any time of the year. A single murder mystery game is all you need to have a whole evening of fun with your friends.
There are many free mysteries to choose from, and each contains charter descriptions, clues, scripts, and more.
Never Have I Ever
The classic game of Never Have I Ever had to be included in this list of party games for adults. With 400+ questions, there are some fresh ideas here that your guests won't be expecting.
Besides the huge number of questions, there's also a drinking game variation, penalty variation, and a non-alcoholic variation.
Have You Ever?
You can find out a lot about your guests with this party game of Have You Ever? Which is a tamer version of Never Have I Ever.
There are three different versions available, the party version, the naughty version, and the funny version. You can even play the game online by picking "I Have" or "Never" to a set of questions.
Truth or Dare
Truth or Dare is a simple game that everyone knows how to play. It's easy to dive into, and your guests get to decide how tame or wild the game will be.
If you're looking for ideas, this is a huge list of dares that includes everything from "lick the floor" to "bark like a dog" for dares. At the end of the list, there's also a list of questions you can ask if the player chooses "truth."
Spoons is a card game that's great for any ages or group of people. It's fun and fast but still a card game that everyone can play.
You'll need a deck of cards (without the jokers), and spoons (1 less than the number of players). It can be played with a group 3-13, but for a big party, you can have multiple games going on at one time.
You don't need to buy the game Pictionary to play it at your next party. You can easily make up your own cards and set up a big drawing area that will be a hit with your guests.
There are five types of Pictionary included traditional, family, education, themed, and partner as well as a word list. All these options mean that you can choose the one your guests will like the most.
The Sticker Stalker Game
Even grown-ups like stickers and in the Sticker Stalker Game challenges your guests to place as many of their stickers on the other guests as possible.
You can assign a type or color of sticker for each guest or even use labels with that person's name on them.
Two Truths and a Lie
Two Truths and a Lie can be a great game for all ages, and it makes for a fun icebreaker for a group that may not know each other very well.
There are lots of examples of truths and lies about achievements, sports, childhood and family, food, and more. You'll even find some strategies for the game here that will give you the upper hand.
Don't Say Yes
You've probably heard of those taboo word games before, but this one will be quite the challenge. Guests aren't allowed to use the word, yes, or any variation of it.
You can have them wear a sticker or a yarn necklace if they say the word during the party. It will be fun to see who's the most "decorated" at the end of the night.
These fun adult birthday party games are a great way to get everyone actively involved, plus they don’t require a lot of time or money to set up. If you’re looking to plan a milestone party, don’t miss out on our expansive selection of unique, handmade birthday party decorations and centerpieces that will help take your bash to the next level.This post was originally posted on The Spruce.