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Cards Against Humanity is a fun, and edgy card game which many find offensive and at the same time very funny, you can play the game with up to 20 players. You will either love or loathe this game. It will either appeal to your sense of humour or it won’t. 

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The Werewolves of Millers Hollow card game is great for a big party as it’s for between 8-20 players. We find it great with teenagers who can get into the characters easily. The storyteller can really add to the atmosphere of the game and bring it to a spooky level. Great for round a campfire or a trip as there is no big board or set up time. This game can be played anywhere and can be highly addictive.

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The game is quick and easy to set up. The rules are really easy to pick up and play. In terms of a family card game or a party card game it is great for both. You can pick on other players and start a great banter by stealing cards from them. Or you can plant the Exploding Kittens card for them to get. It is designed for two to five players, we find it best with around three or four players. The back of the box describes the game as “highly strategic kitty power version of Russian roulette”.

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Uno is a great family game. It’s fun, fast and easy. Although the pack says from 7+ we have found younger children can enjoy it too. There is also a junior version which is 3+ if you want to start there. It’s fantastic for travelling, a must for the suitcase. It’s easy for new players to pick up and veteran players to enjoy. A true classic which we still enjoy year after year.

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The Codenames game is all about finding common themes among the cards. Then finding a single clue that describes them. It’s not as easy as it seems and a good spymaster will be the difference between winning and losing! The team’s ability to work out the connections between the codenames and the clues is important too. A winning team will know when to keep guessing and when to stop early. 

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