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Party Games

Hot off the success of Codenames is the standalone sequel Codenames: Pictures. But is it as good as its predecessor?

This latest game craze is not about strategy, components, artwork, or mechanics — it's about pure silliness. But sometimes that's just what you need for a great party or game night.

At some point game designer Guy Walker realized that he wanted to liven up the dinner parties he hosted for his friends and family. An avid fan of party games like Cards Against Humanity, he sought to create something of his own.

This fun little party game is compatible with any game you could possibly want to play and mixing and matching it with other genres is half the fun!

The orchestra has a troublesome artiste in its midst and the manager wants him out! But this isn’t easy when everyone’s roles keep being switched and everything is muddled.

This 4 to 8 player game of bluffing and social deduction is seeking your support on Kickstarter and is connected with The People's Orchestra, a charity that works to help children into orchestras who otherwise could not afford to take part. It’s for a good cause, but is the game fun too?

Our Big Box O' Games Giveaway is back! This time, we are giving away four great party games for your enjoyment. Help us celebrate the Spring 2016 release of Casual Game Insider by entering to win—then have a blast at your next party!

Jobstacles, now on Kickstarter, brings something a little new to the table, taking familiar mechanics and adding a little strategy and definite theme to create a tight, fun, and enjoyable party game.

Some games blur the line between a tabletop dexterity game and a sport – Foosball and Air Hockey are both good examples, but they require expensive equipment and a lot of space.

Our Big Box O' Games Giveaway is back! We are giving away 6 great games worth over $130! Help us celebrate our 4th year Kickstarter campaign and our Summer 2015 release of Casual Game Insider by entering to win.

Who doesn’t love infomercials? I personally can’t get enough of those late night salesmen pitching the latest gimmick and promising not 1, not 2, but 3 great gifts if I call right now. Or…maybe not. But if you have the inkling to pitch your own gimmicky products, you can always try But Wait, There’s More!

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