Best party games that don't require you to be culturally literate!
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Party games or large group games can be fun in the right setting. The problem for me is that many such games require you to be culturally literate in some way.

Cultural literacy definition: "knowledge of history, contributions, and perspectives of different cultural groups, including one's own group, necessary for understanding of reading, writing, and other media." (from dictionary.com)

This means no cultural trivia.

For example, I have heard rave reviews about Time's Up!. I researched the game and it turns out to be another game which requires players to be familiar with famous names.

I'm looking for games that don't require you to know famous anything. The red and green categories in Cranium fail this test. Apples to Apples also fails the test since the cards are loaded with names of famous people or sayings.

What are good party games that don't require me to follow news or watch TV or listen to the radio?

But they must be GOOD party games. Try to only post those games that you have verified are among the best party games you've played.

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1. Board Game: Eat Poop You Cat [Average Rating:7.49 Overall Rank:685]
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Hilarious, free game!
 
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2. Board Game: PitchCar [Average Rating:7.25 Overall Rank:314]
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Having a solid dexerity game usually makes for a good party game without the "cultural problems". Pitchcar has been a big hit as a party game for us.
 
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3. Board Game: Duplik [Average Rating:6.99 Overall Rank:1129]
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Haven't actually played...just read the rules. But I really enjoy another drawing game (Who What Where). While WWW requires some knowledge of celebrity figures, this one doesn't. You just have to instruct others in how to draw a picture. Then everyone gets graded. I think it'll be a smash hit (for us, that is).
 
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4. Board Game: Wits & Wagers [Average Rating:6.97 Overall Rank:499]
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Virtually nobody knows the answers to the questions. You simply bet on which answer you think is closest.
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5. Board Game: What Were You Thinking? [Average Rating:6.93 Overall Rank:3583]
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Play this (the parlor game, not the boxed one) and there need be no cultural references. "Name five things in drawers in your bathroom" doesn't require knowledge of blockbusters. And it's a wonderful game.

Another option is to get Eye to Eye. Same game, but I don't know that there were many pop culture references.
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6. Board Game: 6 nimmt! [Average Rating:6.89 Overall Rank:574]
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6 Nimmt! (or Category 5 or Slide 5) is a fun party type card game that doesn't require any cultural knowledge. I love this game for being so simple, yet laugh-out-loud funny with my gaming group.

We often play this while waiting for stragglers to arrive, and it plays up to 10 people.
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7. Board Game: Say Anything [Average Rating:6.80 Overall Rank:805]
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I'd put this in your category.

All the answers deal with the person who's asking them and their opinion. So theoretically it can work in any culture.

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8. Board Game: Quick Wit [Average Rating:6.78 Unranked]
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This one requires trivial knowledge, but not pop culture. Unless you count 1938 culture. See a card ("T") and the category is "Fruits". Be the first to say "tangerine" (or another that works) and you get the fruits card. Then look at the "T" card and see that it's category is "Steamship lines." Turn over the next card ("M") and have at it.
 
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9. Board Game: Kaleidos [Average Rating:6.73 Overall Rank:2275]
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Not sure if you would consider it a party game but everyone I've played this with likes it, although one person complained the women always win...
Also it's being reprinted (although I don't think I like the new art).
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10. Board Game: Pow Wow [Average Rating:6.65 Overall Rank:2470]
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If you can do second grade math, you can play.

Plus, who wouldn't want to wear a headband at a party.
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11. Board Game: Ca$h 'n Gun$ [Average Rating:6.63 Overall Rank:884]
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(For a small party.)

For a larger party, get two sets and play two tables. The rounds are really short ... randomly mix up seating in between.
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12. Board Game: Werewolf [Average Rating:6.61 Overall Rank:1165]
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I haven't actually played "Werewolf", but I've played mafia. That was a fun enough experience, especially since that game session was where my wife and I caught each other's attention 10 years ago. The rest was history. Thanks, Mafia.
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13. Board Game: What's It To Ya? [Average Rating:6.57 Overall Rank:4321]
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Like Compatibility, requires knowledge of the other players more than it requires knowledge of any one particular thing... a great discussion starter game.
 
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14. Board Game: SET [Average Rating:6.48 Overall Rank:1219]
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This may or may not fit your idea of a "party game" as it's a real-time pattern matching/searching card game, but it's really quick to explain to non-gamers, and has the advantage that people can join in progress or drop out without really messing things up. We've introduced it to plenty of people at various non-gaming events, and a lot of people enjoyed it.
 
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15. Board Game: Compatibility [Average Rating:6.47 Overall Rank:2431]
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No cultural references at all. Just a bunch of pictures (no famous people) and cue cards ("tragedy", "ego", "faith", etc). Everyone's deck of image cards are identical, so you just try to match your partner's selections for the cards that describe the cue card. Simple, no? No. But great fun. I don't think this game has ever flopped and we've introduced it to many people.
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16. Board Game: GiftTRAP [Average Rating:6.44 Overall Rank:1720] [Average Rating:6.44 Unranked]
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You don't need to know anything about culture, just about your fellow players.
 
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17. Board Game: Pit [Average Rating:6.40 Overall Rank:1352]
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This is a riot.

"Two, Two, Two! One, One, One, One! Four! Four! DING! Damnit!"
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18. Board Game: How to Host a Murder: The Watersdown Affair [Average Rating:6.39 Overall Rank:8208]
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Any of the How To Host A Murder games should fit this bill. All the information needed in the game is contained in the materials. There will be puns you'll miss if you don't know who Madonna is, for instance, but it won't affect play at all. Any of this line should work, though the closer you get to present (Night to Dismember, Tragical Mystery Tour), the more likely you are to encounter more of those puns (but you could still play the game just fine). And, yes, these are very good games.
 
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19. Board Game: Catch Phrase! [Average Rating:6.34 Overall Rank:2032]
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This game is good because there are very few answers related to cultural knowledge. Rather, it requires knowledge of everyday life. This game isn't a perfect example, but it's a fun one that anyone can get in on without knowing cultural facts.
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20. Board Game: The Big Idea [Average Rating:6.33 Overall Rank:2901]
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I'm surprise no one added The Big Idea since Apples to Apples was mentioned.

Personally, I consider Big Idea the more creative (and more fun around creative crowds) Apples to Apples. No cultural knowledge required unless the person pitching decides to reference pop culture or something.

The idea is that you draw 3 descriptive words and 3 objects and then you mix and match any number of the six cards in your hand and pitch your product. Plays up to six (though if the people are desperate and willing to experiment, I'm sure modified rules for more than six are possible).
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21. Board Game: Cluzzle [Average Rating:6.32 Overall Rank:3157]
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My sister-in-laws favourite party game as she gets to scuplt with clay. Little to no cultural references and as you can choose which item to scuplt from the list on your card you there is never that awkward moment where someone says "I have never heard of this person/thing/movie, etc." We sometimes play with partners if we have more than 6 people.
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22. Board Game: Taboo [Average Rating:6.28 Overall Rank:1626]
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I don't believe there are ANY party games that don't require some degree of cultural knowledge.

Want to ask what people keep in their bathroom drawers? The answers are different in Florida and Alaska. They don't have the same concept of bathrooms in Japan as in the United States. In poor countries things are different. These things vary from culture to culture.

In "Werewolf" the whole idea of the story of these mysterious supernatural creatures is only with us because of our cultural heritage.

It's possible to move things away from a particular area of culture -- having fewer "pop culture" references about TV shows or sports celebrities or videogames or whatever -- but you'll never get away from the immense amount of cultural knowledge embedded in human language.

Well, actually, last night I did play a party game with a 2-year-old that didn't involve any cultural knowledge. It didn't have a name. It was just jumping up and down until we started laughing. It was fun, and he managed to get half a dozen people to play. But once you've got words, you've got cultural knowledge.

But... Taking your point that you're not trying to get away from ALL cultural knowledge but merely the knowledge having to do with current celebrities, I think you should enjoy Taboo. Good players do routinely invoke cultural references in the service of circumlocution, but the game doesn't have to be played that way.

Just as, instead of Time's Up, you can make your own list of approved names that don't involve the celebrities you don't want to hear about. But you're still going to hear about a lot of celebrities as people try to guess who. We're all culturally literate people to one degree or another, and that's not going to change.
 
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23. Board Game: Things... [Average Rating:6.13 Overall Rank:2961] [Average Rating:6.13 Unranked]
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I rate this game a 10.

One person reads out a card that says something like, "Things you shouldn't say to a cop who has just pulled you over." Everyone writes an answer to this prompt, and then the person who read the card reads all the answers. You go around the table and try to guess who wrote which answer. So it's part memory game, but it's part disguising your answers. It's completely fun. The answers are hilarious. Each game seems to take on a life of its own.

Without looking at the cards right now, I don't think there's any cultural literacy required.
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24. Board Game: Snorta! [Average Rating:6.10 Overall Rank:3099]
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I'm pretty sure that once we reduce our carbon footprint, we won't know what a cow, pig, or chicken is, but, until then, there's Snorta!
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25. Board Game: Password [Average Rating:6.11 Overall Rank:3503]
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As long as word definitions and synonyms aren't on the forbidden list, this game is a winner. It's only problem is that you need exactly four players. And the fact that "layette" is a word in one of the editions.
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