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Blake Cetnar
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Having a game night and got far more of a response than I thought.

What are some suggestions for 10+ players (aside from the obvious like Werewolf, CaH, or Apples to apples).
 
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Gary Heidenreich
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One off the top of my head...

Who's the Ass?


At 10 player, Formula Dé works.
 
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daryl allan
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When this happens in our group, we run multiple games at separate tables. Just a thought.
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Gimo Barrera
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10+ puts you on the party game category (unless you're willing to separate the group), so here are these:

Two Rooms and a Boom - Best social deduction game (IMO) for games 10+, in fact the more the better.
Space Cadets: Dice Duel - With the expansion it brings it to 10, this is one of the more "gamer" games you can get at this count without having a 2+hour game.

Party Games:
Telestrations: 12 Player Party Pack
Wits & Wagers Party
Concept
Things...
 
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Brian McCarty
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There is always Mega Civilization
Seriously, Codenames or break up into 2 or 3 groups.

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Galen Brownsmith
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Depends what you think is obvious.

Social beauty contests (A2A, CaH, Dick, etc.).
Communication based pass-the-puck games (telephone pictionary/oracle)
Social deduction games (Deception, Werewolf-like, cash and guns - live)
Team based competitions (codenames, encore)
Truly Huge Games (megacivilization, double/triple board magic realm, theoretically kingmaker might work, formula de gets close to that)
Some flicking games (pitch car)
Some puzzle games (ricochet robots, set)

Some games could easily be modified to work (spyfall -- more roles and/or 2 spies; Diplomacy -- a new map with more major powers; wits & wagers with more colors; etc.)

In general, though, you're way better off with a few 4 player games than one large one. Too much down time in a large game.
 
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Henry Ho
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Mega Civilization!!! laugh

But seriously, just split into multiple games of 3-4 players.
 
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Brian Lemieux
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Deception: Murder in Hong Kong BIG fan of this game
 
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Reiner Knizia's Decathlon, especially if it's a large group of non-gamers
Sushi Go Party! though I have only played small version Sushi Go.
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Bear Ventures
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Camel Up with the Camel Up: Supercup expansion.
I will admit that I have not played it with the full player count, it might get super messy and unpredictable but I am sure it will still be just as much fun as with 5-6 people.
 
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Laura Creighton
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Sushi Go Party! only gets you to 8. But bringing 2 copies and splitting to 2 groups might be a fine idea ...
 
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Carel Teijgeler
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Magic Realm plays up to 16. whistle
 
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