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Greg G.
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Can you recommend other games of this type that are good for 4-6 people? So far I have Wits & Wagers on my list but I'm looking for more.
 
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Yeah, definitely Wits and Wagers, then
Dixit
Snake Oil
Bring Your Own Book

And not as similar to all those as they are too each other, but every party-game chest should include Codenames (standard, Pictures, and Duet).

Then if more are desired, I'd go for CrossTalk, You've Been Sentenced! and Word Slam. And if it's somehow possible you've never run across Balderdash, definitely remedy that.
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Greg G.
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Thank you for such excellent recommendations!
 
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Bruce Voge III
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I would also consider :

A Fake Artist Goes to New York
Skull
For pitching I like But Wait, There's More! over Snake Oil
Telestrations
Reverse Charades

I also keep hearing great things about Monikers which I believe since it’s the same game as Time's Up!


Hope this helps,



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Lee Griffiths
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infi01 wrote:
Can you recommend other games of this type that are good for 4-6 people? So far I have Wits & Wagers on my list but I'm looking for more.


The others have you well covered, but for computerised direct rip-offs look at Quiplash, Fibbage, Last Retort. (Quiplash is even marketed as The "say anything" party game).

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Cards Against Humanity has the similar set-up of a player asking a question, others presenting answers, questioner choosing a favourite and points being distributed. Certainly an acquired taste, but good for a simple game to play while the alcohol's flowing.

I've also got a pocket-sized game called Sussed! that's similar. One person asking a question, but the possible answers are multiple choice from the card and the other players just have to work out which answer the questioner would choose from those. It's a good alternative if you've got any people in your group who suffer from analysis paralysis, because then you don't have to wait for them to come up with their own answer (which can really grind a gaming session to a halt).
 
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