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Adults Against Maturity

Kids Against Maturity Review

What is Kids Against Maturity about?

Kids Against Maturity is a fun Family friendly game to spice your game night up.

What we like

  • Family friendly game
  • Some of the cards have double meaning and if you don’t want you children to play the game with those cards you can exclude them without interrupting the flow of games.

What we don’t like

  • Difficult to get information about the game from the official website for players new to the game
  • The Founders edition only has 70 new cards

How to play

The gameplay may seem eccentric but the rules are very easy and nevertheless a fun game to play with the family with up to 3 players or more. Each player must draw 10 answer cards. The player with the hairiest knuckles gets to start the game. If that requirement cannot be met bring in your house rules and decide on the player to start the game.

The player that starts the game the Card Reader, must draw a question card and read it out loud and put the card face down on the table. Each player must put forward their funniest answer card, the winning card will be chosen by the Card Reader. Each player gets a turn to be the Card Reader starting counter clockwise from the Starter player.

All the players must draw cards after every turn so that 10 Answer cards are always available for the individual players. The player with the most funniest Answer Cards chose by the Card Reader after 45 minutes of the game wins.

Price $29.99

Free Shipping YES

What’s Included: 180 Question Cards and 320 Answer Cards.

Disturbed Friends

Disturbed Friends Review

Disturbed friends is another adult party game where you have to decide how messed up your friends are and how messed up they think you are. With explicit sexual scenarios and terrible situation this is not a game for the faint hearted.

This is not a game to play with anyone that does not have a crude sense of humor. A lot of the cards border sensitive topics, but when you have a great sense of humor the game will be a blast.

What we like

  • Expansion pack is available
  • Very affordable game and it includes free shipping

What we don’t like

  • The base game has 380 cards but the mini expansion pack only comes with 110 cards
  • Some of the cards have racial and sexual linings, so Disturbed Friends is not for overly sensitive people.

How to play

To play Disturbed friends you need to follow 4 easy steps.  The judge must draw a card and must read the content our loud. The judge will secretly choose one of the scenarios that he/she will do. There will be three scenarios for the judge to read. The second step is voting. All of the players must vote what they think the judge will do. (It will be one of the scenarios the judge read from the card)

When the voting is finished all the players must reveal their disturbed answers to complete the third step. For the last step the winning cards will be dealt out. Every player that answered the same as the judge gets a winning card. First player to collect 10 cards will take the trophy of most disturbed player home.

Price: $25,00

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: Instructions, 100 winning cards and 250 question cards

Telestrations After Dark

Telestrations After Dark Review

Telestrations after dark is an adult drawing came. You draw words and phrases and your teammates will have to guess what it is.

What we like

  • Over 1000 phrases and on the cards
  • Free Shipping

What we don’t like

  • There is a normal Telestrations but it cannot be played together with this version. It’s made as two different games.
  • The Dry-erase markers don’t last so you will have to buy it separate before you purchase the game

How to play

Each player must select a clean-up-cloth, one marker and a sketch book. The cards must be placed face down on the table in the middle of the group. All players must write their names on their sketch  books, they must also remember their color.

Step 1– Now that the setup of the game is complete everybody has to take a card and agree on a number. Take that number and draw the phrase on the card. (The numbers on every card will be different so you don’t have to worry about drawing the same thing as somebody else. If everybody agree on number 4 on their separate cards all the sketches will be different)

Step 2– If there is an even amount of players, maximum amount of players is 8, you go to the first page and make ready for step 3 which will be the sketching. If the amount of players in the game is odd you have to turn to the sketch page and the pass your book to the player seated on your left.

Step 3– All the players must be on the sketch page now. Look again closely at the word and take a while to attempt to draw your picture. Now you have to turn a page over so your picture will be hidden and pass your book to the player on your left.

Step 4– Everybody should be on the second page, where you have to guess the sketch.

Step 5– All the players must sketch again, doing step 3 and 4 until the book comes to the rightful owner.  All the players books must end with a guess.

Step 6– Everyone should now take turns going through all the sketches and share the hilarious results they have.


If you work with the Competitive Scoring the guessers is awarded 1 point  when their guess match the secret word. The sketchers is also awarded 1 point if their sketch leads  a guesser to the correct guess. You can also give yourself 1 point when the last guess match the secret word.

When you work with Friendly Scoring you give the player that drew your favorite sketch in your book with 1 point. You can also give the player with the favorite guess in your book 1 point. Lastly give a point to yourself if the last guess matched the secret word.

Price: $31.00

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 8 Erasable Sketch Books, Instructions, 100 Cards, 8 coasters of different colors, 8 Cloths and Dry erase markers.

Off Topic

Off Topic Review

Off Topic is a game where you have to guess as many words that relates with a topic on the game card against your friends before the time runs out.

What we like

  • Free Shipping
  • You can play off topic with just 2 people or you can host a game night with a group of up to 8 people

What we don’t like

  • The age limit on the game is 13+ but some of the topics is aimed 18+ and above
  • Off Topic is a little bit on the expensive side

How to play

To start of with Off Topic every player have to take an answer board with a corresponding numbered game card.  After that you have to roll the die to determine the letter you are going to play with.

Now you turn over the sand timer and guess as many answers that can relate to the topic on the card. All the answers each player gives much start with the letter the die revealed.

The scoring of the game is very simple. Each unique answer a player gives, starting with the first topic, gets one point. If your answer is the same as the other players, or if the group does not accept it, that answer does not count. No point is awarded then.

Price: $29.99

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: One 20-sided die, 10 dry erase markers, 16 game cards, 2 minute sand timer and 10 white boards.

It’s recommended to buy your own markers and white boards beforehand as quality of products that comes with the game may not be up to date.

CoolCats & AssHats

CoolCats & AssHats

CoolCats & AssHats is a get to know your friends better game with over 400  cards. A subject card is read and all players must vote. This game may have adult linings but it is appropriate for all players. The game is entirely what the players make of it.

What we like

  • Expanion packs available
  • Free Shipping

What we don’t like

  • Types of cards are not equally divided
  • The game targets the younger audience, some adults may not find the cards appropriate for their age group

How to play

To begin the game you have to shuffle the Subject cards, the hands must be on the top side. The rest of the cards, AssHat, Tiebreaker and CoolCat cards must also be shuffles and put face down on separate piles.

To determine the player that has to kick off the game you have to draw a Tiebreaker that the whole group has to complete. The winner of the Tiebreaker is appointed the Master and will start the game.

The Master will draw subject cards and put them face down for the players to see

5< players= 5 Subject cards

6-7 Players=6 Subject cards

8-9 Players=7 Subject cards

10 > Players =8+ Subject cards

The other players will have to guess if their Master likes each Subject card or not. Once all the players guesses are in The Master will make his/her choices open. The Master will make his/her answer on all the cards with an thumbs up or down. When all the cards have been reviewed the player will begin with the scoring. A point per correct answer.

When a tie happens ( for the winner or the loser) , a Tiebreaker card must be selected. When there is a winning Tiebreaker, the players who comes first wins the round. (when more than 2 people where involved).When there’s a losing Tiebreaker te person who comes last loses the round.

There is Tiebreaker cards that only apply for 2 players at a time. When there are more than 2 people in a Tiebreaker, you have to start with the 2 players on the left of the Master and move clockwise.

Price: $29.55 Sale-$25.00

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 425 Cards,50 AssHats cards, 250 Subject cards, 75 Tiebreaker  cards, 50 CoolCats cards and instructions.


Scrawl Review

Scrawl reveals the artist in you starting with a phrase, a funny doodle and then giving it to your friend. By the time the circle s completed and the doodle gets back to you it will definitely have gone wrong.

The scoring of this game is fairly simple, points are given to the worst doodles and the most terrible guesses.

What we like

  • There are more than 200 phrases to pass your game night with laughs
  • Free Shipping

What we don’t like

  • No expansion packs are available
  • Markers included are of bad quality. For a better gaming experience you have to buy your own beforehand.

How to play

The rules of this game are very simple. To begin you have to get you’re your friends and place the score card in the middle of the table. Each player must also get a clip and a board which must be attached together.

You can choose between yellow, white, pink and black scenarios. Each player takes a card and starts to draw in secret. You have to draw what your phrase says.  For example if you chose the  pink scenario and it says Dutch Oven you have to draw it the best you can – while keeping your cards phrase a secret.

When everybody has finished their Ludacris drawing they have to give their drawings to the player seated on their left.

Now everyone takes a blank scrawl card and clips it over the drawing they see. They write down on the blank card a description of what they think it is. Then again they pass it to the player on their left.

Complete the whole process until your own card returns back to you. Now everyone shows their phrase and the original drawing and the other players descriptions of what they thought it was. When a player has put down all their cards every other player has to choose their favorite drawing. The point goes the owner of the card each player chose. Their marks go on the score card. If by chance  a players original creation matches the final scrawl card they receive 3 points on the score card.

When that is finished the process will be repeated. The game ends when a player has 2 more points than the number of players there is

Price: $29.99

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 240 Cards, dry erase markers ( get your own too) , instructions and 8 clipboards

bad people

Bad People Review

Bad People is a Card game where you get to know your friends and their true intentions better.

What we like

  • A lot of different variety of cards
  • Expansion packs available (Red, White, Green and NSFW packs)

What we don’t like

  • Very expensive
  • Not for sensitive people

How to play

The first step you have to follow before you play Bad People is to choose an identity. After collecting the Player Identity card you have to give every player a voting card. The Voting card makes voting easier so you can identify your friends with a picture when they vote for you.

The last player to arrive is the dictator (we all have friends who’s always late to everything). The Dictator picks up a question card and reads it out loud for every player to hear. For example, Who will most likely go to a strip club?

The Dictator secretly votes by putting a player card in front of them. Now it is the other players chance to vote. Each player puts a Voting card in front of them of the person they think the Dictator voted for.

The voting is the last step in the game. Every player turns over their voting cards one by one. The Dictator is the last to do so. Every player who guessed the same as the Dictator is awarded with 1 point. If any player has played their Double Down card they awarded with 2 points.

Price: $39.95

Free Shipping: YES

What’s included: 370 cards ( 10 player identity cards, 100 voting cards, 250 question cards, NSFW  expansion pack, 10 Double Down Cards.

Freedom Of Speech

Freedom Of Speech Review

Freedom Of  Speech is a card game that involves the guessing of a  word. The goal of the game is a lot like 30 Seconds, your teammates have to guess the word on your card before the time runs out.

You have to use the rules of the game to describe the word, like rhyming. The fist team to guess 21 cards correctly wins the game.

What we like?

  • Free Shipping
  • Multiple playing modes

What we don’t like

  • Expensive
  • Only 100 cards in expansion pack

How to play

Divide all the players into two teams. The rotation of the game will go counter clockwise. Rock, paper scissors will be used to decide which player will go first. The player that will start draws a card from the deck and start the timer for the round to begin.

Your teammates will have 60 seconds to guess the word on the card before the round is over. ( see the rules in how you can explain the word without giving a direct hint)

Price:  $29.99

Free Shipping: Yes

What’s included: 400 cards, button timer, instructions

Hot Seat

Hot Seat Review

Hot seat is a 200 question game you can play with your friends. Up to four players can play this game. The player in the hot seat will draw one of 200 cards and ask a question all the other players must answer. A fun game to discover who knows you the best.

What we like

  • Game is always different with new payers
  • Fun way to get to know your friends
  • Get to laugh at other players answers to your questions
  • The game is very flexible, you can incorporate your own rules

What we don’t like

  • This is not truly an adult game (take a few cards out and anyone can play)
  • Limited adult content
  • Expansion packs costs extra money
  • Can get repetitive when playing with the same friends

How to play

The player in the hot seat draws three cards and reads them out loud. The other players write their answers separately as if they are the player in the hot seat. The player in the hot seat then reveal their answers and points are rewarded accordingly. Scoring varies depending on the role you play.

Price:  $29.95

Free shipping: Yes

What’s included: 200 Question cards and instructions

Joking Hazard

Joking Hazard Review

Joking Hazard is a charades like game but with cards. Play with your friends to complete a three panel comic with endless possibilities. Certain combinations may be upsetting for some players, but then again this game is not for the faint of heart.

What we like

  • Three expansion packs available on Amazon
  • Expansion packs are affordable

What we don’t like

  • The game is a bit on the expensive side
  • Some of the cards are inappropriate on certain topics

How to play

You can ask 3 or more friends to play the game with you. Each of that players gets 7 cards. After the cards have been dealt out a judge is chose and the game starts.

The judge flips the top card from the draw pile over. The game can go two ways depending on the color of card the judge turned over. There is Red and Black cards in the game.

Black Cards

A Black Card indicates a normal round. The judge adds a black card from his hand to any side of the starting card. The rest of the players will have to finish the two panel starter the judge made.

Red Cards

If the judge flips the first card over at the beginning of the game and it is a red card, it will be a bonus round. The judge will not add a card to either side of the starter card like in a normal round. The players will have to take 2 of their own cards ro complete the panel.

After the players have put their cards down

This applies for both the Red and Black cards

Each player has to put their best card face down on the table (except the judge of course). The judge will look at each card and choose a favorite one.

The winning card goes back to player who played it. The card will have to be face up to keep track of the scoring during the game. The player sitting to the left of the judge now has a turn to play the judge.

After each round the cards will have to be refreshed. The players must always have 7 cards.

The game ends when a player has 3 points. House rules can be brought in here to make the game more interesting and to extend the game experience,

Price:  $24.99

Free Shipping: NO

What’s included:  306 panel cards, 10 blank cards ( you can add your own words) and instructions.