Party Games - The University of Tulsa

Party Games


5 Second Rule

Players are given 5 seconds to answer assorted trivia questions.

Apples to Apples

Each round, the active player draws a Description card from the deck, then the other players each secretly choose the best match.

Blockbuster Party Game

In the Movie Buzzer Battle, both teams are given a topic, such as “Movies with dogs”. You start the 15-second timer, yell out a relevant movie, then whack the buzzer to reset the time.

Cards Against Humanity

A party game for horrible people.


In Codenames, two teams compete to see who can make contact with all of their agents first.


Humorous Party Card Game With Loads Of Imaginative Storytelling

Munchkin Deluxe

This award-winning card game, designed by Steve Jackson, captures the essence of the dungeon experience… with none of that stupid roleplaying stuff.


Scattergories is a great game for any group to play. In the game each player fills out a category list ‘with answers that begin with the same letter.’

Secret Hitler

A dramatic game of political intrigue and betrayal set in 1930s Germany. Each player is randomly and secretly assigned to be a liberal or a fascist, and one player is Secret Hitler.

Sushi Go Party!

Sushi Go!, is a party platter of mega maki, super sashimi, and endless edamame. Up to eight players can join in on the sushi-feast.



Players take turns describing a word or phrase on a drawn card to their partner without using five common additional words or phrases also on the card.

The Resistance

The Resistance is a party game of social deduction. It is designed for five to ten players, lasts about 30 minutes, and has no player elimination.


A card game played using 220 cards. Each card depicts a historical event, invention or discovery on both sides, with the year in which that event occurred, invention or discovery was made on only one side.



Werwölfe is the ultimate game for even larger groups of all ages. Take on the role of a villager and unmask the werewolves.

What Do You Meme

Each round, one player takes the role of judge and plays a photo card, after which everyone else plays a caption card to complete the meme.