Ask Dicebreaker: Need something to start the celebration? We’re here to recommend the best party board games

Board game boogie.

Drumroll please...Ask Dicebreaker is back! And it’s party time at the hottest board game club in town.

Yes, this week we’ll be answering all your questions on the best party board games this side of the dancefloor - in other words, the side with all the bowls of Twiglets and Cheeselets of course!

Last time we opened the floodgates for all those burning questions you lot had about the best family board games to play instead of opening the same old mouldy copy of Monopoly, and we had some brilliant questions.

For this Ask Dicebreaker we’re looking for queries about board games that make you want to boogie, or at least let your hair down for an evening.

Sick of playing the frankly rubbish Cards Against Humanity all the time? Want recommendations for party board games that will make your guests cry with laughter? Need something to support large groups of people without descending into chaos?

Social deduction games, quick board games, games to get you up and moving. We’re ready to fling some of the finest and funniest board games in existence your way.

What if you’re just looking for advice on how to organise a party board game night? Or how to surreptitiously introduce a board game into a party? Or how to encourage good board game etiquette?

Whatever you want to know, make sure to comment with your question on this article before this Thursday (9th March) to have the Dicebreaker team weigh in with their party advice.

Also, if you have any ideas for future Ask Dicebreaker topics, then be sure to pop them in a comment below, and keep an eye on the site for our answers this Friday.

Party on!


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Alex Meehan

Staff Writer

Alex’s journey to Dicebreaker began with writing insightful video game coverage for outlets such as Kotaku, Waypoint and PC Gamer. Her unique approach to analysing pop culture and knack for witty storytelling finally secured her a forever home producing news, features and reviews with the Dicebreaker team. She’s also obsessed with playing Vampire: The Masquerade, and won’t stop talking about it.