As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, we start to get excited for summertime gatherings with family and friends. But with the added pressure of hosting, it can be tough to come up with ideas that will make your party a hit. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We’ve rounded up 5 apps that will help you plan and execute the perfect summer gathering,
From talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, Heads Up! is one of the most popular party games available. Perfect for all ages, the game’s appeal is in large part thanks to its simplicity and the fact that it can be played with anywhere between two people to a huge group.
You’ll hold up an iPhone to your forehead, and the phone screen then displays a word from a diverse number of different categories. It’s up to everyone else to give clues so you can correctly guess the right answer. If you guess correctly, tilt the phone screen down to draw a new card. Tilting up will pass the word and also show a new clue.
Get ready for deception in Triple Agent! A party game for between five and seven players, all you need is a single iPhone. Each round lasts around 10 minutes and features 12 different operations to create a different experience each time.
Make sure to hide the kids when playing Evil Apples: Dirty as ____. A digital take on the popular card game Cards Against Humanity, prepare to laugh.
To start, a question card is shown to all players. Each player then selects an answer card to fill in the blank. The selected judge will then pick their favorite answer card. The first player to win seven rounds is declared the victor. The question and answer combinations can range from merely funny to downright hysterical.
DeGeneres makes the list again with another great party game. The Truth Comes Out takes some inspiration from Cards Against Humanity but adds a more personal touch focusing on you and your friends. You’ll need at least three people to play a game.
Everyone will answer questions like “What’s the last thing Maria Googled?” or “What is the biggest secret that Laura is keeping?” Players will then vote for their favorite answers. You’ll score points when friends choose your answers. The player with the most points at the end of the game is victorious.
A great app to start a conversation, What You Choose has a simple premise.
The app has hundreds of different would you rather questions. For example, would you rather be a professional athlete or a professional actor? You can vote on your favorite options and then see real-time results from players all around the world. There are no inappropriate questions, meaning this game is suitable for kids.