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  1. Thanks! I think we are going get code names and the resistance. Happy holidays!

    1. I hope you enjoy the games! 🙂

  2. Great list! I’m looking for a recommendation for card games for 4-6 players. I looked through and it looks like just tichu is for more than 5 players. Any other suggestions for a larger group? Thanks!!

    1. Hey Janelle –

      On this list, Sushi Go, Guillotine, Council of Verona, The Game and Hanabi can be played with up to five players. No Thanks and Spyfall can be played with more than 5. I also did a roundup of games specifically for a larger group that has a lot more suggestions – you can see that here.

  3. Two years ago my family found a new game that we LOVE to play. It’s called Tenzi. It’s a dice game that you can play with any number of people. Basically, there’s a deck of cards, and each card tells you what your objective is for that round. For example, roll all twos on your set of dice, or roll your dice to get numbers 1-10–but you have to make an animal noise after each roll. It’s pretty much guaranteed to end with most of us crying laughing, and my brother getting mad and throwing his set of dice. Little kids can play too, and it’s good for helping them learn to count! Plus, there’s not much real skill, so it’s the only game we’ve found that we can play as a family without someone getting so good at it that it’s no fun for the rest of us. It’s nice to know that other families like to play games together too! 🙂

    1. That sounds a lot like Phase 10! Sounds like a lot of fun! 🙂