5 games that will live up any party.

Do you like house parties? I very much do. And I'm not talking about nothing major with a house full of people or having to repaint the walls and order a skip to get rid of all the rubbish and empty bottles the next day. A get together with closest friends or family featuring snacks, wine and music. The coolest thing about these cosy little gatherings, is that you meet up with the people you love and enjoy each other's company without the need of red lipsticks, high heels or eyebrows on fleek - doing yourself up for a night out. To make it even more special and fun why not involve some interesting games !! I absolutely love all kind of games at such meetings. From truth or dare to board ones !! Here are my top recommendations that I've personally tried and more than enjoyed...
     
  
1. Mr and Mrs
Would you be surprised to find out what your partner really thinks, or can you read them like a book? Pair up with your romantic other half, or even a friend or family member to answer in-depth and entertaining questions about each other. Mr & Mrs Family Edition contains questions suitable for adult couples, families and even boys and girls from the age of 10. With over 1,000 questions designed to uncover things you may not know about your nearest and dearest.
  
In this detective game you start at 221B and travel through the streets and alleys of London picking up clues and attempting to solve the most intriguing cases Holmes and Watson have ever faced.
  
Party card Game for friends for the social media generation. Think you've got what it takes to out-meme your friends IRL? Compete to create the funniest meme by pairing caption cards with the photo card in play. A rotating judge picks the best combination each round.
  
Can you pull off a convincing Russian accent? Get your mouth around the trickiest of tongue-twisters? Gargle the national anthem? Or instantly become a convincing cross-breed by making the noise of a pig while moving like a penguin? Under the pressure of the timer, these and many more crazy and funny challenges might not be as easy as they sound.
   
The game begins when a player (the Storyteller) selects a story card and reads out the caption on it, which will be the first line of a story that has yet to be created. The other players then ask the Storyteller questions from their cards and the Storyteller begins to build their story. The Storyteller must then develop their unique story using a specific word on another player's card, or the sentence must begin with the letter featured on the other player's card.