There’s a spy amongst us! A werewolf! A fascist! Whether you’re playing Spyfall, Werewolf, or Secret Hitler, these acting games are guaranteed to get your gaming squad pointing fingers and throwing accusations.
If lying isn’t your strong suit, no sweat! There are other games on this list that don’t force you to deceive your friends or wear a sneaky poker face, they’re just less telling.
Sell your opponents’ wacky inventions straight out of the Wild West in the improv game, Snake Oil. Better yet, watch your bestie attempt their best shot at a caterpillar impression in Charades. If you know everything about the Kardashians, Will Smith, and Hollywood, you’ll prosper in the name-guessing game, Monikers.
There’s something for everyone on this list, even observers. Get your gang moving and acting their hearts out to protect their identity, collect points, and guess the most challenging non-verbal cues.
🏆 Our Top Picks for Best Acting Board Games
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Best Acting Board Games
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It’s in the Bag!
We hope you enjoyed our list of the best acting board games and improv card games! These fun party games allow families and friends to act out different scenarios, get creative and stretch their acting muscles. If you or your friends are aspiring actors, these games are a great way to practice your improv skills.
Have you tried any of the games on this list? Which one is your favorite? Drop a comment below and let us know what you think! We’d love to hear from you.
Lurking deep in the dungeon is an intermediate board gamer, testing her luck in Clank! When Jess isn’t writing about board games, she’s probably at a gaming cafe learning the ropes of a new game or savagely harvesting wheat in Catan. Her favorite types of games are deck-building, strategy table toppers, or social deduction thrillers like Werewolf. If you don’t see her after dark, you know why.