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Black-Owned Games to Play at Your Next Get-Together



Want to add some competitive fun to your next gathering? These Black-owned party games were created with the culture in mind for just that purpose. Featuring interesting topics we know and love, these games get everyone talking, ensuring nonstop laughs and a good time for all. Whether it’s girl’s night or a family gathering, these Black-owned games will definitely liven up your next get-together.



PO’ UP!

PO' UP! Is the first party game created to celebrate the Black college experience, bridging the gap between the experiences of Black students and alumni representing both HBCUs and PWIs. Players will feel a sense of nostalgia as they relive their college days by sharing funny memories. There are three different ways to play the game and three different ways to po’ up!



Hey Girl Hey

This one will definitely add some spice to your girl’s night. Small talk is out the window once the game of Hey Girl Hey gets started and the tea gets to spilling. The game consists of cards with various prompts, including Truth, Dare, Challenge, Drink, and Never Have I Ever. This game can be played with as little as two players, or with a large group of coworkers or even people you just met. One thing is for sure; once the game is over, you’ll know a lot more about the other players.



Black Card Revoked

Black Card Revoked celebrates American black culture, life, history, and more. Engage in fun debates and see who knows their stuff. Suitable for all age groups, it’s the perfect game for family night, Thanksgiving, or any other multi-generational gathering. There are also ten editions available to ensure the game keeps going with new and engaging questions.



Think you know hip-hop culture? Time will tell when you play a game of University of Dope. This drinking game puts your knowledge to the test. But that’s not all. Some cards call for players to bust out in dance moves or impersonate artists, so be prepared! On multiple-choice questions, the majority rules, so whichever answer most people agree with is the right one. Fail a pop quiz and it’s bottoms up!


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GryphonD
GryphonD
Nov 01, 2022

In the process of a table game. Thank you for sharing; allows me to learn of gaming creation companies. Needed that resource. ❤️❤️

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Never even thought of what games may be Black Owned! What a nice fun fact! I don't usually play games like these but now I know some to recommend for friend and family gatherings!

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