The best adult games to keep you entertained this weekend and through lockdown

We are having to get more creative these days as we’ve exhausted all possible fun activities to do at home while on lockdown. So, I asked around for some card and board games people are loving right now and found out that – everyone is investing in brilliant games to beat boredom and pass time. From the good old TV game show like The Chase to Wtf party game. Check out these incredible games suggested by you for everyone. Whatever you fancy, get your family members or flatmates together and get ready for a competitive weekend.

Ginger Fox Taskmaster Game £19.99

Ginger Fox Taskmaster Game £19.99

Based on the hit entertainment show hosted by the renowned comedian that is Greg Davies and his assistant Little Alex Horne, Taskmaster the Board Game brings the very essence of this peculiarly popular show to the comfort of your own home.

Cards Against Humanity, £27.99

Cards Against Humanity, £27.99

Cards Against Humanity is an adult party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends. The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with what they think is the funniest White Card from their pile. The person with the Black Card then chooses what they think is the best answer.

Top of The Pops Party Game, £20.00

Get ready to play a throwback music party game based on all the music you’ve seen on Top of the Pops. The no. 1 music board game for families isn’t a trivia game, so you don’t need to know obscure facts. Just form two teams and prepare to take each other on across two pop-tastic rounds.

Wtf? The Party Game for Adults Who Should Know Better, £15.00

Wtf? is a brilliant card game for players with dirty minds. An unconventional question-based card game for adults. The concept is simple – the egg-timer gets flipped, a player gets asked questions, and they have to answer them. And if you don’t know the answer, fake it until you make it. In a Wtf? game, players decide how they answer and it’s up to other players to decide if they sound right or if their answers should be challenged. For a night of bluffing and banter, this is definitely the game for you.

Articulate! Board Game, £21.44

This interactive game is ideal for 4 or more players. It’s the hilarious team game of quick fire descriptions! Players try to describe as many card entries as possible to their team mates in 30 seconds. The 1st team round the board wins. It’s loud, intense and brilliantly funny. Contains, 500 cards, 1 x playing board, 6 x playing pieces, 1 arrow spinner and instructions.

The Chase Card Game Ideal, £19.99

Although this is a family game show, but it’s highly rated and much loved and now has this amazing board game and it deserves to be on this list. Bringing all the excitement of The Chase into your very own home. This fun board game includes an electronic timer, money tokens, a game board, player pieces, and two stacks of question cards. Answer questions and race your friends and family around the board – can you beat The Chaser? Suitable for ages 8 and over and powered with 2 x AAA (not included)