Board Game Speed Dating Games

Your night of speed dating is over, and yet you're still thinking about him/her. How amazing they were. How fun they were. And you're asking, "will I ever see them again?" And "If only I could remember their name." And by them, we mean those games you played. 

If you enjoyed any of the selections and want a copy of your own, we've created a list of all of them and included them below. Each game name is also a link that takes you directly to a page where you can buy the game on Amazon. We should say that every game you see is a game we often play at speed dating events, but it's possible it wasn't played at your particular event. For those of you who played Naked Truth at an event, that game is still in development and we will post a link to it here as soon as it is available for sale. 

Finally, we should warn that in some cases we edited the rules of the games, so if the game you'd purchase might look a bit different from what you played at our event, we included a note so you'd know how you could adjust the game when you buy it.

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Blocks do not come with writing on them. If you pull a block and declare that you want candy, we will not come to your home and give you candy. This service costs extra.

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This is a link to the version we played at Speed dating, but there are many other versions, each of which adds more elements of gambling. Click that link above, but then browse around and see if there's another version you like more.

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You know those awesome cards with pre-written things on them telling you what to draw? We made those. The game doesn't come with those, and one player has to sit out each round and write what everyone else should draw. Honestly, this game is just paper and markers and it would probably be cheaper to just hit up a Staples. 

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The rules say to discard any cards you don't use at the end of the hand and draw all fresh cards. We think this is ridiculous.

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The game actually comes with a deck of cards, each detailing different things to draw. You pull a card and draw that. But honestly, the things it tells you to draw are too simple. We find it's way more fun if the first person writes a full sentence describing a scene on page one of the book. 

Blocks do not come with writing on them. If you pull a block and declare that you want candy, we will not come to your home and give you candy. This service costs extra.

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