Awesome Fun Teen Games For Boys
These amazing fun teen games are chosen specially because they are the best teenage party games for boys. Small or large groups can enjoy them, and girls, too, so if you're looking for game ideas for birthday party celebrations, read on!
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If you need inspiration for teenage party games, Boardgame Beast can help! All of these fun teen games CAN be enjoyed by girls, too, or in a mixed group, but have been specially selected to appeal most to groups of boys playing them together.
Here's our top 10 teenage party games for boys, in no particular order. Each has different merits, but none will let you down if used with the right kind of people.
This amazingly fun game sees one player as the Sheriff, and the others as outlaws, deputies, or the renegade. Each player must try to outlive the others, using BANG and MISS cards, horses, weapons and items to gain advantages over the others, plus dodge jail and the dynamite! Easy to learn and a lot of fun to play.
One of the few two-player fun teen games on this list, this 1980s classic is still the best fantasy take on American football. Spikes, traps, beating the snot out of enemy players, and explosive balls are all part of the fun.
With artwork based on the landscape of this French region, this tile-laying game has players creating a map one piece at a time. Using your followers to claim unfinished roads, castles and fields, one of the joys is never knowing who's going to win until nearly at the end; and the other is making rude structures out of the man-shaped wooden "meeples".
If your kids love rolling dice, then there's no substitute for Dicecapades. You get to roll dozens of them every turn! Not one for Dads who are prone to headaches.
An insanely funny card game that makes the players speak like Zombies! One of our picks for the best Zombie games. Very timid players may not enjoy the experience.
A sort of reverse CLUE board game, you have to kill the old guy instead of trying to solve his murder. Fun, funny, and very appealing to teenagers for some reason...
We can't escape the feeling that Kramer vs Kramer would have been more entertaining if the actors had been given katana swords and Ninja stars. Ninja vs Ninja is a two-player strategy game that is tons of fun.
The game that invented the snicker-behind-the-hands pun "Got wood for sheep?", Settlers is one of the most successful games of all time, selling over 12m copies and counting. Your teenage kids will love it.
A huge, easy game, build it up and knock it down. The Jenga stacking game is unbeatable for larger groups. Good for co-ed gaming sessions: lots of opportunities to touch people's hands.
The lowbrow humor will appeal to teens, but we at Boardgame Beast wish the manufacturers had taken more chances and been a bit more risque with the slogans.
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