We all know about Valentine's Day, but have you heard about Galentine's Day?
Coined by the legendary Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation, Galentine's Day takes place on the 13th of February. This is a day to celebrate the amazing women in your life.
We've put together our top games to play with your top ladies on Galentine's Day - in person or over Zoom!
Got a girl's night in coming up? Look no further than For the Girls, an adult party game that will have you rolling around with laughter if you let it! Think What Do You Meme? but messier in the best possible way.
This hilarious party game is the perfect thing to crack open this February. With over 500 cards to choose from, For the Girls is hours of simple yet naughty fun. You can even play this hit over Zoom with all of the gals, one person will just need to own the game.
You'll be crying with laughter when you find out which of your friends stirs the pot the most or is most likely to wake up holding a burrito.
From Britney to all of your favourite films, For the Girls has it all!
Gretchen, stop trying to make fetch happen. It is NEVER going to happen!
Whilst fetch might never catch on, the Mean Girls Expansion for What Do You Meme? just might.
The limit (of memes) does not exist! This is your chance to meme the iconic Plastics, Cady and more. Four for you, Glen Coco. You go, Glen Coco!
With 50 brand new photo and caption cards, your game of What Do You Meme? will be elevated to even Regina's standards. Get out your Burn Books and crack open a game of Mean Girls What Do You Meme on your next girls night.
Get in loser, we're having a games night!
Next up is your daily dose of nostalgia, complete with your very own mobile phone - no, it's not a flip phone.
The ultimate secret admirer board game, Dream Phone will give you all of the sleepover vibes. You'll receive calls and texts on the mobile phone giving you clues to reveal just who has a crush on you.
Full of campy fun, Dream Phone is a must-have even if it was pulled straight from the '90s!
Disturbed Friends is a party game designed to find out how disturbed your friends are, but, more importantly, how disturbed they think you are.
You will be faced with horrible situations, sexual scenarios and unethical debates that may cause you to re-evaluate your friendships.
Get ready to learn WAY too much about your closest friends in a game that takes thing way too far for devilish fun.
If Dream Phone is the equivalent to Take Me Out, then Valentine's Day is the gaming version of The Baccorlette.
Set your sights on a player of your choice and hand him a rose. Will he keep it? Make up your own rose bouquets to score points. But it’s not that simple, one too many thorny roses and your bouquet is ruined! Sometimes it’s safer to say “No”…