Listography is another party game that includes everyone and tests your knowledge. It works for 3-6 players and can take anywhere between 15 and 45 minutes to play. The rules are very easy to learn, it’s as easy as making lists.
The game is made up of rounds. Each round, a card is drawn, which gives the topic and the type of list to be made. Topics have a wide range of subjects to choose from, but there are only three types of lists. Either you’re trying to match with as many people as possible, match with only one other person, or match with no one. After the card is drawn and everyone sees it, a timer is started and all players make their lists. When the time runs out, players share their lists. Points are awarded for every word that qualifies and tracked on a board.
This game is another staple for family game night. It works for all ages and never grows old. The only problem I have with it is the board is too short, but that can be fixed by going through the board multiple times to win. I find it easy to play and interesting to see how your knowledge matches with others. This is a game I recommend playing and would love to hear your thoughts on it.