Adulting is hard, isn’t it? Sometimes we don’t get to do what we always want to do because work and other obligations get in the way, and that’s the worst part of it. Making time for our friends has always been really important for Ryan and I. Everyone who knows me knows how much I LOVE board games. I could sit and play for hours, especially if there’scocktails involved. Ryan and I recently hosted a “friends game night” and finally got to try out Codenames: Deep Undercover. Codenames: Deep Undercover is an adults-only, mature version of Codenames using the same popular game mechanics, but introduces all-new words, packaging, “by-standers” and art. A new twist is added with the inclusion of blank cards, allowing players to introduce their own words to the game.
This game originates from Codenames , and this game is Adults Only (which makes it extra fun!) The game needs at least 4 players (2 teams) and each team has a captain that plays the role of the “Spy Master.” You have to guess the word on the card by giving clues to your team. It’s fun to see what everyone comes up with, and by the end we were all laughing uncontrollably at the words we were coming up with .
I’m always the person who plans get togethers and tries to plan out fun events so board game nights are right up my alley. It makes you feel like a kid again, except for the fact that it’s adults only (which makes it more fun!) We’ve made it a habit to bring all of our board games with us to the beach house this summer so whenever we get a free night we can spend it remembering how to take life less seriously and feel like kids again.
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