In the party game Dan and Phil’s Truth Bombs, you’re going to write something about everyone else at the table, and they’re going to write stuff about you. Can you guess who said what?
To play, lay out question cards on the table on colored mats, then give each player a target sheet and have them write their name in the target box. Everyone passes their target sheet to the left, then everyone takes the target sheet they received, chooses one of the questions (e.g., “What are they terrible at?”), then writes down an answer. When everyone is finished, pass the sheets left again, then choose a question that hasn’t already been answered for the sheet you were just handed, and write down an answer to a new question. Continue doing this until you fill in one answer on each person’s sheet.
Players then take turns reading aloud the answers to the questions for the target player whose sheet they hold. The target player then selects their favorite answer and guesses who wrote it. The player who wrote the favorite answer scores a point. If the target player was correct in their guess, they also receive a point.
Play a predetermined number of rounds, then throw all the scores away because you’re mad at all the other players.