'Odious Lists' is an Outrageous Spin on a Classic Party Game

By: Michael Hemsworth - Apr 5, 2016
References: allinbadtaste & thegadgetflow
Anyone who has played the classic party game Scattergories will find 'Odious Lists' to be a perfect balance of it and Cards Against Humanity in one compact design.

Working like Scattergories, 'Odious Lists' asks players to answer a question with words that start with a specific letter. Such questions can include ones such as "I'd never date someone who is [blank]" or "Things you do when you're blackout drunk."

If the above examples of the kinds of phrases you'll expect didn't already tip you off, 'Odious Lists' is a classic board game designed for adults rather than children. It's one of many games being created to help satisfy a growing demand from older generations to play games whilst socializing at parties and get-togethers.