Are you on the hunt for board games with drawing to bring some fun to your next gathering? If so, then you're going to love what's on this list...
Some of these drawing games might be familiar, but you probably haven't heard of all of them. Let’s check them out – here’s a quick list of our favorites and where to find them
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|The Cat Game||View on Amazon|
|Over the Line||View on Amazon|
|Laughcronyms||View on Amazon|
|Telestrations||View on Amazon|
|Pictionary||View on Amazon|
The Cat Game
Players compete either on their own or can work in teams to try to draw the best pictures.
It is great for larger and smaller groups alike who want to have a challenge.
Players choose from categories such as CAT-tivities, PURRsons & PURRfessions, and fLICKS.
After choosing a card, players must sketch out the clue on the erasable drawing board.
The only catch is that each drawing has to contain a cat somewhere in the picture.
The first player who is able to guess all five clues wins.
Teams must battle simultaneously while they try to collect 20 points.
Players can earn more points by guessing the clues from the opposing team as well.
Over the Line
This is a fast-paced game that is only for adults due to some of the content included.
There are 350 cards included in the game, which ensures that players won’t accidentally draw the same card over and over.
Players draw a card and then have the choice of acting out what is on the card or trying to draw a picture.
Because players only have 90 seconds, they have to act or draw incredibly quickly in order to get their point across to their teammates.
It is a great game for larger groups of people as it really doesn’t matter how many people are participating at once since the game will only get more fun.
Cards are based on sex, race, bodily fluids, and religion, among other topics.
This is an adult drawing game for anywhere from four to 20 people to play and enjoy at once.
Participants have to create new meanings for initials and for acronyms and then draw pictures that match the new meaning.
Because participants don’t have to be artistically inclined, this game is incredibly funny as people stumble their way through a coherent drawing.
It can be played as a family-friendly game or for adults only, depending on the mood of the participants.
Because players make up all of the meanings themselves, there’s never any boring moments in the game as it is as fresh and fun as players are able to make it.
Play can last for as long as the teams want it to.
This is a classic party game where players combine the best of sketching and playing the old game “telephone”.
Each player has something that he or she has to draw and needs to complete his or her drawing in a set time.
After time is up, all players pass their boards to the left to try to guess what the other players drew.
After all players have had a time to try to guess what was drawn, then the artists share their clues.
While artists can play, this game is even more fun when people participate who aren’t artistic at all.
It is a great way to break the ice with a larger group of people as between four and 12 can play.
It has more than 2000 words, ensuring no repeats.
It is a classic game for just two to four players, although more can play if people are willing to team up and to take turns.
Players first select a card and then try to draw the pictures, trying to get the other players to be able to guess what they are drawing.
Because this game comes with 80 junior cards and 120 adult cards, it’s possible for people of mixed ages to play together without any problems.
Both artistic players and those who don’t have a lot of talent can play and enjoy this game together.
It includes erasable markers and boards so that players don’t have to waste paper while playing this game.
Bad drawers are some of the best players in this game as the only talent that is necessary is the ability to doodle and to scrawl.
Players choose one of 240 phrases and then doodle it and pass it on to another player.
Each player adds to the doodle so that by the time it returns to the original artist, it is completely different than how it started out.
After talking about how the doodle changed and what players thought they were supposed to be drawing, points are then given out for the best guesses and the funniest doodles.
It is great for four to eight players who are 17+ due to some of the themes on the cards.
This is a great game for younger players aged ten and up.
Between three and six players race to try to finish their drawings before everyone else is able to and then all players take turns trying to guess what their opponents were drawing.
Points are awarded based on who was able to finish fastest, who guessed correctly, and who had the best drawing that was easiest for other players to guess.
With 72 cards including 720 different things to sketch, this game can last for a long time without players having any repeat cards.
It includes six pencils and a sketch pad so the game can be played right away and even on the road.
It also includes one die and six tokens to make scoring easy.
Googly Eyes Game
Players first split into teams but unlike other drawing games, there isn’t any problem with being teamed up with members who aren’t very artistic.
Before players are allowed to draw anything for their teammates to guess, they have to put on the included vision-altering goggles.
These goggles make it much more difficult to draw a coherent picture and quickly even the playing field for everyone.
While one player draws and tries to race against the clock, his or her teammates try to guess what he or she is drawing.
Teams earn points based on how many pictures they are able to guess correctly.
The fast rules and setup make this a great game for younger children to enjoy with their families.
Drawing without Dignity
This Pictionary-style game pits players against each other and has NSFW things to draw so this game is only for adults.
There are 670 different things to draw, which is sure to keep all players interested and will reduce the likelihood of any cards being repeated.
All playing cards are professionally printed and high-quality, which means that they can last for long periods of time without getting ripped or fraying around the edges.
The game includes playing cards, timer, rules, die, pencils, and drawing pad.
Not only do players have to draw pictures and guess what their friends are drawing but they also try to steal points from each other by using the included action cards during turns.
Pass the Pen
This fast drawing game only allows players 10 seconds to try to draw the item that is listed on their cards.
Unlike other drawing games that rely on a buzzer, this game has a pen that slowly retracts so that it can’t be used when the time is up.
If players aren’t able to guess what is being drawn, then the pen passes to the next person and he or she tries his or her best to draw a picture.
Because of how fast-paced this game is, it’s great for not only spending some time when you don’t have a lot to spare but also to play with younger children.
It is perfect for three or more players who are aged eight or over.
Doodle a Droodle
Droodles are a mix of riddles and sketches and players must need to think on their feet and be as creative as possible in order to sketch out their interpretation of a droodle.
If players are able to complete a good sketch that others are able to easily recognize, then they will earn points.
Not only is this game a lot of fun but it is a great way to practice fine motor skills and thinking out of the box.
It includes an erasable whiteboard and two pens as well as 108 cards for players to choose from.
The sand timer makes keeping track of time simple and easy and will prevent any player from trying to use more than his or her fair share of time.
This collaborative drawing game is great for creative players who are interested in surrealist art and are willing to work on avant garde pieces.
It is great for between two and five players. For players who are on the go, this game has spiral binding on the bottom so that pages can easily be folded back.
With 56 different template pages included in the book, it’s easy for players to create stand-out art that is completely different and one of a kind.
Based on an old parlor game, this drawing game is great for younger and older players no matter how artistic they are.
The notebook serves to collect the art when it is finished and is great for displaying it as well.
Players ages eight and above split into teams and then try to draw pictures with their noses for their teammates to guess.
When a player has a turn to draw, he or she must put on a pair of glasses that allows him or her to wear a marker on the tip of his or her nose.
There is a clear drawing board for players to use that has handles so they can easily hold it up in front of their faces when drawing.
With plenty of cards to choose from to pick what the drawing will be, this game can be played for long periods of time without any repeats.
It is great for younger children and adults as the playing field is leveled by the glasses, which make it difficult to draw.