Pictionary Game for Groups

Pictionary Drawing Games

See how well you can draw under pressure with the hilarious Pictionary game, suitable for all types of groups.

Pictionary is a great game that is perfect for any occasion. This is because you don’t need much equipment or space to make the most out of this game. Whether you are planning a birthday celebration or just a group get together or even a family party, Pictionary will be the perfect addition. We have put together everything you need to know about how to play this game as well as a drunken version of Pictionary for adults!

What You’ll Need:

  • Large notepad
  • Easel for the notepad (if you’re feeling fancy)
  • Pens and pencils
  • A timer

How to Play the Pictionary Game?

Before you start everyone or one person should write down a variety of topics and/or things on a piece of paper and fold it up.

Then split your group up into however many groups you want to play the game in, make sure you have at least 3 people in each group.

Once you are in smaller groups take it in turns to take one of the pieces of paper to reveal what you will have to draw.

Then without saying anything start drawing and let your group guess what it is you are drawing.

Once they have guessed correctly you can sit down and you have a point added to your groups score.

Then it’s time for the next group to go up and do the same & so on until there are no more pieces of paper left.

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Drunk Pictionary

Drunk Pictionary for Adults

Now this one is for the adults; the concept is exactly like the original game of Pictionary but with a twist. And by twist we mean lots of alcohol. It’s the perfect addition to a birthday event or get together with friends if you are looking for a fun drinking game that will have you all in hysterics.

What You’ll Need:

  • Large notepad
  • Easel for the notepad (if you want to go all out)
  • Pens and pencils
  • A timer
  • Plenty of alcohol

How to Play Drunk Pictionary?

First get everyone or one person to write down different topics and/or things on pieces of paper and fold them up.

Split the players up into as many groups as you like so long as there are at least 3 people in each group.

Then in your groups, take it in turns and let one player take one of the pieces of paper to reveal what they will have to draw.

Then without saying anything start drawing and let your group guess what it is you are drawing.

If you guess wrong your group has to take a shot

Once they have guessed correctly you can sit down and you have a point added to your groups score.

Need help organising?

If you're hunting for games to pair with an event, we can also plan your group activities for any occasion too! See our group destination ideas to get started.

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