I’ve been told that occasionally people get together to play raucous games. There are many such “party games” that are out there, some which cater to a more adult audience. Dirty Diction is in that vein. But more than just tossing random cards out and having a judge pick which one they like the most, Dirty Diction has numerous different mini-games to play as part of the overall goal in showing you’re the greatest of all your friends.
In Dirty Diction, the first player will draw a Dirty Diction card. After looking it over, they pick one of the Challenge cards they want to use in order to get their point. The challenge cards are such things like charades, or pictionary, or otherwise trying to get people to guess what is on the card they drew. There’s some other twists and turns along the way, such as “All In” cards.
The campaign is about 1/4 of the way to their goal with still 26 days to go.
Note: this game isn’t for kids, and not all the cards that are previewed could be work-appropriate.