It’s the most wonderful time of the year and for many of us that means lots of gatherings of friends and family as we make our way to Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations. And what’s a great way to spend time with your friends or family? Games. Big ones. Small ones. We’re talking board games and card games, and games where people have to sit, and games where people have to stand. That means it’s a perfect time to share the best black family (or friend) games!
These Black-owned games give you and your family an opportunity to come together and have fun while circulating your dollars within our community.
1Black Card Revoked
Makers of America’s #1 black culture trivia game and other fun products, co-founded by Latesha Williams.
This party game is not your parents’ night of pinochle and spades!
Fam Foolery, Inc. produces Trap Wars® The Urban Game Night Experience and Trap Wars® The Game Show, a live Game Show that highlights and showcases Black businesses. Trap Wars® The Urban Game Night Experience is a family-friendly, travel-size game that promises fun for the culture.
4University of Dope
University of Dope is a disrespectful party game for hip hop lovers — ’cause your favorite rapper is trash. The creators of University of Dope are A.V. “$upreme” Perkins, a DIY blogger, and Marian “Skinni Bee” Andoh, a project manager. The two hip hop enthusiasts met at Central Connecticut State University back in 2004. They have been friends and debating music ever since.
A fun music card game for the “kulture,” with the best in 90’s and 2000’s hip hop and R&B, the product was created by Dae Fenwick, owner of the new music card game Kulture Karaoke. As a Detroit native, 80’s baby, HBCU grad (Clark Atlanta University and Texas Southern University), black woman attorney, and member of a black sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Fenwick believes in making products for us, by us.