OBJECTIVE OF CULTURE TAGS: The objective of Culture Tags is to be the team that has accumulated the most points by the end of the game.

NUMBER OF PLAYERS: 4 or More Players

MATERIALS: 350 Playing Cards, Sand Timer, and Instructions

TYPE OF GAME: Party Card Game



Culture Tags is the type of party game that can be as short or long as you want it to be! The categories may include Twitter, Instagram, Church, Family and Friends, ect. There is plenty of gameplay for many types of people, which is perfect for the party crowd! Attempt to guess as many cards as possible!


Firstly, split the players into teams of two or more. The number of teams or players is up to the players. Each team will then choose a player to be their describer, which changes each round. The game is then ready to begin.


To begin the game, the first team will flip the timer. The describer will then take a stack of cards from the box and immediately begin. They will begin by stating the category and showing the team the culture tag. They must then give hints without saying any of the words on the card.

When the card is answered correctly, it gets placed to the side and a new card is drawn. If the team cannot guess the card, they will pass and place it separately from the cards that are guessed correctly.

When the timer comes to an end, the rest of the cards are placed in the box. The passed cards are left on the table. The cards that the team were able to correctly guessed are placed off to the side, and the team earns one point for each card that is correctly guessed.

The next team will then go through the same process, but they may choose to answer the passed cards or cards from the box. If they are able to guess the passed cards, they score two points per card. Gameplay continues like this until the players decide that the game is over.


The game comes to an end when the players decide to be finished playing. The team with the most points win the game!

Nakoa Davis