Sit down dinner

by Simon
(London)

Am organising a sit down dinner for 24 people - many of your games say that they are better as a buffet. Are any in particular good for a sit down meal?

NB I am in the UK ---- presume no problem buying from the UK?

My response:

I'll deal with the easy question first - there's no problem purchasing games from the UK. I'm in Yorkshire myself, and have had no problems buying any of these (apart from the very occasional internet outage).

A sit-down dinner is a slightly longer answer.

The games are all designed to be played standing up, with people conspiring in corners and having secret conversations.

So providing that you allow plenty of time for those conversations in between the courses (and you have the space!), then you can host any of the games with a sit down dinner.

I hope that helps.

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