Articulate is one of the world’s great wordplay games. It’s for a minimum of four players who pick a card and then successfully describe as many words as possible without naming them – before the 30 second sand timer runs out. (There are other bumps and turns along the way, but that’s the essence).
The game was invented in the 90s by British games specialists Drumond Park. For any group of people over 12 years of age, it’s guaranteed good clean fun. And it’s a great vocabulary builder.