It’s time to get your mind down in the gutter and play dirty! Gutterhead, the adult board game, will have you in tears. Tears of laughter!

Do you enjoy playing Pictionary or drawing games? What about Charades? If so, why not combine the two, add in a bit of spice and naughtiness, and play the fiendishly filthy drawing game – Gutterhead.

Gutterhead is described as X-rated Pictionary meets naughty Charades! An adult party game that is lots of fun. NOT a wholesome family game! If you are looking for something a bit more risqué or, let’s face it, just outright filthy then you really must try Gutterhead for your next adult’s only game night.

Gutterhead is a party game for 4-16 players, age 17+, with a playing time of anywhere from 30 minutes to 60 minutes. Players MUST HAVE a wicked, dirty sense of humour! If you are easily offended or broken your funny bone, this isn’t the game for you. Gutterhead is an hilarious game of drawing, miming and guessing.

In the box:

  • 240 Fiendishly Filthy Cards
  • Game Board
  • Whiteboards (x4)
  • Dry-Wipe Pens (x4)
  • Turd-Shaped Playing Pieces (x4 in different colours)
  • Dice
  • Instructions

Gutterhead is the fiendishly filthy drawing game. It is played in teams (2 to 4 teams) with up to four players per team. Players must compete head-to-head; drawing pictures, performing mimes and trying to guess what word or phrase is on the fiendishly filthy cards. On the cards there will be words such as ‘Teabagging’, ‘Wet Dream’ and ‘Camel Toe’ plus other rude, crude and filthy adult terms and phrases that players must draw or mime for others to guess.

This is definitely NOT a game for the prudish or the kids. Especially when they might embarrass you by knowing more of the terms than you do. This is a game where you are going to find out a whole lot more about your closest friends and family members. Once you start playing, you are going to very quickly realise that the shy, quiet and innocent member of your friendship group isn’t so shy, retiring and innocent at all.

Playing Gutterhead is straightforward, there are even some alternative drinking rules in the instructions. It is a game that is extremely easy to play. Pick a card (that matches the colour of the space that you where you have landed on the board), draw or mime the word or phrase and hope that your team can guess what you are trying to say. If they do, you win the round and can move your turd-shaped playing piece around the board towards the finish line. The first team to reach the finish line wins!

Worried about your drawing skills? You don’t have to be Picasso to draw your pictures, you can mime instead. Although be warned, trying to guess at some of the drawings, descriptions and mimes that your friends will conjure up could be quite a challenge. But everything results in guaranteed bellyaching laughter and eye-watering fun.


Overall, Gutterhead is an excellent adult only party game that is naughtily delicious. It might even cause some embarrassment which just adds to the filthy fun. Although I wouldn’t recommend it to people with a weak bladder, you may just have an accident laughing so hard and loudly!

How would you draw or mime “where making a deposit is a sticky business” or “motorboating” or any of the other inappropriate words and phrases from the different category cards?

The rules are very easy to understand, and it only takes a couple of minutes to learn them. As for the quality of the game, all the cards are very good card stock and have some great words and phrases to draw and mime, right from the gutter and made better with some truly good, or even bad, drawings and mimes.

Gutterhead is hilarious fun and works better with the more people playing. It really isn’t a game for the prudish, easily offended or humour challenged.

If you want something different for your game nights or just a night in with good friends, then I can highly recommend Gutterhead – it really is a fiendishly filthy game. And should you like a tipple or several, then the alternative drinking rules are great.

Fantastic filthy fun.

Rating: 5/5

RRP: £24.99

For more information, visit Available to buy from Amazon here.

DISCLOSURE: All thoughts and opinions are my own. This review uses an affiliate link which I may receive a small commission from if you purchase through the link.

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