10 Best Games Like Secret Hitler Which You’ll Adore!

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Do we have admirers of Secret Hitler here? Well, this political party game is indeed astounding. Even though you may think it’s irreplaceable, we have found similar games, which give the same feeling, but include unique rules, equipment, and gameplay.

  • The games:
  1. Coup;
  2. The Resistance;
  3. One Night;
  4. Spyfall;
  5. Pandemic;
  6. Sheriff Of Nottingham;
  7. Bang!;
  8. Salem 1692;
  9. The Resistance: Avalon;
  10. Scotland Yard;

1. Coup

Coup

Available on Amazon ($13.99) & Target ($13.99) | Ages 13+ | 2 to 6 players;

Both games include different characters and competitions between teams (or individuals). In Coup, all players play against each other, and your goal is to kick all other players out, so, not at all about teamwork.

2. The Resistance

The Resistance

Available on Amazon ($24.69) & Walmart ($24.99) | Ages 13+ | 5 to 10 players;

In both these board games, there are ‘the good ones’ and ‘the bad ones’. In order for a team to win, they have to either complete missions or stop missions from being completed. However, in The Resistance, there are more characters, and the theme is more sci-fi, different from Secret Hitler, which is political.

3. One Night

One Night

Available on Amazon ($18.69) & Walmart ($32.99) | Ages 8+ | 3 to 10 players;

In One Night & Secret Hitler, you have to belong to one of the teams, and that decides your role. The contents of the two games are different, however, the goal is beating the other team. 

4. Spyfall

Spyfall

Available on Amazon ($30.38) & Walmart ($25.40) | Ages 13+ | 3 to 8 players;

The main difference is that winning in Secret Hitler depends on completing missions, while in Spyfall, the scoring depends on points. However, both games are about teamworking & competition. 

5. Pandemic

Pandemic

Available on Amazon ($29.97) & Target ($35.99) | Ages 8+ | 2 to 4 players;

The main goal in both is completing the specific missions, in order to win. However, the Pandemic is way more complicated, because of all the different phases, rules, special events, and more. 

6. Sheriff Of Nottingham

Sherif Of Nottingham

Available on Amazon ($122.00) & Walmart ($81.63) | Ages 14+ | 3 to 5 players;

Both these board games have the ‘bad ones’, either a Sheriff or Hitler. In order to win any of the games, you have to use lots of strategy and lies. Nevertheless, the topics in them are different, and the latter takes quite more time to play. 

7. Bang!

Bang!

Available on Amazon ($22.23) & Walmart ($22.23) | Ages 8+ | 4 to 7 players;

Even though each player has their role in the game, there are two main teams in both games: the Sheriff / Hitler with his supporters, and the remaining players. We may Say Secret Hitler is a bit more complicated to be played.

8. Salem 1692

Salem 1692

Available on Amazon ($24.99) & Walmart ($24.89) | Ages 14+ | 4 to 12 players;

There are two main teams in both games, and both teams have different goals (however, it’s all about beating one another). When comparing the difficulty level, Salem 1692 is quite more complicated and has more types of cards, phases, and actions. 

9. The Resistance: Avalon

The Resistance - Avalon

Available on Amazon ($19.99) & Walmart ($24.99) | Ages 13+ | 5 to 10 players;

The game we just talked about is actually based on Knights Of Camelot, which makes the playing process just like watching it. However, there are 2 teams in each game, and each has a leader. 

10. Scotland Yard

Scotland Yard

Available on Amazon ($27.95) & Walmart ($38.60) | Ages 8+ | 2 to 6 players;

The main idea behind both games is similar. However, Secret Hitler is more of a team vs. team game, while Scotland Yard is a character vs. all the others. FYI, Secret Hitler is a bit simpler to play, and the content is more adult-y.

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