Chameleon has a tonne of replayability, much like codenames. Games like colour brain are great in board game cafe's but we've played it 3 times now and I won't play it again, we all know the answers to every question now. It just becomes a case of who can't quite remember one of the answers very well. It is a good game but I can't see the point of owning games like it?
Annoyed I missed this, ordered it from Amazon almost a month ago when it was in stock, and they never sent it to me and been messing me about saying they will check with their buying team...
Just got Telestrations the other day but yet to play it! And thanks again for the recommendations, sounds like exactly what I'm after so will definitely be keeping an eye out for them all over the next few months.
Yes, definitely in that ballpark. You could also maybe look at Concept, that fits into that sort of slot too. Also, slightly different in style, but in the same genre of "good dinner-party wine and a laugh" games that are worth a look are Wits & Wagers (trivia meets betting, the one with the most useless knowledge in the room doesn't always win), Telestrations (like Pictionary but 100% better and 1000% funnier), and Snake Oil (hillarious with a group with good "gift of the gab"). I would also highly recommend Codenames, but since you just got Cameleon you probably don't need that right now, since they're quite similar games. Still worth looking out for in the future.
Thanks for the recommendations! I'll keep an eye out for both Monikers and Linkee. I also play quite a lot of articulate and cranium, are they similar to those at all? If not, can you suggest anything that is?