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Party games that are played at social gatherings to facilitate interaction and provide entertainment and recreation. Sieger Team can facilitate best party games that will turn your get together into a wild romp full of laughter and accusations. The best party games around are the kinds of games that are perfect for throwing on when you've got a gathering of people that serves as an icebreaker or an easy way to keep everyone occupied and laughing.
1. Mummy Wrap: Mummy Wrap is a fun party game for all ages. When the game starts, the participants must wrap the ‘mummy’ in toilet paper. Whichever team finishes their roll of toilet paper first is the winner.
2. Ping Pong Ball: Two participants sit on opposite sides of a table on their knees with their arms behind their back. A ping pong ball is placed in the middle of the table. When the facilitator says GO, they both try to blow the ping pong ball off the opponents’ side of the table.
3. Tag ‘n Bag: Everyone starts with 10 stickers. Over the course, whoever can place the most stickers on other people, without getting caught, wins.
4. Blindman’s Swag: Teams are divided into partners and blindfold one. The non-blindfolded partners place a prize somewhere in the room. The non-blindfolded then have to guide their partners to the prize without any physical contact.
5. Dizzy Bat: Spin around in a circle keeping your forehead planted against the bat. After spinning around 10 times, pick up a tennis ball and the bat and attempt to hit the ball.
6. Fire Department: Pass water from the bucket down the line to the measuring cup. The team that transfers the most wins.
7. Musical Chairs: Music is turned on, and the players walk around the chairs. When the music stops the players race to sit in the available chairs. The player left standing is taken out of the game. The music is started and the walk around the chairs begins again until only one person remains.
8. Like and Dislike: Each person grabs a blank card and writes one thing they love and one thing they hate. Then, shuffle the cards and redistribute. Each player takes guesses at who wrote the card they received.
9. Guess the Picture: Everyone write the name of an object or famous person on pieces of paper and then mix them all together. Each team chooses an artist who will have one minute to pick clues and draw them on a sheet of paper so that his/her team can guess what he/she is drawing.
10. Actors: Once a person chose to be an actor. Then someone whispers a scenario in their ear. The player must act out the scenario so that others can guess what they are reacting to.
11. Freeze Dance: Participants begin dancing when the music is playing, but when the music is turned off they must freeze in place. Facilitator determines who was still moving and eliminates those participant. The last player standing wins!
12. Limbo: Two people hold opposite ends of a pole. Players take turns trying to walk under the pole by leaning backwards. If a player falls or touches the pole, he/she is out. Each round the pole gets slightly lower.
13. Red Light - Green Light: One person is appointed traffic guard takes the finish line. Others starts at the starting line. When traffic guard Says GREEN LIGHT, others will race to the finish. But, they must stop when the guard says RED LIGHT. Whoever is caught running during RED LIGHT must go back to start. Whoever crosses the finish line wins.
14. Bingo: A favorite at parties, social events and carnivals, this classic bingo game is a beloved pastime for all ages. This is a game of chance played with cards having numbered squares corresponding to numbered balls drawn at random and won by covering five such squares in a row also.
15. Treasure Hunters: One person hides items in a designated area. Then they write clues as to where each item is. The players break into teams and try to find all of the items on the list in a given time limit. Whichever team finds the most wins!
16. Cherry Pie: Facilitator place 5 cherries in front of each person. Whoever can eat all 5 cherries using only their mouths, and their hands behind their backs is the winner.
17. Pick-Up: Everyone links arms facing outward. Place a Rupees 100 to 1000 Cash in the center. Players try to get the prize while still keeping their arms linked in the circle.
18. Tokens: Everyone selects one item and places it in front of them. One at a time, they tell the group why they selected that item, how it gives them ideas or stands for something they want for the group. Each person can keep the item as a reminder.
19. Zip Zap Zop: Someone begins by pointing to another person in the circle and saying "ZIP!" That person then points to yet another person and says "ZAP!" That person points to another person and says "ZOP!" This continues, but the words must be said in order: ZIP, ZAP, ZOP. If someone makes a mistake and says a word out of order, that person is out of the game.
20. Calvinball: Want to get to have a hilarious time party? Try a game of Calvinball - with a ping pong and beach ball, a deck of cards, a couple of rackets and bats, a boomerang or hula hoop. At any time, any player can call out a change of a rule, and everyone must follow.
21. Bright Spots: Each person in turn tells his/her "bright spot." The descriptions can be very brief. All others listen and then applaud. The organizer can decide whether to invite comments after each report or not.
22. Snaps: The object is to break a secret code communicating a word to the group. It's best if at least one of the group is "in the know" to model the system while everyone else tries to figure it out. The system works by spelling out the letters of the word with a simple substitutions. Vowels are the easiest being replaced with a number of snaps relative to it's order in the alphabet. One "snap" for A, two "snaps" for E, three for I and soon.
23. Universal Number: Participants need to bring any number between one and ten back to four using this method. The goal is to figure out how the universal number works. Ask someone in the group to pick a number from the number given.
24. Charades: Charades is a hilarious icebreaker in which a person acts out a charade only for the next person in the line, who in turn acts out for the next person. The last person standing in line attempts to guess what the original clue was.
25. Speed Rabbit: Everyone stands in a circle with the leader in middle. The leader points to 1 person in the circle, and the person on either side of them needs to create the stated pose. If someone makes the wrong pose, moves when they weren't supposed to, then they are out. There are tons of these poses and you can make up your own.
26. Baby Photos: Everyone to bring in one photo of themselves as a baby, unlabeled. Display all of the photos. Each person guesses the identity of each baby. This can be at a single gathering or ongoing in casual interactions.
27. Crossword Puzzle: Using a large piece of paper, whiteboard or smart board, spontaneously come up with a crossword puzzle of everyone’s first name. The “questions” for the crossword puzzle are specific to each person.
28. Contra Dancing: Contras are folk dances in which people are in two facing lines, a circle, or a square, usually starting with one partner and often rotating to other partners.
< strong>29. Box Game:Several games can be going on simultaneously. At certain intervals, the organizer indicates that it's time to switch - each person takes another's place at a different game, mixing up the groups.
30. Comic Creations: Everyone selects a strip and fills in word-bubbles, creating original dialogues. Then pass around and read each other's creations. Fun, getting to know each other, being creative.
31. She Project: Each person receives her email and makes a piece of art during the designated evening. Participants can "play" creating their art in pairs, group gatherings, or on their own. They deliver their pieces at a designated time and place. Participants help hang the show together in a public space (e.g. library, restaurant). An opening reception with snacks is nice.
32. Word and Songs: Facilitator suggests a word, each group alternates turns singing a song that contains that word. The game continues until a team cannot think of any more songs.
33. Green Glass Door: The facilitator should start with an example, and then each person around the circle asks the facilitator if they can bring an object through the Green Glass Door. The facilitator answers yes or no. Go around the circle until most of the participants seem to have figured out the pattern. The pattern is that they can only bring things that are words with doubled letters in them.
34. Duck Duck Goose: Participants sit in a circle and one walks around the outside tapping the others on the head one at a time and announcing “duck, duck, duck” as they do so. Then, randomly, they say “goose” as they tap a participant’s head and when they do that this particular participant must stand up and try to chase them around the circle. If the original tapper gets back to their spot without being caught then the person that chased them becomes the new goose. If they do get caught then they have another go going around.
35. Pass the Balloon: Exactly as it sounds except when music stops the participant had to find a parcel hidden in the garden with a specific number on it.
36. Dress ups: A pile of dress up costumes or clothes can make for endless fun for the attendees. Things like shoes, hats, tutus, scarves – just about anything they can dress up in – all make for lots of fun and imaginary play.
37. Egg and spoon race: Lets participants to try to balance them on a spoon and see who can get to the finish line the fastest without dropping their egg!
38. Never have I ever: Participants sit in a circle with 1-2 glasses filled with cool drinks. Then, participants go around the circle and turn by turn let the people say things that they have never done. The game is one of the classics and very popular among the party goers. Play it with group of your friends or at any party, it will sure to please everyone.
39. Bite the Bag: This is one funny and Hilarious game and is the opposite of the traditional limbo game. Players place their hands behind their backs and take turns reaching down to pick up a brown paper sack with nothing but their mouth.
40. Ring Hunt: Participants need to find the hidden plastic rings all throughout the party. Whoever finds the most rings, wins!
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