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Im throwing a halloween party and i need some ideas for games!?

We already have three games: bobbing for apples, suck and blow, and another game I created.
So we have about 21 people coming ages 17, 18, and 19. Were doing a team thing where we’ll have three teams of 7 and each game has to be about racing the other team, like in bobbing for apples we bought three buckets and each team will line up behind it and see who can be the first team to get all of the apples out. But we need more games!

Im really stuck, I want it to be really fun! HELP!

6 Responses to Im throwing a halloween party and i need some ideas for games!?

  • Shelby says:

    Be sure to check out KidActivities.net Halloween Game Category! There are 80 game ideas
    http://www.kidactivities.net/category/Holidays-Halloween-Games.aspx (in directions the word ‘child’ is used. Most games can be adapted to any age though!)
    Some are:

    This one is fun!
    Give each person a plate with three gummy worms covered in whipped cream, and a cup.
    The first person to find the gummy worms with their mouths and get them into their cup is the winner! No Hands used!!!

    Two brooms
    An obstacle course (chairs and simple objects set up)
    On the word start, the first person of each team "sweeps" a ball around the obstacles and come back to their team line.
    The first team to finish wins.

    MUMMY WRAP Contest!
    Dived players into teams of three.
    Choose one person from each team to be a "mummy". The other 2 are the mummy wrappers.
    Have the mummy stand with their hands and at their sides and their feet together.
    At the signal, all wrappers wrap their mummy from head to foot (Leaving room to breathe of course)
    No clothing can show when the wrapping is done.
    Although the toilet paper will tear from the roll, teams must continue wrapping.
    Be sure to have a camera ready!!!

    Object of Game: Roll a pumpkin closest to the big pumpkin. You need a large pumpkin. Also purchase several miniature or round sugar pumpkins. To play: Place the big, carved out (Or NOT carved out) pumpkin several feet away. Give each player a small pumpkin. Each player rolls (No tossing or throwing) their pumpkin and tries to be the closest to the big pumpkin. The player closest wins …

    Designate a starting line and a finish line. Set out a bowl full of candy corn for each player at the starting line and an empty bowl at the finish line. The players must use a large spoon to scoop candy corn out of the full bowl and then carry it to the empty bowl and fill it. They cannot spill any candy corn or use their hands! If any candy corn falls off the spoon, they must immediately pick it up and bring it back to the starting line bowl and start over with that scoopful.

    Line up into 2 teams.
    The first person passes the pumpkin OVER his/her head to the next person in line.
    The next person passes the pumpkin UNDER his/her legs to the next person, and so on.
    When you get to the end of the line the last person runs up to the front and starts it all over again.
    Whoever has the first person that was in line at the beginning of the game— in the back of the line WINS.

    If you’d alsol like a few creepy-crawlie snack ideas– look at http://www.kidactivities.net/category/Holidays-Halloween-Snacks.aspx
    Making something like ‘Wormy’ ice-cubes adds to the fun 🙂

  • Bonnie Purcell says:

    twister and soda pong(LIKE BEER PONG ONLY NO BEER)
    hope this helps

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  • Daydreamer says:

    You don’t really need any games for your age, you just need a big room somewhere, some cool differ colored lights, and a volunteer DJ that comes with the equipment. Also don’t forget snacks, all you need is candy, brownies etc.

  • Blessed1 says:

    Halloween Movie Master Game- Test their knowledge of horror movies, the team who answers the most questions correct & fastest is your winner.

    Operation Body Parts- Have the teams searching for gross body parts (severed plastic body parts) tha tyou have scattered around the house/yard.

    Halloween costume scavenger hunt
    Send your guest out on search for certian costumes. The funniest, the scariest, a maternity costume, etc..

    Halloween Video scavenger hunt
    Video scavenger hunt challenges guests to find information, do crazy things and get it all on tape. Just don’t do anything illegal and don’t post it on the web!

    Halloween Camera Scavenger hunt
    Groups go out in costume to collect photos of themselves, strangers and locations in this wacky Halloween digital camera scavenger hunt.

    Halloween treasure hunt
    One of our visitors laid out a variety of clues for a Halloween treasure hunt and all you need to do is modify the clues, create a map and hide the treasure!

    Halloween Trick Or treat Fear Factor
    Looking for a game that guests will repsond by saying "cool", "gross", "you’re gonna eat that" and "I think I might be sick," well this gross Fear Factor type game makes Trick or Treating look like childs play and will challenge even the strongest stomachs.

    Cream Pie Eating Contest

    Costume Contest

    Fortune Teller
    Have someone dress as a fortune teller wearing a bandana, colorful clothes and jewelry add a table in a poorly lit room and a crystal ball.If you don’t have the crystal ball you can use a garden ornament, ball or balloon under a scarf. Have guest ask questions for the fortune teller.

    Use a plastic pumpkin or container to hold slips of paper with one Halloween word on each slip of paper. For example: pumpkin, costume, jack-0-lantern, candy, spooky and any others. You will need a chalkboard or a large pad of paper to draw on. Divide into two teams. A player from the first team starts by picking a slip of paper from the pumpkin. They use the chalkboard to draw items related to the word, but you can’t write the word. Team 2 tries to guess the word. Set a 2 minute time limit, than switch teams. Rotate until everyone has a chance to draw. Keep score, or just play for the fun of it.

    Dart Toss
    This is an all time favorite, but make sure your guests are old enough to play safely. One person stands in front and throws 3 darts at a large piece of plywood that has balloons with surprises in them tacked to the plywood. Inside the balloons you can place gifts like coins, gag gifts or nothing at all. You can stick in small gifts, candy, coins and a grand prize written on a piece of paper in a balloon. Some balloons can just say "boo". After 3 shots whether you hit or miss, it’s now the next persons turn.

    The group is divided into groups. One person is the mummy, and the others are the wrapper. The wrapper is given a roll of toilet paper to wrap their mummy. The object of the game is to be the first person to wrap the mummy with all the toilet paper. On the word "go" each team then wraps the other person with toilet paper (adults be sure kid’s do not cover their mouth, nose, or eyes!). Stick hands out in front so that hands do not get wrapped to the bodies. I then have the people carefully unwrap each other, and play again, using the same toilet paper.It’s really fun.

    Scary Stories:
    Tell a chilling tale or two. Nothing gets you in a halloween mood more than this. And guess what? We have a lot of scary stories right here on this web site. Visit stories and print out some of the stories before your party.
    Sit around in a circle in a dark room, give the reader a flashlight. Don’t use candles, they can be dangerous.

    Pumpkin Relay race
    racing with mini pumpkins tucked under their chins.

    Dance contest

    Mega-Twister is great for getting up close and personal. Duct-tape a whole bunch of twister mats together to make one huge mat and play like normal. You can add your own body parts, like change out "butt" for right foot or "lips" for left hand.

    Karaoke can be fun.

    Truth or Dare, Never have I ever

    Murder Mystery – Just who is the Halloween slayer? Buy a shop bought murder mystery game, play Clue or just make up your own mystery.

    midnight hide & seek

  • Rus J says:

    Saw these games here http://partygameideas.com/halloween-games/games-by-age.php, plus they have more with instructions

    Capture the Pumpkins – Kids, Teens and Adults, open space and fields, active – running
    Eat Your Brains – Tweens, Teens, Adults, gross, food eating, messy game
    Gross Food Guess – Kids and Adults, food
    Halloween Fear Factor Trick or Treat – Teens & Adults, gross, eating, messy
    Halloween Film Festival – Teens & Adults, creative, preparation, make video
    Monster Movie Trivia – Teens & Adults, adapt for age, challenge, trivia
    The Morgue Assistant – Kids 9 and up, Teens, challenge, gross, messy
    Murder Mysteries – Halloween themed for teens, all girls mysteries available
    Operation Body Parts – Teens and Adults, messy, gross, teams, competitive

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