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What are some good ideas to go along with a survivor/fear factor Halloween game?

I am planning a Halloween party. (Hey, never to early to start. LOL) And I wanted to do some differnt things this year. So my friend and I thought it would be something fun to kinda do a Survivor/Fear Factor Halloween game. This is an adult only party, so we figured the more we all drank, the funner the game would be. I need lots of lil game type ideas. Here is what we have so far….

1) Pumpkin Guts: Hollow out pumpkins and place the guts in a large bowl. Object: Each team has to place all the guts back into the pumpkin, using only their mouths.

2) Puzzle Hunt: Make a puzzle on cardboard. Cut out in a few large pieces. Hide somwhere? Each team must find and assemble their puzzle first to win.

3) Apple Bobbing: Which ever team can get the most apples in the time limit, wins.

4) "Pumpkin" Body Walk: Hollow out an egg with a pin prick leaving just the hollowed empty shell. Paint/dye orange and paint a face on it with black marker to look like jack o’ lantern. Teams must use only their bodies to get to finish line with out breaking…NO HANDS. If the egg breaks or falls, they must start back at starting line. First team finished, wins.

5) Hidden Key….Cut out key shapes from cardboard. Cut out lock shapes from cardboard. Color cordinate a couple differnt sets each…IE purple lock, purple key, black lock, black key. Make some keys and locks smaller than others, some large. Each team member holds one of the locks. The keys are places in a giant bucket of "something, sand maybe?WHAT? LOL". Once the leader of that team finds thier key, they are free to help search for the rest. First team to "unlock" all their members is the winner.

Do you have any ideas for some more games or stunts?

2 Responses to What are some good ideas to go along with a survivor/fear factor Halloween game?

  • Devane says:

    Ok, I have a variation for the hidden key game. Instead of cardboard use real locks and real keys. You can get them real cheap at like the dollar tree stores and everythings a dollar. they are cheap and you prolly would never use them to lock up valuables but for this they would be perfect. Now instead of sand how about a thing full of soil with worms in it. You can get them at a fish tackle place or crickets. Now I know not everyone would be willing to do this but you said teams, so one person from each team would have to bite the bullet.

  • Sarah P says:

    You are off to a great start and I am short on time.

    But here are 30 – 40 games so maybe one will work for you.
    http://partygameideas.com/halloween-games/games-list.php

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