Travel games are usually thought to be diversions to keep kids from complaining during road trips, but grown-ups certainly need them, too. When we're in the car for lengthy periods of time, we play a bunch of made-up games without equipment required. We'll play a musician game, where you have to name a musician based on the last letter of the last person's musician (Steven Tyler is followed by Travis Tritt, for example). We'll also do a movie quotes game where one person chooses a quote and the other has to guess the film it's from.
Cards Against Humanity is the awesome politically incorrect game that started the craze for party games that are suggestive, inappropriate and downright hilarious. It's not a game you play with your boss (unless your boss is insanely cool), but it is a game that you can play to crack up and totally release all of your stress from the week. In short, it's THE game to play when you want to forget the world and just laugh for a while.
Lots of game lovers enjoy trying out new games, but don't want to spend the $30+ it takes to acquire a good new game. A solution has come in the form of the gaming cafe. These are springing up all across the country, giving people the opportunity to not only try out new games but to go out as a family, with friends or for a date. Many of these cafes also have treats to eat and drinks to enjoy, so you can spend as much time as you like while you eat and play! It's like a Chuck E. Cheese for board game lovers.
Do you enjoy parties or game nights with other couples? If so, you may want to try one of the party games over at Dating Divas! They have a bunch of great games you can print for free and share with other couples.
There are the kinds of games you might expect, like scavenger hunts, but there are other fun twists on couples' games, too. There are couples' Bunco, Minute to Win It, Fear Factor and many more. There are also some games you have to pay for that include even more detailed printables.
If you’re planning a Christmas party, you may be way behind the curve. Many people who want to throw a Christmas party have already sent out invitations and received RSVPs. While many parties are planned right up to and including Christmas Eve, most begin the first week of December and continue through the weekend prior to Christmas.
When you are planning a party, games might be one of the activities you are planning for the event. Games are great for people of all ages, but it is always important to choose games that are age-appropriate. For example, the games you will choose at a child’s birthday party will be different from the games you will choose for a bachelorette party. The nice part about games is that there are games for every age group. Senior citizens even play games at various events, such as Bingo.
I don’t know about you but I’m spending the rest of this year planning my party schedule for next year. I refuse to get bogged down in the quicksand of depression regarding the dismal economic outlook for the New Year. To that end, I vow to have all my party planning organized, planned and budgeted for the entire year. I have even begun to compile a tentative guest list for each affair. I believe my friends and I will both deserve and need the mental relief provided by some enjoyable and friendly get-togethers.
You can never have enough icebreaker games. Icebreakers are great for all types of parties and gatherings, and it doesn’t matter if there are a few people or a lot of people. They are great games to get people to open up and to feel more comfortable.
Party games are fun for all ages. Here are two games that you might enjoy. The first game is better for adults, but it is also fun for teenage groups of kids. The second game is more fun for children; however, many adults also enjoy this game.