Light as a feather, stiff as a board... Did you ever play that game as a teenager? Did you ask questions from the Ouija board, or try to tell your fortune with tarot cards? Some of these things aren't games at all, but are part of some people's faith, but divination is especially powerful around this time of year, particularly on Samhain, or Halloween, when the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead is considered to be the thinnest.
Today teens seem to make up more dangerous scary games that put them in peril, and while we won't advocate any of those, we know there are plenty of creepy games to enjoy, from Clue to tabletop games like Arkham Horror and Betrayal at House on the Hill. Some of these are only good for older teens, but Werewolf is one that my 13-year-old really enjoys with friends, and while some teens may not be old enough or ready to see It, they could probably play the It version of Clue.
What kinds of creepy games do you like to play at this time of year? Share them in the chat!