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    • Party game

    • Party games are games that are played at social gatherings to facilitate interaction and provide entertainment and recreation. Categories include (explicit) icebreaker, parlour (indoor), picnic (outdoor), and large group games. Other types include pairing off (partnered) games, and parlour races. Different games will g ... Read »


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    • 25 Words or Less

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    • 25 Words or Less

      25 Words or Less is a party board game where two teams of players take turns bidding words back and forth, until one team allows the other to try to give that number of clues to their team to try getting five words from a card in only one minute. It was first published by Winning Moves Games USA in 1996 and was republi ... Read »


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    • 1000 Blank White Cards

    • 1000 Blank White Cards

      1000 Blank White Cards is a party game played with cards in which the deck is created as part of the game. Though it has been played by adults in organized groups worldwide, 1000 Blank White Cards is also described as well-suited for children in Hoyle's Rules of Games. Since any game rules are contained on the cards (r ... Read »


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    • Alias (board game)

    • Alias is a board game, where the objective of the players is to explain words to each other. Hence, Alias is similar to Taboo, but the only forbidden word in the explanations is the word to be explained. The game is played in teams of varying size, and fits well as a party game for larger crowds. The game is very compe ... Read »


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    • Apple bobbing

    • Apple bobbing, also known as bobbing for apples, is a game often played on Halloween. The game is played by filling a tub or a large basin with water and putting apples in the water. Because apples are less dense than water, they will float at the surface. Players (usually children) then try to catch one with their tee ... Read »


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    • Apples to Apples

    • Apples to Apples

      Apples to Apples is a party game originally published by Out of the Box Publishing, and now published by Mattel. The object of the game is to win the most rounds by playing a "red apple" card (which generally features a noun) from one's hand to best "match" that round's communal "green apple" card (which contains an ad ... Read »


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    • Assassin (game)

    • Assassin (also Gotcha, Assassins, Killing As Organized Sport, Juggernaut, Battle Royal, Paranoia, Killer, Guru Girl, Spy vs. Spy, Elimination or Circle of Death) is a live-action game in which players try to eliminate one another using mock weapons, in an effort to become the last surviving player. Assassin is particu ... Read »


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    • Bang! (drama game)

    • Bang! (also known as Squirt amongst other variants) is a drama game, in which players stand in a circle and shoot each other with imaginary guns. The objectives of the game include enhancing concentration skills and reaction time as well as helping groups of people remember each other's names. The workshop leader/dir ... Read »


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    • Bat a rat

    • Bat a rat (also known as "splat-the-rat") is a simple and cheaply constructed party game or stall at a fête or similar community event. The game is centred on a large wooden board stood up on end, upon which an open-ended metal or plastic or section of drainpipe has been mounted vertically. The stallholder introduc ... Read »


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    • Big Taboo

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      Publisher(s) Winning Moves Players 4 or more (on teams) Age range 12 + Setup time 5 minutes Playing time
    • Big Taboo

      Big Taboo is a variation on the classic board game Taboo. The game has added elements similar to games like Pictionary, Charades, and 25 Words or Less to create a fun party game with a little bit of everything. It was published by Winning Moves Games USA in 2008 and is no longer in production. The game starts by the p ... Read »


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    • Bounden

    • Bounden is an indie dancing video game developed by Dutch developer Game Oven in collaboration with the Dutch National Ballet. It was released worldwide on iOS on 21 May 2014, and on Android on 3 July 2014. Bounden guides two players to dance using a single phone. The game features a sphere that rotates using the ... Read »


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    • Bulleribock

    • Bulleribock or bulleri bock is a Swedish children's guessing game for two people. The game is played as follows: person A turns his back to person B, who taps both hands rhythmically on A's back while saying a rhythmic, rhymed chant: Bulleri, bulleri bock, hur mÃ¥nga horn stÃ¥r opp? (lit. bulleri, bulleri billy go ... Read »


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    • Cakewalk (carnival game)

    • Cakewalk (or cake-walk) is a game played at carnivals, funfairs, and fundraising events. It is similar to a raffle and musical chairs. Numbered squares are laid out on a path. Tickets are sold to participants, with the number of squares in the path equal to the maximum number of tickets sold. The participants walk aro ... Read »


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    • Cards Against Humanity

    • Cards Against Humanity

      Cards Against Humanity is a party game in which players complete fill-in-the-blank statements using words or phrases typically deemed as offensive, risqué or politically incorrect printed on playing cards. The game is available as a free download that players can print to create their own cards, and also available t ... Read »


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    • Carnelli

    • Carnelli

      Carnelli is a parlor game created by Jan Carnell, a member of the Metropolitan Washington chapter of Mensa. This game has been popular at Mensa gatherings for years, and has turned up at science fiction conventions as well. It can be called a "title association" game, like "word association" only using titles, such as ... Read »


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    • Catch Phrase (game)

    • Catch Phrase is a word guessing party game commercially available from Hasbro. Initially, the game consisted of a timer and a plastic disc that displayed one word at a time. Later, stand-alone electronic devices with built-in random lists of word phrases were made available. The game is played in two teams. The g ... Read »


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    • Charades

    • Charades (UK /ʃəˈrɑːdz/, US /ʃəˈreɪdz/) is a parlor or party word guessing game. Originally, the game was a dramatic form of literary charades: a single person would act out each syllable of a word or phrase in order, followed by the whole phrase together, while the rest of the group guessed. ... Read »


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    • Chinese whispers

    • Chinese whispers—or telephone in the United States—is an internationally popular game, in which one person whispers a message to the ear of the next person through a line of people until the last player announces the message to the entire group. Although the objective is to pass around the message without it ... Read »


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    • The Clinic (game)

    • The Clinic is a psychological quiz game based on celebrity and popular culture, ideally for use as a party game. It was developed by Winning Moves UK in 2008. The Clinic's gameplay is similar to psychological profile quizzes found in magazines, where players answer a series of multiple choice questions and eventually ... Read »


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    • A Cold Wind Blows (game)

    • A Cold Wind Blows is a noncompetitive substitute for the game of musical chairs. It was developed in the 1970s as part of the New Games movement, developed by Andrew Fluegelman and colleagues. The game of musical chairs is often played by children at parties. A Cold Wind Blows is a fairly similar game, and is expl ... Read »


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    • Consequences (game)

    • Consequences is an old parlour game in a similar vein to the Surrealist game exquisite corpse and Mad Libs. Each person takes a turn writing a word or phrase forming part of a set structure in order to build a story. The exact sequence varies, but a typical sequence is: Then the story is read (for example): Mediocre ... Read »


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    • The Contender: The Game of Presidential Debate

    • The Contender: The Game of Presidential Debate is a United States presidential election debate-themed party game using cards. The objective of the game is to use Argument Cards to win a mock presidential debate between other potential candidates. Players take turns debating an issue drawn from a deck of Topic Cards usi ... Read »


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    • Couch of Power

    • Couch of Power is a group game of strategy and memory in which two teams shuffle seats until one team controls every seat on the couch and wins. It is sometimes known as "Parliament" or "Four on the Couch". The game is won by the team who fills the couch with their own players. Divide the players into two teams. ... Read »


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    • Cranium Whoonu

    • Cranium Whoonu

      Cranium Whoonu is a party game manufactured by Cranium, Inc. Whoonu is billed as "the fun-filled 'what's your favorite thing?' game". There are different combinations for the number of tokens needed depending on how many people are playing. If there are three participants, use tokens 1 to 4 in stacks of three. If th ... Read »


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    • Dizzy bat

    • Dizzy bat (also known as Louisville chugger, D-bat, and The Spins) is a registered trademark of the company producing bats for the drinking game it got its name from. Dizzy bat is a game in which the participant chugs a full beer out of the holding end of a Wiffle ball bat. While the person is chugging, the surrounding ... Read »


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    • Fictionary

    • Fictionary, also known as The Dictionary Game or simply Dictionary, is a word game in which players guess the definition of an obscure word. Each round consists of one player selecting and announcing a word from the dictionary, and other players composing a fake definition for it. The definitions are collected by the s ... Read »


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    • Fishbowl (conversation)

    • A fishbowl conversation is a form of dialog that can be used when discussing topics within large groups. Fishbowl conversations are sometimes also used in participatory events such as Unconferences. The advantage of Fishbowl is that it allows the entire group to participate in a conversation. Several people can join th ... Read »


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    • Fruit Basket Turnover

    • Fruit Basket Turnover or Fruit Basket Upset, also known as Fruit Salad, Fruit Bowl, Fruits Basket [sic] and others is a children's game. Fruit Basket usually refers to a variation in which each fruit is ostensibly associated with only one player, and the player in the centre must call two fruit names. The game i ... Read »


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    • Graveyard (game)

    • Graveyard is a game most commonly played by children on the playground, or at parties. It is often initiated by one or more persons with prior knowledge of the rules, and is usually played with several others who are unaware of them. The game is very simple, and is most commonly used only as a means to select one of th ... Read »


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    • Haggle (game)

    • Haggle is a party game designed by Sid Sackson and intended for a large number of players. It is rather complex and involved compared to many party games and, as a result, is often played only at gatherings of people who are known to enjoy gaming at other times. At the start of the game, each player receives a secret, ... Read »


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    • Havok & Hijinks


    • Hot lava (game)

    • Hot lava (or the floor is lava) is a game, usually played by children, in which the players imagine that the floor or ground is made of lava (or any other lethal substance, such as acid or quicksand), and thus avoid touching the ground lest they get burned or otherwise injured. The players stay off of the floor by stan ... Read »


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    • Hot potato (game)

    • Hot potato is a party game that involves players gathering in a circle and tossing a small object such as a beanbag or tennis ball to each other while music plays. The player who is holding the "hot potato" is out when the music stops. Play continues until only one player is left. The game is designed to be fast-paced ... Read »


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    • Hunt the Thimble

    • Hunt the Thimble (also known as Hide the Thimble) is a party game in which all but one partygoer leaves the room. The person remaining in the room hides a thimble, or other small object, somewhere in the room. When everyone comes back in, they must locate the hidden object. Variations in which only one person leaves t ... Read »


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    • Jenga

    • Jenga

      Jenga is a game of physical skill created by Leslie Scott, and currently marketed by Parker Brothers, a division of Hasbro. Players take turns removing one block at a time from a tower constructed of 54 blocks. Each block removed is then placed on top of the tower, creating a progressively taller structure. The name j ... Read »


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    • Jungle Speed

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      Jungle Speed is a card game created by Thomas Vuarchex and Pierric Yakovenko in 1991. First self-published and now published by Asmodee Editions, it is played with non-standard playing cards. An expansion and all-in set have been published, making the game even more challenging. The game revolves around matching c ... Read »


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    • Karaoke

    • Karaoke (カラオケ?, clipped compound of Japanese kara 空 "empty" and ōkesutora オーケストラ "orchestra") /ˌkæriˈoʊki/ or /ˌkærəˈoʊki/ Japanese: [kaɽaoke], is a form of interactive entertainment or video game in which an amateur singer sings ... Read »


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    • Knock Down Barns

    • Knock Down Barns is a game of physical and mental skill created by Greg Burhop and marketed by Emerald Den Games. During the game, players take turns flicking a small foam marshmallow at a wooden structure (a "barn") erected by their opponent. The game is won by knocking the pieces of an opponent's barn off the board ... Read »


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    • La vache qui tache

    • La vache qui tache (English: "the cow who stains") is a party game that originated in France. The only prop required is a cork with one end of which has been blackened by a candle flame. Assign each player a number. Player one calls out "Je suis la vache qui tache sans taches numéro 1 et j'appelle la vache sans tac ... Read »


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    • Leading ladies (game)

    • Leading ladies is a party game in which each participant is tagged with a famous actress on their back. Over the course of the party, the participant must ask fellow guests "yes or no" questions until they figure out who they are. The game was prominently featured in a Season 3 episode of the TV series Six Feet Under ... Read »


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    • Level-coil

    • Level-coil or pitch-buttock is an old party game played at Christmas in which players have to forfeit their seat to another, often in a boisterous manner. The name is a corruption of its French name lève-cul, meaning to lift the . ... Read »


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    • Lexiko

    • Lexiko was a word game invented by Alfred Butts. It was a precursor of Scrabble. The name comes from the Greek lexicos, meaning of "words." Lexiko was played with a set of 100 square cardboard tiles, with the same letter distribution later used by Scrabble (see scrabble letter distributions), but no board. Players dre ... Read »


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    • Light as a feather, stiff as a board

    • Light as a feather, stiff as a board, sometimes known as pig in a blanket, stiff as a board, is a game played by children at slumber parties. The phrase has also become established in popular culture as a reference to a levitation trick, and has been referred to in various media accounts. In performing magic this effec ... Read »


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    • Limbo (dance)

    • Limbo is a traditional popular dance contest that originated on the island of Trinidad. The dance originated as an event that took place at wakes in Trinidad and Tobago, and was popularized by dance pioneer Julia Edwards (known as the First Lady of Limbo) and her company which appeared in several films, in particular F ... Read »


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    • List of drinking games

    • This is a list of drinking games. Drinking games involve the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Evidence of the existence of drinking games dates back to antiquity. They have been banned at some institutions, particularly colleges and universities. An individual playing Wizard Staff ... Read »


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    • List of party video games

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    • Luck of the Draw (board game)

    • Basically lori wins. Luck of the Draw includes: The objective is to collect the most category cards. Gameplay consists of a drawing phase and a voting phase. One player selects a Subject card from the Subject box. Another player rolls the die and inverts the sand timer. Then all players have 45 seconds to draw ... Read »


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    • Milk chugging

    • Milk chugging, or the gallon challenge, is the process of consuming a large amount of milk within a set period of time. Although there are variations in procedure, the general parameters are that a person is given 60 minutes to drink one US gallon (3.8 l; 0.8 imp gal) of whole milk without vomiting. A gallon m ... Read »


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    • MindTrap

    • MindTrap is a series of lateral thinking puzzle games played by two individuals or teams. Invented in Canada, it is the main product of MindTrap Games, Inc., who license the game for manufacture by various companies including Outset Media, Blue Opal, the Great American Puzzle Factory, Pressman Toy Corporation, Spears G ... Read »


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    • Murder mystery game

    • Murder mystery games are generally party games wherein one of the partygoers is secretly, and unknowingly, playing a murderer, and the other attendees must determine who among them is the criminal. This may involve the actual 'murders' of guests throughout the game, or may open with a 'death' and have the rest of the t ... Read »


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    • Musical chairs

    • Musical chairs

      Musical chairs is a game of elimination involving players, chairs, and music, with one fewer chair than players. When the music stops whichever player fails to land on a chair is eliminated, with a chair then being removed and the process repeated until only one player remains. It is also a metaphor for pointless shuf ... Read »


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    • Party Golf

    • Party Golf is a realtime, multiplayer golf game, developed by Australian game developer Giant Margarita. The game is a multiplayer twist on the popular golf video game genre. The aim is for players to race to the hole, and attempt to be first to sink their ball. The core rules of the game can be customized to allow a v ... Read »


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    • The Perfect Present

    • The Perfect Present

      The Perfect Present is a party game about giving and receiving both realistic and imaginary gifts. Each of the over 750 cards is a unique gift that people may desire in life. The gifts range from materialistic (a hot tub, a personal servant) to aspirational (be president, be fluent in all languages) to selfless (world ... Read »


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    • Picture consequences

    • Picture consequences is a circle game in which a group of people cooperatively draw a person. It takes about 20 minutes to play. It was played by the Surrealists, where it was known as exquisite corpse, although that name also described other games. The person is drawn in portions, with the paper folded after each port ... Read »


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    • Pin the tail on the donkey

    • Pin the tail on the donkey is a game played by groups of children. The earliest version listed in a catalog of American games compiled by the American Game Collectors Association in 1998, is dated 1899, and attributed to Charles Zimmerling. It is common at birthday parties and other gatherings. A picture of a donkey w ... Read »


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    • Point of Law

    • The 3M bookshelf game series was a set of classic and proprietary strategy and economic games published in the 1960s and early 1970s by 3M corporation. The games were packaged in leatherette-look large hardback book size boxes in contrast to the prevalent wide flat game boxes. The series grew to encompass almost three ... Read »


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    • Poor Pussy

    • Poor Pussy is an old party game played by children and adults often in Drama classes or at parties. As it is described: A variation of this game involves the exchange: Person: "Honey, I love you, give me a smile." Guest: "Honey, you know I love you, but I just can't smile." ... Read »


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    • Powerpoint-Karaoke

    • PowerPoint Karaoke, also known as Battledecks or Battle Decks, is an improvisational activity in which a participant must deliver a presentation based on a set of slides that they have never seen before. Its name is derived from Microsoft PowerPoint, a popular presentation software, and karaoke, an activity in which a ... Read »


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    • The Priest of the Parish

    • The Priest of the Parish is a party game for 50-150 people and one chair for each person. The chairs are arranged in rows of equal numbers (for example, ten rows of five), half of them facing the other. Each row of chairs is given a number from one to ten. The players get into teams of five and each team sits in one of ... Read »


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    • Psychiatrist (game)

    • Psychiatrist (also known as Psycho) is a party game in which all but one player takes the role of a patient suffering from the same affliction, and the remaining player is a psychiatrist who must diagnose them with a series of indirect questions. The players sit in a circle, with one player sitting in the middle of th ... Read »


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    • Questions (game)

    • Questions is a game that is played by participants maintaining a dialogue of asking questions back and forth for as long as possible, without making any declarative statements. Play begins when the first player serves by asking a question (often "Would you like to play questions?"). The second player must respond to th ... Read »


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    • The Resistance (game)

    • The Resistance

      The Resistance is a game where players attempt to deduce one another's identities. The setting of the game is an imagined battle between a resistance group trying to overthrow the malignant government and the government spies infiltrating the resistance group. It is similar in structure to party games such as Mafia and ... Read »


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    • Saltine cracker challenge

    • The saltine cracker challenge or saltine challenge is a food challenge or competition in which a person has 60 seconds in which to eat six saltine soda crackers without drinking anything. Although the challenge may sound trivial, it is actually very difficult because the crackers quickly exhaust the saliva in the mout ... Read »


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    • Scissors (game)

    • Scissors is a party game in which the rules of game are hidden from some of the players. Players will sit in a circle and pass a pair of scissors to the player to the left of them. The scissors may be passed open or closed, depending on a rule which is known only to one or two players. As each player passes the scissor ... Read »


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    • Secret Hitler

    • Secret Hitler is a hidden identity party game where players take on the role of liberals and fascists in the Reichstag of 1930s Weimar Germany. The liberals must successfully pass liberal policies while preventing the fascists from enacting a specified number of fascist policies or electing Adolf Hitler as Chancellor a ... Read »


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    • Seven minutes in heaven

    • Seven minutes in heaven is a teenagers' party game first recorded as being played in Cincinnati in the early 1950s. Two people are selected to go into a closet or other dark enclosed space and do whatever they like for seven minutes. It is common for the participants to kiss, make out, have sex, etc., but participants ... Read »


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    • Silent Football

    • Silent Football is a group game composed of three major elements: Football, the Quiet Game, and Parliamentary procedure, consisting mainly of the passing of an imaginary football. Silent Football requires little set up: only a quiet space with room enough for three or more players to form a circle, allowing each player ... Read »


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    • Snap-dragon (game)

    • Snap-dragon (also known as Flap-dragon, Snapdragon, or Flapdragon) was a parlour game popular from about the 16th century. It was played during the winter, particularly on Christmas Eve. Brandy was heated and placed in a wide shallow bowl; raisins were placed in the brandy which was then set alight. Typically, lights w ... Read »


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    • Spin the bottle

    • Spin the bottle is a party game in which several players sit/stand/kneel in a circle. A bottle is placed on the floor in the center of the circle. A player spins the bottle, and must kiss the person to whom the bottle points when it stops spinning. It is popular among teenagers. There are a very large number of variant ... Read »


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    • Spoons

    • Spoons

      Spoons, also known as Pig or Tongue, is a fast-paced game of matching and occasional bluffing. It is played with an ordinary pack of playing cards and several ordinary kitchen spoons or other objects. Spoons is played in multiple rounds, and each player's objective is to grab a spoon. No spoon may be grabbed until one ... Read »


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    • Squeak Piggy Squeak

    • Squeak Piggy Squeak is a parlour game that is sometimes called Grunt Piggy Grunt, Oink Piggy Oink. It is a variation of Blind Man's Bluff and was popular in the Victorian era. To play the game, one player is chosen to be the "farmer"; the others are the piggies. The farmer is blindfolded and holds a pillow. All other ... Read »


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    • Stool of Repentance (game)

    • Stool of Repentance (also called "Accusations") is a parlour game for children and adults. The players sit in a circle around a stool. One of the group (the "victim") leaves the room, and the rest say or write all sorts of things about him or her. For instance, one will say he or she is handsome, another that he or sh ... Read »


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    • Strip game

    • A strip game is a party game, usually involving more than one player, where a player is required to remove clothes when they lose a card hand, points in a game, or otherwise fail to come out ahead. Most board games, card games, sports, or other games, can be adopted to create a stripping variant. A classic example is s ... Read »


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    • Strip poker

    • Strip poker

      Strip poker is a party game and a variation of the traditional poker where players remove clothing when they lose a round. Any form of poker can be adapted to a strip form; however, it is usually played with simple variants with few betting rounds, like five-card draw. Strip poker can be played by single-sex groups or ... Read »


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    • Taboo (game)

    • Taboo

      Taboo is a word, guessing, and party game published by Parker Brothers in 1989 (subsequently purchased by Hasbro). The objective of the game is for a player to have their partners guess the word on the player's card without using the word itself or five additional words listed on the card. The game is similar to Catch ... Read »


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    • TerraDrive Live

    • TerraDrive Live, created by Tony Hellmann and Christian Kelley, published by Technomancer Press is a heavily modified form of Assassin which includes Collectible Card Game elements. TerraDrive Live is the first Massively Multiplayer Live Action Role Playing Game.It is set in the TerraDrive Universe, based on TerraDrive ... Read »


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    • Trumped Up Cards

    • Trumped Up Cards is a party game developed by Reid Hoffman to poke fun at presidential candidate Donald Trump. It was modeled after the popular Cards Against Humanity card game and sold online. The game was featured on an episode of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in which Hoffman was a guest. The game has also been co ... Read »


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    • Twenty Questions

    • Twenty Questions is a spoken parlor game which encourages deductive reasoning and creativity. It originated in the United States and was played widely in the 19th century. It escalated in popularity during the late 1940s when it became the format for a successful weekly radio quiz program. In the traditional game, one ... Read »


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    • The Ungame

    • The Ungame is a non-competitive learning/communication board game created by Rhea Zakich in 1972. It is a game of conversation which "fosters listening skills as well as self-expression". Rhea Zakich, then a young mother from Garden Grove, California, was forced not to speak for months after her doctor found polyp ... Read »


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    • Up Jenkins

    • Up Jenkins, also known by the shortened name Jenkins, is a party game in which players conceal a small coin (or ring, button, etc.) in their palm as they slap it on a table with their bare hands. The goal of the game is for the players on the team without the coin to correctly identify which hand the coin is under. The ... Read »


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    • Wink murder

    • Wink Murder is a party game or parlour game in which a secretly-selected player is able to "kill" others by winking at them, while the surviving players try to identify the killer. The game is also variously known as Killer, Murder in the Dark, Lonely Ghost and Killer Killer. The practical minimum number of players is ... Read »


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    • Would you rather

    • "Would you rather" is a conversation or party game that poses a dilemma in the form of a question beginning with "would you rather". The dilemma can be between two supposedly good options, such as, "Would you rather have the power of flight or the power of invisibility?", or it can be between two supposedly bad options ... Read »


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    • Zip (game)

    • Zip, sometimes known as "Zip Zap Boing" or "Zip Zap Zop" is a game often used as a theatre preparation exercise and sometimes as an elimination game. The rules of this game have many variations. The most basic form of the game involves a circle of people sending a "clap" or "impulse" or "ball of energy" to each other ... Read »


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    • Zip and bong

    • Zip and bong (also known as zip bong, zip 'n' bong, or zip zip bong) is a car or party group-dynamic game which requires little skill and no accessories. Surfacing around the turn of the 21st century, it is widespread throughout the United States, with documented practice on the East and West Coasts and in the Midwest ... Read »


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    • Zoom Schwartz Profigliano

    • Zoom Schwartz Profigliano, also known as figliano, is a verbal "tag" drinking game with many variations. One player at a time is active ("it"). The active player states a command from a predefined set of words, which typically include "zoom," "schwartz," and "profigliano." The command shifts active status to another pl ... Read »


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