Games by Age Whether you’re young or simply young at heart, everyone enjoys a group game. Here are instructions, sorted by age.Games for All Ages (Kids, Teens, College, Adult) Amoeba (A) Autograph Bingo (I) Banana Pass (A) Big Wind Blows (I) Blanket Name Game (I) Bowl Game (S) Capture the Flag (A) Celebrity Game (S) Celebrity ID Game (I) Chubby Bunny (A) Commonalities and Uniquities (T) Couch Game (S) Dragon Tag (A) Drip, Drip, Drop (A) First Impressions Game (I) Follow the Leader (A) Ghost in the Graveyard (A) Giants, Wizards, Elves (I) Hodgy Podgy (S) Hot Seat (S) Human Knot (I) Human Sculptures Game (I) ID Guessing Game (I) Kemps (C, S) Killer Wink (S) M&M Game (I) Name Game (I) Never Have I Ever (I) Pictionary (I) Pulse Game (A) Reaction Game (S) Sardines (A) Screaming Viking (S) Shoe ID Game (I) Signs Game (S) Sorts and Mingle (I) Spoons / Pig / Tongue (C) Spud Game (A) Stranded on a Desert Island (T) Straws Question Game (I) Superlatives Game (I) Team Story Game (S) Telephone Charades (I) Thirsty Straws (A) Thumbs Game (S) Trust Walk (T) Twenty Questions (S) Two Truths and a Lie (I) Wall Ball (A) Whose Story Is It? (I) Games Especially for Kids Mother May I? (A) Seven-Up (7Up) (S) Simon Says (S) Games Especially for Teens and College Students Bigger and Better (T) Great Egg Drop (T) Mafia Game (S) Photo Scavenger Hunt (T) Powerpoint Game (S) Ultimate Ninja (A) Zoo Game (R, S) Games Especially for AdultsWhen playing games with kids, be sure to provide adequate supervision. Some games that are for “all ages” involve messy situations or a lot of running — dress appropriately and be prepared! Leave a comment Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.