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Welcome to Group Games!

Free instructions to 67+ of the best group games! Perfect for your next event. Read, play and share our site! See the full list here.  Game ideas are also organized by group type and age.

ID Guessing Game

Summary: An icebreaker in which people write down two things that they’ve done and one thing that they haven’t on an index card. The goal is to correctly guess who wrote each card.

Ages: All. Recommended # of people: 8-15. Messiness factor: No sweat. Materials required: Several pens and index cards. Recommended setting: Indoors.

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Hot Seat

hot seat

Summary: A good get-to-know-you game in which players take turn on the “hot seat”, being asked a barrage of questions, some hypothetical, some silly, and some interesting.

Ages: 10 and up.  Recommended # of people: 5-10.  Messiness Factor: No Sweat.  Materials Required: A chair.  Recommended Setting: Indoors.

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Couch Game

couch game

Summary: A memory-based game in which males and females compete to get all members of their team seated on the couch.

Ages: 10 and up.  Recommended # of People: 10-30.  Messiness Factor: No Sweat.  Materials Required: Paper, a couch or four chairs, pens.  Recommended Setting: Indoors

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Name Game

Summary:  A simple icebreaker useful for introducing people to each other and helping people learn names.  This game is especially useful when there are new people present.

Ages: 10-21 years old.  Recommended # of People: 5-20.  Messiness Factor: No Sweat.  Materials Required: A fun attitude.  Recommended Setting: Indoors.

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Whose Story Is It?

Summary: An icebreaker in which you read various (bizarre) stories and try to guess whose true story it is.

Ages: All. Recommended # of People: 8-20. Messiness Factor: No Sweat. Materials Required: Paper, pens, container. Recommended Setting: Indoors.

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Photo Scavenger Hunt

photo scavenger hunt

Summary: A team-based scavenger hunt with a twist — bringing back digital photos (or polaroids) of interesting places and things.

Ages: 14 and up.  Recommended number of people: Teams of about 4 people.  Messiness Factor: Be prepared to walk around.  Materials Required: Cameras for each team.  Recommended Setting: Outdoors.

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Homemade Pictionary Game

pictionary

Summary: A classic icebreaker game in which the goal is to get your teammates to correctly identify something that is drawn within the time limit.

Ages: 8 and up. Recommended # of people: Teams of 3+ people. Messiness Factor: No sweat. Materials required: Several sheets or two large pads of paper, notecards, pens, a stopwatch/timer. Recommended setting: Indoors.

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Never Have I Ever

Summary: An icebreaker where players sit in a circle and take turns saying interesting things they have never done. Each player starts with ten fingers. Each time someone says something that you’ve done, you drop a finger. The goal is to be the last player remaining.

Ages: 8 and up. Recommended # of people: 10-20. Messiness Factor: No Sweat. Materials Required: None. Recommended Setting: Indoors.

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Human Knot Icebreaker

Human Knot photoSummary: A good icebreaker or teambuilding activity for new people to learn to work together – in close physical proximity! The goal is to figure out how to untangle the human knot without letting go of hands.

Ages: 12 and up. Recommended number of people: 7-200 (group sizes of 10 are ideal). Messiness factor: Might break a sweat – (close proximity – hope you’re not claustrophobic!). Materials required: None. Recommended setting: Both indoors or outdoors.

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Sorts and Mingle Game

Summary: An icebreaker that gets the group to move towards various parts of the room and to find others with shared interests and preferences, based on various interesting categories.

Ages: 10 and up. Recommended number of people: 25 and up. Messiness factor: No sweat. Materials required: None. Recommended setting: Indoors.

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Commonalities and Uniquities

Summary: A group team-building activity in which people identify common things that everyone has in common, along with interesting characteristics that are unique to a person in the group.

Ages: 12 and up. Recommended number of people: Groups of 5-8. Messiness factor: No sweat. Materials required: Two sheets of paper and a pen for each group. Recommended setting: Indoors.

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Celebrity ID Game

who am i

Summary: An icebreaker where each person has a label with a famous celebrity or character name on their back.  Everyone mingles, asking “yes” or “no” questions to gain clues about the name posted on their backs.

Ages: All.  Recommended # of People: 20 and over.  Messiness Factor: No sweat.  Materials Required: Several labels with famous names on them. Recommended Setting: Indoors.

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Shoe ID Game

shoes

Summary: An icebreaker where all players throw a shoe into a big pile. Grab a random shoe and find out three new facts about the person.

Ages: All. Recommended # of People: 10 and over.  Messiness Factor: Smelly. Materials Required: None.  Recommended Setting: Indoors.

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Chubby Bunny Game

chubby bunny

Summary:  A hilarious action game that involves stuffing marshmallows in your mouth and trying to yell, “Chubby Bunny!”

Ages:  10 and up.  Recommended number of players: 3 and up.  Messiness factor:  Have a trash can and paper towels ready for a marshmallow mess.  Materials required:  A few bags of medium to large sized marshmallows.

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Seven-Up

7 up game

Summary: A kids’ game in which seven people secretly select seven other kids by pushing their thumbs down at “night”, followed by those kids guessing which of the seven chose them.

Ages: 6-12.  Recommended # of People: 20+. Messiness Factor: No Sweat. Materials Required: None.

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Thumbs Game

thumbs game

Summary: Players stand in a circle and repeatedly take turns showing 0, 1 or 2 thumbs up signs with their hands.  Players take turns trying to correctly guess the number of thumbs that will pop up.

Ages: All. Recommended # of Players: A small group of 3 to 6 people. Messiness factor: No mess, no stress! Materials required: None. Recommended Setting: Indoor settings.

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Great Egg Drop

egg drop

Summary: A team building exercise in which groups build structures and try to prevent an egg from breaking. A judge tosses all structures (with the eggs inside) from a high elevation at the end. The winners are the groups that successfully protect the egg.

Ages: 14 and up. Recommended # of People: Several groups of 4-5. Messiness Factor: Quite messy. Materials required: Raw eggs, several straws, masking tape, newspaper, and any other materials for building.

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Banana Pass

banana pass

Summary: A high-paced, messy relay race in which players pass a banana using their feet and the last person must eat the mushy fruit.

Ages: 10 and up. Recommended # of People: Teams of 7-10. Messiness Factor: Quite messy! Materials: Bananas, at least 1 per team. Setting: Outdoor.

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Thirsty Straws

thirsty straws

Summary: A funny relay race in which players must quickly drink as much water as they can and then pass it on to the next person.

Ages: 10 and up. Recommended # of People: Teams of 4.  Messiness Factor: Better have a bathroom available!  Materials Required: A liter of water per team, straws long enough to reach the bottom of container.  Recommended Setting: Outdoor

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First Impressions Game

Summary: An icebreaker (or party game) in which people write their first impressions of each other on a large paper taped to their backs.

Ages: 13 and up. Recommended number of people: At least 10. Works with very large groups and meetings. Mesiness factor: No mess, no stress! Materials required: A large piece of paper or posterboard for each participant, pens/markers, sturdy tape. Recommended Setting: Indoors or outdoors.

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