Shoe ID Game


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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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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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.

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Here’s your chance to become famous.. well, sort of. We have lots of instructions for fun games, icebreakers, and activities, but wouldn’t it be great to see them in action? We want to be able to show photos of you and your group playing our games. Please send your photos to our Facebook Page at … Read more

Group Games in Action: Games in Nepal!

Fun in NepalRaman Bhattarai of Team Nodan sent us some great photos of group games in action all the way from Kathmandu, Nepal.  Thanks Raman!  It sure looks like people from all over the world know how to have fun.  Check out the action packed photos by clicking on “view instructions” below — and please continue to send us more photos of you and your group playing games!  Whether it’s New York City, the suburbs of Pittsburgh, London, Singapore, Melbourne, Bombay, or Kathmandu… no matter where you are, thanks for making the best international community of group games on the web!

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