Need a nice set of conversation starter questions to break the ice and get the discussion rolling? We highly recommend this set of hilariously funny icebreaker questions over at our friends at the best Icebreakers website. These open-ended questions are silly, zany and wacky — yet they can also be thought provoking and deep as well! They have a collection of over one hundred of the best activities for various kinds of events, like for school classroom exercises, teambuilding activities for work, and more. Check them out and let us know what you think!
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 https://www.facebook.com/groupgameswebsite — it’s especially cool if you have the word “group-games.com” somewhere within the picture, but either way, send ’em over! If we like your photo(s), we’ll use it on our website and give you a shoutout. Simply mail them to us, tell us a little about your group, and we’ll make you famous!
Raman 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 Group-Games.com the best international community of group games on the web!
If you like Group-Games.com, won’t you help us spread the word about our website? Please link to us on your website or blog!
Janet B. from San Jose sent us these great photos of the Human Knot Game in action! The object of the game is to untangle the human knot without letting go of the hands. Thanks Janet for the snapshots!
Please continue sending us photos (email: group-games at hotmail.com), and we’ll feature your group on our website too!