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10 Fun Games To Play For Your Next Party

Here are 10 simple but fun game ideas for you!

Mark Andrew





Your parties are never complete without them and when they’re done right, they could be among the best highlights of the event. We are, of course, talking about party games.

Fun games will keep your guests entertained and kill the dull moments. When it comes to picking which games to play, it is, of course, crucial to consider your audience. Go with safe, classic ones and some of them may actually get bored. Choose new, unfamiliar ones and others may hesitate to participate.

In case you’re having a hard time choosing games that will help you break the ice in the most fun ways, allow us to share with you at least 10 guaranteed laugh-out-loud games.

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From the Hanky Party and Baby Rattle, to Face The Cookie and Magic Carpet Ride, these games are sure to bring life to your parties – whether that’s an adult or kiddie gathering. You bet these are “good clean harmless fun for all ages,” as one netizen effectively summed it up.

Watch the video here and see for yourself:

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Can you imagine the laughter when youngsters play these games? Or perhaps the chaos that will undoubtedly ensue when drunk adults participate?

Needless to say, what’s most important here is that you prepare the needed props for the games – which are for the most part, really simple. The tissue boxes for Hanky Party, for instance, or the colored cups for Movin’ On Up. You get the picture. Pick the game, take note of the materials and buy them ahead of time before the day of the party and you’ll be good to go.

So which of these games will you try on your next party, folks? We’d love to hear from you so feel free to share it with us by hitting the comment section below.

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