20 Insanely Simple Party Games That Are Fun At Any Age

20 Insanely Simple Party Games That Are Fun At Any Age

1. Sticker Stalker




A sneaky game that you can play over the course of an entire party. Everyone has some stickers — the challenge is to stick them on people without their noticing. Get stealthy and use up all of your stickers first to win. Full instructions here.

2. Likes and Dislikes

Each person at the party writes down their likes and dislikes. Can you figure out who wrote what? Full instructions here.

3. React and Act


For a group of partygoers who enjoy getting theatrical. Everyone brainstorms a ton of different events to react to (seeing your favorite celebrity on the street, discovering a viper under your bed, biting into a sandwich only to find a finger) then writes them down and pops them into a hat. Participants will draw one of the events from the hat and react to it while everyone else attempts to guess what on Earth they’re screaming or fainting about. Full instructions here.

4. Giants, Wizards, Elves




Like Rock, Paper, Scissors but 10 million times more fun. A marvelous choice to play with a group including young children and adults: Everyone can join in! Full instructions here.

5. Laughing Game


Who can keep a straight face for the longest period of time when everyone is saying, “Ha,” “Ho,” and “Hee”? Full instructions here.

6. Newlywed Game (Family Edition)


Break into pairs (cousins, father and son, niece and aunt) and see how well you know your family. Full instructions here.

7. Sing Song Ping Pong


You may not be able to play this quite as well as the Barden Bellas from Pitch Perfect, but a more low-key (and off-key) version of the game is just as fun. Full instructions here.

8. The Mummy


Grab some toilet paper and start making a mummy — fast! Faster than the other teams! Go! Go! Go! Full instructions here.

9. Great Wind Blows


“The great wind blows for everyone who loves guacamole.” “The great wind blows for everyone who secretly enjoys picking their nose.” You get up and rush to find a new seat whenever you fit the description. Full instructions here.

10. Partners in Pen


Break into pairs and sit back to back with your “partner in pen.” One person has a drawing instrument and some paper and the other has a bag full of odd objects from around the house. Person Two describes the object to the drawer who then sketches the description. Can they guess what they’re drawing?


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