This is a great party game for teens or adults. Kind of like a cross between pictionary and telephone, players write sentences, convert each other’s sentences into pictures, and back and forth until the results are hilarious.
A talking, guessing game, good for younger kids and older kids, too. It’s a good game for thinking and creativity, too, and for killing time on long road trips.
Catchphrase is a fast-talking guessing game, good for big groups of people. This post tells you how to play and includes some printable catchphrase word lists you can play with.
Spud is a great outdoor game for kids. Players throw and catch a kickball and try to tag other players out of the game.
Corporation is a great indoor party game for teens or adults. Players use memory and what they know about other players to guess each other’s code names and create the biggest “corporation.”
One of those big-group, invade-your-personal-space teambuilding games. Perfect if you have a lot of teenagers and you want to build team spirit and unity…spunity, if you will.
Fruit basket is a simple indoor game for big groups, easy enough for young kids, and also entertaining for older kids and adults. Players switch chairs, trying not to be the one left without a chair.
A game for birthday parties, baby showers, or sleepovers where guests steal each other’s clothespins by catching each other saying forbidden words. It’s a good game to kind of play throughout the duration of an event, just in the background.
A fun, silly indoor party game involving animals, sound effects, hand motions, and rhythm. It can be challenging, but it’s sure to get a lot of laughs.
Simon says is a simple game, great especially for young kids. Simply put, you tell each other to do things and then you do it.