A people-watching game…or more of an outfit-watching game. If you’re thinking from the title that it’s a mean game, don’t worry. It’s not supposed to be at all.
Monkey in the middle is a throwing and catching game for a small group. Players try to keep the ball away from one player, the “monkey.”
This is a variant of Scrabble that’s a lot faster, which I’m a fan of. You only need the Scrabble letter tiles, and it’s ideal for a small group.
This is a talking game where you try to find links between actors via the movies they star in. You can play with two people or a larger group, and you can play cooperatively or competitively. Even if you’re not big movie buffs – don’t worry. You can still play and enjoy it.
A character card guessing game for a large group of people. You’re assigned a character or person and you have to ask questions to other players until you figure out who you are. It’s a great mingling game because it can encourage you to talk to lots of people in the group.
This is a really simple game kids can play in a car. It’s not so much a game as an…activity to pass the time? Or a way to tease/persecute the person sitting in the middle of the backseat. Players basically use the momentum of the car to squish each other.
This game is a variation of twenty questions. It’s a little more complicated than twenty questions and involves more thought for both the guesser and the one answering the questions. So if you like twenty questions but it’s getting a little old, this’ll probably be the perfect game for you to try.