Rock-paper-scissors is an easy, fast game that everyone probably already knows. But I like to be comprehensive, so here are some rock-paper-scissors instructions, including a video and a link to some interesting tips at how to win.
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.
This is a cooperative talking game from the band OK Go. For two players, where players try to name the same word at the same time. It’s easy and fast and can get funny. It’s a perfect game for filling up empty hours or killing time.
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.
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.
This is a game, or really more of an activity, to play around the house. It’s ideal for one to two players, really entertaining for little children, a new favorite of my four-year-old, and the reason my handheld mirror is broken.