Fishbowl is a fun team game for a larger group of people (ten to twenty). The object of the game is for team members to guess a word by using one of three ways – by giving a description, by acting out the word, or saying only a single describing word. Each method lasts for one round with each round having specific rules. The game is called “Fishbowl” because slips of paper with the words on them are placed in a fishbowl or other container. Continue reading
Families have played the popular game Scattergories for nearly thirty years. Originally published by Parker Brothers in 1988, when Parker Brothers was purchased by Hasbro a few years later the game was published internationally under their Milton Bradley brand. A 2-to-6-player game, the goal is to score points by listing unique names of objects within a set of categories with a given initial letter.
A fun game for families, parties, or any group activity, Pictionary is a drawing game where one person draws and other players try to guess what is being drawn. Pictionary works with as few as four people or can be played with teams consisting of two or more papers. Pictionary is basically charades with drawing.
The spoons card game adds an interesting element to a regular card game. Players attempt to get four of a kind and grab a spoon before the other players to avoid elimination. Easy enough for any age, the many variations keep this game entertaining.
The Green Glass Door, frequently played as a drinking game, is also used as an icebreaker, in classrooms, and as a party game. The game requires at least three players. Based upon logical thinking, players are required to guess what they can bring with them through the Green Glass Door. To play the game, you need to know how to play as well as the rules and the object of the game.