Never Have I Ever
You may think you know your family and friends well, but Never Have I Ever may reveal some surprising things about each person playing! Easy entertainment for all ages, the game starts with players holding up all 10 fingers. Players then go around the circle and start off by saying “Never have I ever…” and finish the statement with something silly or outrageous they have never done. Anyone that has done it has to put down a finger. The last person to have fingers up wins the game! For an adult version of the game, players start with a drink and instead of putting down a finger, take a sip for anything they have done. Game play continues until only one person has any of their drink left in their cup.
Truth or Dare
A classic conversation starter game, Truth or Dare can be modified for any type of game play and for all ages to enjoy. We recommend writing up some ‘truths’ and ‘dares’ beforehand that are appropriate for the people that will be attending. Consider what your guests will likely be comfortable with answering or completing. You can then fold up these slips of paper and put the ‘truths’ in one bowl or area, and the ‘dares’ in another bowl or area. Continue playing the game until there are no slips of paper left! As always, for an ‘adult version’, anyone that opts out of either a truth or dare, will have to take a sip of their drink.
Two Truths and a Lie
In this game, everyone is a liar! The goal is to figure out which of the three statements a player says about themselves is false. Players take turns saying three statements about themselves – two that are true, and one that is a lie. The rest of the players then take turns guessing which statement they believe to be the lie. A point is given to each person that guesses the lie correctly, and a point is given to the person saying the statements for every person that incorrectly guessed the lie. The game continues until everyone has had a turn to tell two truths and a lie about themselves.
Would You Rather…
Would You Rather is an amusing game for those with a creative and imaginative mind. Players take turns asking others what they would rather do between option A, and option B. Play continues until people can no longer come up with questions to ask, or when a designated amount of questions have already been asked and answered by the group. The sillier the situations and options, the longer the game play and discussions will last into the night!