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Murder Mystery GameBest for adults or teens, this game can be created at home just as easy as hiring an entertainment company to do it for you. Setting up the plan is even half the fun! Before the game begins, either purchase a pre-made game plan or design your own by creating a story of a murder, complete with enough characters as you have participants. Describe each character on a note card, but don't give away the plot Only tell the "murderer" of their role and tell them to keep it quiet.
Stage the "murder," divide players into teams and urge teams to solve the mystery. Start each group with a riddle clue that will direct them to another area of the party location or home similar to a treasure hunt. Leave additional riddles at subsequent locations, each directing the team to another place. Place one final riddle at the final location that alludes to the "murderer." The first team to find the final clue first wins!
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Bobbing for ApplesAs perhaps the most traditional Halloween game, bobbing for apples has been enjoyed by generations. The game is simple to learn and likely can be played with things you have laying around the house already.
Fill a large, clean tub with water and throw in some fresh, clean apples. Remove apple stems to make the game more difficult, if desired. Grab some towels and let your party guests take turns trying to retrieve an apple from the tub using only their teeth. Provide a prize for each party guest who successfully retrieves an apple.
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Pass the PumpkinAs a great icebreaker for teens or adults, this simple game is quite fun for either age group. All you need to play is at least two miniature pumpkins and some willing participants. Divide players into two groups and have each group stand in a line.
Have the first person at the end of each line grab the pumpkin under their chin. Without using their hands, have the teams transfer the pumpkin down the line and back. If the pumpkin falls, the group must start over. The first team to successfully complete the tasks wins!
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Halloween PinataAllow children or adults to let out some aggression while fighting for some sweet rewards by purchasing or making a Halloween pinata. While Halloween-themed pinatas are likely sold at a nearby supermarket, they can also be made at home with papier-mache, balloons and paint. Fill the completed pinatas with candy, small prizes and other Halloween decorations and hang from in the center of a ceiling or from a tree outdoors.
Let blindfolded, but carefully supervised, participants take turns swinging a bat in an attempt to break open the pinata. Everyone wins when the contents fall as then it become a free for all for the sweet treats.
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Mummy WrapThis Halloween-themed party game works best with a combination of energetic children and some tolerant adults. All you need is a couple rolls of toilet paper to play. Divide the participants into even teams, each with one adult. Give each team at least three rolls of toilet paper.
On your go, let the children wrap the adults, who will be standing in a central location, in toilet paper to create a mummy. The first team to finish and wrap the adult completely wins!
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