Whoever said the party games had to stop once you become an adult. Where’s the fun in that? It seems that in our youth party themes were common. And I’m not saying that every time you have people over for a little get-together that you have to break out the charades or name that tune. Rather try and think of your guests and what party games they would be interested in playing.
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Wikipedia for Party Games and Ideas
I know that this sounds almost like a no-brainer, but Wikipedia’s party games page has plenty of party ideas and party themes for everyone. Whether it’s a good old-fashioned game of charades (there I go again) or drinking games for adults (that require a bit of skill), there is an abundance of ideas on Wikipedia’s party games page. And, because it’s Wikipedia, you know you’re going to get the full and correct instructions on how to play said games.
Adult Party Games on Pinterest
The one thing that I do like about Pinterest is that everything is visual. The whole concept of Pinterest revolves around pictures – which of course link out to a page to give you a full overview. You may want to check out adult party games where you can view boards based on various types of party games. Some are little more elaborate, and therefore need a little more planning, than others. But you’re sure to find something for every type of party that you’re planning on Pinterest.
Murder Mystery Party Games
Murder mystery parties are not just for your parents generation. In my opinion, a home based party is an ideal situation for a murder mystery. It does require a little bit of preplanning (after all you do want your guests arriving knowing what their roles will be), but it doesn’t cost a fortune to implement. There are inexpensive, home murder mystery kits that you can buy. I would also recommend the website Shot in the Dark Mysteries. They have a great variety of murder mystery party themes.
Party games can make an evening with friends and colleagues fun. The main thing for the organizer, or planner, is to design games and themes that fit with the people attending. After all, your goal isn’t to put anyone on the spot or embarrass your guests. Rather, party games should be viewed as an add-on to complement the party itself.