18 Spooky Halloween Games That Adults Can Totally Play
If you’ve ever been to a Halloween Party and felt like you were missing out when the kids‘ games began, we feel ya. That’s why we’re rounding up these awesome games that even adults can enjoy. (Don’t worry, many of them involve cocktails.) For your next monster mash, try out one (or a few) of these spook-tacularly fun games. They’ll definitely get the party started!
1. Stack the Bones ($25): There’s nothing quite as unnerving as a game of Jenga. Except when it’s bone-shaped Jenga.
Label your containers — or don’t. Either way, your guests will be freaked out trying to guess what they’re touching. (via Eighteen 25)
Leave clues around the house for your guests to find. Whoever solves the mystery can even win a sweet surprise! (via Camille Styles)
This classic game never gets old. If you want to turn it up a notch, switch out the water for some white sangria. (via The Office Genie)
Here’s a fun way to encourage all your friends to dress up. The crazier, the better! (via Brit + Co)
Your guests may have a hard time keeping their hands and mouths off this tasty snack. (via Style Me Pretty)
If you’d prefer something a little less demanding, why not try out a sit-down game of Halloween bingo? (via Studio DIY)
It’s almost impossible to not laugh when playing a game of charades. Choose topics from Halloween candies to scary movie monsters, and you’ll have your guests dying from laughter. (via Make Life Lovely)
Find horror movie trivia questions or write out your own to quiz your friends. For every wrong answer, guests will have to take a drink. Cheers! (via eHow)
Pair up into two-person teams and see which team can wrap their partner with the most toilet paper in 30 seconds. And that’s a wrap! (via Halloween Costume Ideas)
12. Nightmare Before Christmas Operation ($24): If you love high-intensity board games, you’ll love this Halloween-themed game of Operation.
Let your guests show off their carving skills with this fun craft. It can get a little messy, so we recommend working outdoors or laying down some newspaper. The best part? You can bake the pumpkin leftovers into some yummy pumpkin pie. (via Brit + Co)
Recycle the rings from your mason jar lids with an old-fashioned game of ring toss. (via Curly Crafty Mom)
Put on your favorite horror film and lay down the rules: Every time a character gets killed off, drinks all around! (via eHow)
Your guests will have to put their memory to the test with this matching game. Fill up empty water bottles with surprise items and see whether your guests can remember where its matching pair is. Don’t forget to save up your used water bottles for this one. (via HGTV)
Designate the space where your guests can get down using some good ol’ washi tape. (via Brit + Co)