Teenagers get bored very easily and need something to keep them engaged and mentally stimulated. In order to make your party lively and keep everyone entertained, you have to plan some teenage fun party games. If you are wondering the same, do not rack your brains any more. There are many such games that can be played both indoors and outdoors that are sure to be a hit with your young guests. The most popular outdoor games are piñatas and if you have a pool, what better than a splash! Even garden pipes make a great option to play water games outside. So, check out our teen party game ideas given in the following lines.
Teen Party Game Ideas
Good old Chinese Whisper is a very popular game that can be played among all age groups indoors. Everyone sits in a circle and a person starts the game by whispering something in the ear of the person sitting on the left. That person has to whisper the exact same thing that was told to him/her and so on. The last person in the circle has to announce aloud what was said by the first person. If incorrect, he/she can be given a silly task like bark like a dog or act like a chicken.
Spin the Bottle
Take an empty bottle and spin it on a table around, which all your friends are sitting. When the bottle stops spinning, see towards whom the bottle opening points. That person is asked to do a dare or share a secret. It is a fun game especially, when the dares are a bit tough and tricky. Also, it gives you an inside information about the person, as he/she shares a secret.
Make everyone sit in a circle. Make chits of paper as the number of people. Leave all chits blank, but two. On one write murderer and the other write guesser. Now, the murderer has to wink at each and every person in the group without letting the guesser know. The fun part is no one knows who the murderer and the guesser are. The moment a person is winked at, that person says "Dead". The guesser has to guess, who the murderer is. Who knows the murderer might just first wink at the guesser?
A game essentially for the older teens, in this game the players decide a letter of the alphabet that is to be forbidden (It is advisable not to choose a vowel). A person is appointed as a questioner, while the rest are players. As the game start, players are not allowed to say any word that contains that letter. The questioner also has to abide by the rules of the forbidden letter. One, who manages to last till the end, is declared as the "King of Alphabets".