When you’re throwing the bash of the century, you can never have enough fun Halloween party games for teens! Sure, you’ll want to leave time for hanging out and mingling, but it’s also a good idea to keep something going on in the background at all times. Did you know that every 20 minutes, there’s a lull in conversation? Party games help fill those awkward gaps. Plus, they’re just plain fun! Let’s check out a few great Halloween party games for teens to keep that party going strong!
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Halloween Party Games for Teens
Dancing Challenge– Divide the teen guests into teams of two. Songs are played at random for 60 seconds and the pair must dance for the entire 60 seconds. During this game, costumes are usually worn so guests can crackle at the vampire dancing to Lady Gaga or the werewolf dancing to Justin Bieber. Guests vote on a winner.
Baby Food, Fear Factor Style– If you have ever seen the show Fear Factor, you know they eat some weird stuff on there. For this game, guests just need to taste test some baby food. Use individual bowls that are labeled with numbers and filled with different kinds of jarred baby foods. Have paper and pens next to the bowls so players can guess what type of baby food they are tasting. The winner of the game is the player who guesses the most correctly. Players are awarded 1 point for each correct guess.
Bounce the Eyeball- For this game, you will need 5 or 6 pails or buckets, preferably Halloween themed as well as Sharpie markers in red, black, blue and green, candy and ping pong balls. Have the guests create eyeballs (each player should have 4 or 5) from the ping pong balls by making the iris of the eye with the blue or green Sharpie, the veins with the red Sharpie and the pupil with the black Sharpie. Add the candy to each pail or bucket. Let the balls dry while you place the pails or buckets around the room on the floor. The players then try to get the balls into the pails or buckets by bouncing them. If they get the ball into the pail or bucket, they get 1-2 pieces of candy from inside.
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Mr. Halloween’s Body Parts– This game has several different names but it is the same general idea that is used. All of the players sit in a dark room in a circle. You need to place different ‘body parts’ into individual containers or boxes and have each player feel what is inside and try to guess the ‘body part.’ The person that guesses the most ‘body parts’ correctly will get the prize. For brains you can use cooked spaghetti, for eyeballs you can use grapes, for fingers you can use hot dogs, for hair you can use yarn and for teeth you can use small rocks.
The great part about these Halloween party games for teens is that, aside from the dancing challenge, you can set them up ahead of time, then just let guests rotate through them when they’re in a conversation lull. Kind of carnival style! Just keep track of everyone’s points and guesses, then have an awards ceremony at the end of the night.