Who doesn’t love Halloween? It’s the one time during the year when we get to pretend our world is full of ghosts, goblins, and witches! Halloween festivities are the best when they include Halloween Party Games. So here are 21 ideas for creative ways adults and kids alike can enjoy their spookiest night out together on October 31st!
What are some good Halloween party games?
If you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween, we’ve got 21 [scary good] party games that are sure to get your guests laughing. These easy-to-learn and easy-to-play games are sure to be a hit at your next Halloween party.
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Halloween Party Games
Looking for some spooky fun on Halloween night? This guide has 21 great party games for adults, kids, and everyone in between. From candy corn guessing to Frankenstein bowling, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
DIY Halloween Party Games
Toilet Paper Mummy
To play the toilet paper mummy game, you need 3 players on each team. The objective of the game is to wrap up your opponents in toilet paper. Each team has to take turns wrapping up one player of the other team in toilet paper. The team that wraps up all of their opponents first, wins the game.
This is a great budget-friendly game that is perfect for Halloween! It is a lot of fun and can be played by kids aged 4+.
To play the toilet paper mummy game, you will need:
-2 or more teams
The goal of the game is to wrap up one team member in toilet paper like a mummy. The team that finishes wrapping their team member first, wins!
Here’s how to play:
1. Give each team a role of toilet paper.
2. Have one team member be the “mummy.”
3. On go, the other members of the team must start wrapping the mummy in toilet paper.
4. The goal is to completely wrap them up like a mummy, using as much toilet paper as possible!
5. The first team to finish wrapping their mummy, wins!
Frankenstein Bowling is a great way to play lawn bowling by using a kickball as the ball. You can have hours of fun playing Frankenstein Bowling! To set up the game, you will need different bowling pins, balls, and decorations. You can use recycled materials to make your Halloween bowling set or buy a set. The game can be played outside in the driveway or in a more formal setting.
To play the game, each player gets three chances to bowl down all the pins. The player with the highest score at the end of the game wins!
To play Marshmallow Toss, you’ll just need a bowl, some cups and marshmallows. The kiddos will enjoy helping to create the game and eating the marshmallows they can get in the cups. To play Marshmallow Toss, you’ll need a large bowl, plenty of marshmallows, and someone to toss them into the bowl. This fun game is perfect for Halloween parties and can be enjoyed by all ages!
To play Witch Pitch, you will need a witch’s hat and broom. You can make your own witch hats or use ready-made ones.
Witch Pitch is a simple variation of the classic ‘What time is it, Mr. Fox game.” The game is played by players who try to get as close to the Witch as possible without being caught.
The witch can shout out different time periods, such as 7 o’clock, midnight, and 3 pm. Players respond by taking the appropriate number of steps ⏤ of any size they choose ⏤ towards the witch. Whoever is caught is out of the game and must start from the beginning.
Pumpkin Golf is a game that can be enjoyed by the whole family. It is easy to set up and play. All you need is a pumpkin, a golf club, and a goal. The object of the game is to hit the pumpkin with the golf club and get it into the goal.
To set up Pumpkin Golf, first find a suitable location. A backyard or park would work well. Next, set up the goal. This can be done by placing two objects a few feet apart to form an open doorway. If you’re using paper cups, place them upside down so that they’re stable.
Now it’s time to select your pumpkin. Choose one that is round and firm so that it will roll easily when hit with the golf club. Once you have your pumpkin, take your position behind it and swing away! Try to hit the pumpkin in such a way that it will roll towards the goal.
If your pumpkin goes in the goal, you score one point! The first person to reach ten points wins the game. So get out there and have some fun!
Candy Corn Guessing Game
To play the candy corn guessing game, you will need a bug jar filled with candy corn. Guests will take turns guessing how many pieces of candy corn are in the jar. The person who guesses the closest to the actual number wins the game and gets to take the jar home as a prize!
Halloween-themed Photo Booth
A Halloween-themed photo booth is a great way to get your guests into the Halloween spirit! Decorate the booth with spooky props and Halloween-themed music to set the mood. You can buy fun props for your photo booth and have fun!
A fun version of Halloween musical chairs without the chairs! Cut out some pumpkins from orange-colored paper and lay them on the floor in a circle. Have one less pumpkin than people playing the game. Play your favorite Halloween music and have people walking in a circle when the music stops everyone needs to be standing on a pumpkin. The person not standing on a pumpkin is out. Take away one pumpkin and start the next round. The game is over when there is one last pumpkin and one person standing in that pumpkin.
Halloween Party Food Ideas
If you are looking for Halloween party snacks, Halloween Party Treats or Halloween party drinks you will want to check out these recipes.