Halloween Party Games for All ages

Loving Halloween doesn't end when we grow up, for many adulthood is when Halloween becomes most exciting, especially for those who have a knack for hosting Halloween bashes. Here's my short list of fun Halloween party games.


For this game you will need a sheet of cheap plywood or particle board. A jig saw. White Paint. A bunch of large plastic orange and black cups. Duct tape. Scotch tape. Orange and black tissue paper. Black permanent marker. Toy or candy surprises to fit in each cup. Take one cup, place it on the board...


Send your guests out around the neighborhood with a list of items to photograph with their digital cameras and camera phones. Because some of your guests may not have cameras or cars, plan to organize teams of scavengers. You can make the list of required items by yourself, or you can brainstorm with your guests...


There are plenty of ways to have some fun with fortune telling. Crystal balls are a common trope, but if you want to have some serious fun, a deck of playing cards or even tarot cards can make for all sorts of interesting results. Most tarot decks come with an interpretation guide, but a true fortune teller can


Traditionally Halloween parties have included a few scary objects, random alcoholic beverages, and young ladies wearing clothing that would get them arrested for indecent exposure on nearly any other day of the year. Despite the entertaining nature of the traditional Halloween party, there are other...

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