"The best Halloween games for teens are the ones that are Scary!"
A Halloween party is just a party until you add Halloween games for teens that are gross, scary and even quite disgusting! So, we say...party on!
Halloween parties are a blast and of course there are many things that go into making a really great teen Halloween party, but the best ones include scary Halloween party ideas and that includes Halloween games for teens.
But now, I want to talk about Halloween games for teens. Some of these games are pretty gross, but your teens will love them!
Teenage Party Games For Halloween
This game is all about guessing what type of foods your touching.
How to Play.
You will need brown lunch bags with large zip lock bags inside as a liner.
You label each bag with a letter and have a card with the letter and the body part it represents of the food that is inside.
Don't look in the bag, just feel around.
Eyeballs = peeled grapes
Fingernails = candy corn
Blood & Guts = spaghetti in sauce
Brains = lumpy mashed potatoes or mashed up bananas
Skin = Dried out flour tortilla
Lips = wax lips
Hair = Broom bristles
Everyone gets a chance to feel the foods in each bag and guess what they think is in each bag and what body part it would be. The teenagers shouldn't say it out loud. If it's a larger party, they can work in teams and the partner can write down their guess. If it's a smaller party, they should write down their guesses after they finish. Wash hands between each one as well.
Whoever guesses the most right wins!
The Mummy Wrap
Easy and fun. For this game you will need a lot of toilet paper. Have teens get in pairs or groups of three. When the judge says go, the teams will begin wrapping one of the team members as fast as they can. Once the mummy is wrapped, they must do an activity that is chosen before the wrapping starts, like carrying an egg on a spoon in their mouth across the room and setting it down in a bowl without breaking it. The team that wraps the mummy first and successfully delivers the egg wins!
It is really hard to move when all wrapped up, so this will have everyone laughing!
A Ouija board also known as a spirit board or talking board, is a flat board marked with letters, numbers, and other symbols, supposedly used to communicate with spirits. It uses a planchette (small heart-shaped piece of wood) or movable indicator to indicate the spirit's message by spelling it out on the board during a séance. The fingers of the séance participants are placed on the planchette, which then moves about the board to spell out messages.
This is one of the most fun teenage party games at Halloween! You can tell scary stories and then try to contact the spirit of the character in the story. The glow in the dark version is our favorite, it adds to the spooky factor and is a total blast!
Story Add Ons
For this game you will have your teen and a friend write down lines that they think will promote a scary story and write them on index cards. Things like, "As she walked through the dark room searching for her boyfriend, Doug, she felt a thick sticky liquid oozing through her sandals..."
They will need to have about five of these per guest. One person begins a story with their line, and each person adds to the story, filling it in as they take turns in an improvisational manner. Then, when the story has been told, the next person begins the story with the line on their card.
The stories are suppose to be scary! It's great to do this in a dark room with a black-light, a candle, or around a camp fire.
Pumpkin bowling gets pretty messy, so you will want to do this someplace where you don't have to worry about a mess, like a large yard.
How to Play
Well, it's just like bowling, but much more fun. Depending on how many rounds you plan to play, you may need a pumpkin for each round you play in case your pumpkin splits. For the pins, we use liter soda bottles, without the soda, of course, and from there, you just bowl. The person that knocks over the most pins wins. This is one of the most popular Halloween games for teens.
The prize? What else? A pumpkin pie!
Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board
This is a levitation game and has been around forever. And a really fun choice for a Halloween games for teens. We did this at several parties - and it worked!
In order to make this "secret trick" work, you need at least five or six people. One person, who plays the victim, lies relaxed on the floor with their eyes closed. The other four or five participants surround him/her, one on each side, one at the head and one at the legs.
Each of the people places two fingers of each hand beneath the victim. With their eyes closed, they begin to chant, "Light as a feather… stiff as a board…" over and over. With just the slightest effort, the participants are able to raise the victim off the floor in what appears to be the defiance of gravity.
Murder Mystery Parties
Perfect for Halloween parties, these murder mysteries make the perfect party game. Choose the one you and your guests will have the most fun with!