4. A fun game night
A fun game night is a great alternative to celebrate Halloween more casually, especially for the people who are easily frightened. Instead of focusing on the scary factor only, your guests can look forward to a wide variety of party games, card games and guessing games. Ask your guests to bring their favorite games, so you’ll have plenty to choose from and can be sure to find something everyone will like and participate in. If you want something a little spookier, we suggest solving mystery puzzles or playing werewolf!
Deadly wink: Designate one person as the “murderer” during the party. All those winked at by them must “die” in the most dramatic way possible. If someone sees the “murderer” winking, they can call “witness” and convict the “murderer”. This way the guests win. But if the “murderer” kills everyone before he gets exposed, he wins the game.
The cursed word is a game that will provide fun throughout the whole evening! At the beginning of the party, a word is chosen (make sure it fits the Halloween theme, for example vampire, witch, etc.). This word may not be used. If it is used, a “counter curse” (a shot) must be drunk immediately.
Guess the Song: This game can be played in two different ways. First, you can play the first three seconds of a song and then ask guests to guess the song. This quick guessing can lead to funny moments as guests try to remember the tune and start singing melodies. Alternatively, you can read lyrics from classic scary songs to your guests and ask them to guess the song that goes with it.
Here you can find a Halloween playlist with the perfect songs which is perfect for this game!