If you’re looking for a way to get a party going, games are a great idea. Party games are a fun and easy to get people talking, especially if everyone doesn’t know each other. But, a lot of times, party games involve alcohol. Although it’s fun to have to drink every time you lose a game, alcohol-based party games aren’t always the move. You can still have an exciting party without drinking with these non-alcoholic party games:
Truth or Dare Jenga
We all know how to play Jenga… this way just makes it a little bit more exciting. All you need for this version is regular Jenga and a permanent marker to write on them. Write different “Truth or Dare” questions on every block and then have the group play Jenga like regular, but they have to answer the question on the block. It’s a great way to get everyone more comfortable with each other!
Two Truths and a Lie
This game is super fun because it requires some creativity and involves everyone in the group. Every person has to come up with 3 statements about themselves, except two of them are true, and one of them is a lie. Everyone then says their 3 statements, and the group has to guess which one is the lie. It’s a good way for people to get to know each other!
What’s My Name
This one is a classic party game that never gets old. All you have to do is write the name of a celebrity/character on a piece of paper and stick it on everyone’s forehead without seeing the name. They then ask the group a series of questions to try to figure out who is written on their forehead.
Cards Against Humanity
Possibly one of the best party games of all time: Cards Against Humanity. You do need to purchase the card game, but I promise you won’t regret it. It may be called “a party game for horrible people” by the creators themselves, but it’s absolutely hilarious and a guaranteed way to get every person in the room laughing.
Cheers to the Governor
This party game is typically played with alcohol, but it’s just as much fun without! The premise of the game is simple, but it gets really tricky the longer you play. Basically, you go around the group, and every person says a number up to 21. Except, instead of saying 7, you say 11, and instead of saying 11, you say 7. At 21, everyone shouts, “cheers to the governor!” Then, one person creates a new rule for a new number (like instead of saying 10, you have to make an animal noise). You keep going until every number up to 21 is something different. It’s tricky but super fun!