Group Games

These group games are somewhat unique and have been played and tested with groups from 30 to 350 members. They will force you to think and are entertaining with the content.

People love figuring out things in groups. The Anagrams will test their word forming ability while the picture games will entertain them as they work.

You'll be able to use these at your Christmas and Holiday parties, whether they are in the office, restaurant or church facility. You may want to prepare a powerpoint or run your laptop through a monitor. Soon I'll be preparing these games to be burned to a DVD.




Before They Became Famous


Here's a large collection of pictures of people we all know. However, these pictures were taken way before they became famous. An answer page is included.
Enjoy these pictures or play the game with your group by clicking the link below.

Before They Became Famous




Who Is My Parent Game


For some kids, there is no doubt who their parent is. Have your group put names to the hidden faces. An answer page is included.
Enjoy these pictures or play the game with your group by clicking the link below.

Who Is My Parent Game




Who Said This Game

We use phrases we have heard a thousand times. This game is played by matching the phrase to a famous face.

"Be silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”

“Always go to other people's funerals, otherwise they won't come to yours.”

“It ain't braggin' if you can back it up.”

“Beauty may be skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone.”

Great for group competition, guess as many as you can by matching the quote to the famous person. An answer page is included.

Enjoy these quotes or play the game with your group by clicking the link below.

Who Said This Game




Funny Anagram Game

An anagram is a word, phrase, or sentence formed from another by rearranging its letters: “Angel” is an anagram of “glean.” Can you see these through the word you're reading?

What could you get by rearranging the letters in Dormitory?
Dirty Room is a possibility.

Analyze Mother-In-Law.
You get Woman Hitler.

For Debit Card,
You get Bad Credit.

I've had lots of fun with this game when entertaining groups. Give this one a whirl and see how you do. The answers are on the main page.

Enjoy these word challenges or play the game with your group by clicking the link below.

Funny Anagrams






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