6 Great Party Games on a Budget (for Kids or Adults)

Party Games

No matter the occasion, you can’t have a party without games. From birthday parties to housewarming get-togethers, games are a must. There are some great party videogames, but what if you don’t have a gaming console handy?

Many party games are inexpensive and flexible enough that you can tailor them for your specific needs. These make them perfect for parties of all ages. Whether you’re looking for something simple or more complex, these games will keep your guests entertained! Check out these five great party games on a budget.

Organize a Scavenger Hunt

A nature scavenger hunt might be found at your house, park, or natural reserve. This pastime entails going outside and hunting for hidden things or items. Natural hunts are enjoyable for all ages, even very small children.

Individuals and groups can participate in Scavenger Hunts. The game is adaptable and a wonderful activity for both small and large parties. If you’re considering a scavenger hunt, check out some of these funny scavenger hunt ideas for adults.

Everyone is a Musician

Each participant writes a song on a card and places it in the bowl. Take every tool you can find in the room. Take turns picking a bowl song and attempting to play it with the instrument you’ve been given.

Not only is this game incredibly fun and hilarious, but it also gets the guitar away from that guy who regales the crowd with his rendition of Wonderwall and No Woman, No Cry for the umpteenth time.

Partners in Pen

Break into pairs when you’ve sat down with your buddy. One person has a drawing tool, paper, and a bag full of odd objects from around the house. Person Two describes the thing in the drawer, which is subsequently described by Person Three. Is it possible for them to imagine what they’re drawing?

Party Games

Two Truths and a Lie

The game Two Truths and a Lie is a classic icebreaker. Two truths are stated by the players, while you lie about yourself (in any order). The goal of the game is to figure out which of the assertions is actually incorrect for everyone else.

Instruct everyone to form a circle. Tell each participant to consider three different statements. Two of the assertions must be true, and one must be false. The more unique the statement, the better! It’s best to stay away from commonplace statements like “I like ice cream,” as most people might say that, and something even more unusual like “I like eating bugs” isn’t as intriguing.

20 Questions

Please examine if an object is an animal, a vegetable, or a mineral. Tell the other participants which category your enigma belongs to. To discover more about the mystery object, have a player ask a Yes or No question. Answer the question with a yes or no. Encourage others to ask questions based on the answers they’ve previously received. “Is that bigger than a lunchbox?” will be the next question. “Is it the size of a horse?”

Allow people to make educated guesses about the object at all times by asking, “Is the mystery object a leather bag?” As one of the twenty questions, consider this.

Post It Note Game

You’ll need a stack of sticky notes and a pen. Write the name or character of a well-known public figure on each note, then distribute it to everyone. Without peeping, everyone should write a message on their forehead or back.

Allow everyone to mingle or sit in a circle and take turns asking yes or no questions to your assigned identity. (“Do I live?” is a good place to start.) Play until everyone knows their identity correctly, or give prizes to the first person to guess correctly.

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