Halloween is the perfect time for teenagers to let loose and have some fun with their friends. So if you're looking for some fun, spooky Halloween games for your teenager to play, look no further! We've gathered up some of the best ones that will have them laughing and screaming in equal measure.
Check out these great ideas that they are sure to love! From classic games with a Halloween twist, to new and exciting options, there is something for everyone here. So put on your costumes and get ready to party!
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Guess the Body Parts Food Game
This is a classic Halloween party game with a twist! Instead of guessing common objects, have your teen guests try to identify various body parts from food items. Blindfold each player in turn and seat them at the table. The person starts by feeling one of the food items and guessing what body part it is. You can use anything from peeled grapes to cooked spaghetti for this one! You will need to have good stomach to play this game as you might get squeamish.
Halloween Memory Game
You will need a selection of Halloween Themed objects like pumpkin, a ghost, a bat, a black cat. This game is played just like the classic memory game, with players taking turns to turn over two cards at a time in an attempt to find matching pairs. The twist is that instead of traditional playing cards, you will be using Halloween-themed objects or you can make some Halloween themed cards!
What You'll Need: 6 small pumpkins, 2 pieces of string or yarn, 1 large pumpkin. This is a fun and easy game that can be played both indoors and outdoors. To set up, simply tie the string or yarn around the waist of the large pumpkin to create a 'bowling ball'. Then, place the small pumpkins down in a triangle formation like traditional bowling pins. Players take turns to roll the 'ball' at the pins, with the aim of knocking them all down. The player with the most points at the end of 10 rounds is the winner!
Snakes and Ladders with a Halloween Twist!
You will need a Snakes and Ladders board, selection of Halloween-themed objects or stickers. This is a fun twist on the classic game of Snakes and Ladders. The aim of the game is still to reach the finish, but instead of landing on squares, players will land on Halloween-themed objects or stickers. If you land on a pumpkin, you can move forward 3 spaces. If you land on a bat, you must move back 2 spaces. The first player to reach the finish is the winner!
This game is perfect for older teens. Have them try to make their own witches' brew by mixing different ingredients together. See the different concoctions they come up with and have a taste test to see who made the best one! The key here is to use ingredients that are safe to eat, like food coloring, fruit juices, and yogurts.
In this game, your teens will have to hunt down vampires using only their wits and a few clues. Choose 3 people to be the vampires. The rest of the players will have to use their deduction skills to figure out who the vampires are and then catch them before they can escape! This is a great game for large groups and can be played both indoors and outdoors.
Halloween Scavenger Hunt
This Halloween Scavenger Hunt game is perfect for larger groups of teenagers. To play, simply divide the group into teams and give each team a copy of the scavenger hunt list. The aim of the game is for each team to find as many of the items on the list as possible within the time limit.
In this game, your teen will have to create their own monster by following instructions. Wow what a fun game this will be. See what different kinds of monsters they come up with! You will need some supplies for this game like, googly eyes, pipe cleaners, construction paper, markers, and glue.
Pumpkin Decorating Contest
Have your teens compete to see who can decorate the best pumpkin. You can provide them with a selection of materials to use or let them get creative and use their own. The sky's the limit with this one!
Halloween Costume Contest
This is a classic party game that is sure to be a hit with your teen guests. To play, simply have everyone show off their costume and then vote for the best one. The person with the most votes at the end of the night is the winner!
Eye Ball Pong
You'll need a table, two teams, so split the guests evenly. Each team should have plastic cups and six Ping-Pong balls, which should be painted to look like eyeballs, you could use black and red sharpies. To set up the game, simply arrange plastic cups in a pyramid on each side of the table. Each team has to try to get the ping pong eyeballs in to the cups. The first team to sink all of their balls wins! If you're looking for an extra challenge, you can also try playing in the dark. Just turn off the lights and use glow-in-the-dark Ping-Pong balls for an extra eerie effect.
In this game, your teen will have to survive a zombie apocalypse. They'll need to use their resources wisely and try to stay alive for as long as possible. They will need to use their detective skills to figure out who the zombies are and then catch them before they can escape! This is a great game for large groups and can be played both indoors and outdoors.
This is a classic Halloween game that your teen will love. They'll have to navigate their way through a haunted house, avoiding all the spooky creatures inside. You can set this up in your own home or even in a local park. Just be sure to have plenty of scary props on hand to make it extra spooky!
This is a classic game with a Halloween twist. Your teens will have to act out popular Halloween movies, songs, and TV shows. This will be a great way to get everyone in the party spirit! Or you could try these printable Halloween Charades
Test your teen's knowledge of all things Halloween with this fun Halloween printable trivia game. The person with the most correct answers at the end of the game wins!
This is a great, active game that your teenagers will love. They'll have to try to avoid being tagged by the zombies, while also trying to tag other players to turn them into zombies.
Halloween Hide and Seek
This is a classic game with a Halloween twist. Your teen will have to find all the hidden ghosts around the house or yard. This is a great way to get everyone moving and having fun!
This game is perfect for partygoers who want a little bit of competition. Have your teens try to toss plastic eyeballs into Halloween-themed buckets. You can set up different stations with different point values for more challenging gameplay. The person with the most points at the end of the game wins!
Halloween I Spy
This is a classic game with a Halloween twist. Your teen will have to find all the hidden Halloween objects around the house or yard. This is a great way to get everyone moving and having fun! You could also play this printable Halloween Ispy and see who can find the items first.
Candy Corn Counting
This is a simple, but fun game for your teen party. All you need is a bag of candy corn and a timer. The object of the game is to see how many pieces of candy corn you can eat in one minute. The person who eats the most pieces after the minute wins!
Halloween Word Search
This halloween word search is a classic game with a Halloween twist. Your teen will have to find all the hidden Halloween words in a grid. This is a great way to get everyone thinking and having fun.
Games at a Halloween party will be fun for teenagers because they can dress up in costumes, and play games that are themed around Halloween. They can also try new and exciting games that they might not have played before. Whatever games you choose, your teen party will be a blast! So get ready to have some fun this Halloween!