Mind Games

Mind games require imagination, memory, logic and observation skills. Although they are called Mind Games or Brain Games doesn't mean that only the brain is used. Games such as Charades require the body to get involved. They may also require paper and pencil for keeping score and occasionally a watch to keep track of time. These games are great kid, teen, and adult party games.

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Assassin
A discrete game of elimination in which players are "assassinated" in the wink of an eye.

Buzz!
It sounds like a swarm of bees in the room when this game gets going.

Buzz-Fizz!
For those who mastered Buzz and Fizz give this game a try.

Dumb Crambo
Guess the word that makes a rhyme using only pantomime.

Fizz!
Fizz is fun with fives.

Going on a Picnic
Discover the pattern to join the picnic.

Grandmother's Trunk
What did you put in Grandmother's trunk?

I Spy
The classic guessing game that is enjoyed by all ages.

Name Six
Can you name 6 things before time runs out?

Odd Bean
A game of chance...or a test of psychic ability?

Party Quirks
Where quirky party guests meets pure hilarity.

Rigmarole
A tongue twisting memory game of alliterations.

Tongue Twisters
Tongue twisters tangle up even the most talented talkers. Try some of these favorites.

Total Recall
The game that demands a sharp memory and keen eye.

Twenty Questions
The classic game Twenty Questions also known as Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral is a game of deductive questioning in a quest to uncover a mystery word.

Wrong!
The game where listening to the details in the story leads to your success.

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