Fun Halloween Party Games for Adults
Adult Halloween parties are always a good time, but you can have even more fun with party games. It is best to choose games that everyone can get in on. This helps to get the whole crowd involved and mingling together. If you choose the right games, your party will be one that no one will ever forget.
There are dozens of Halloween-themed karaoke CDs available, These will have scary favorites like “Thriller” and “Monster Mash” just to name a few. Have a sing off and let all of your guests vote on who they think was the best. Have a fun prize, or set of prizes, at the end. This is a great way to get everyone laughing and having a great time.
This is just like the regular charades, but you will act out things that are Halloween-related and scary. You can act out things like Halloween characters, scary words, horror movies and items that are scary and common on this spooky holiday. Get into teams so that it is easier to get everyone involved.
This is something you can do in a hallway or a strip of floor in the kitchen or living room. You will need some paper towels and a foam pumpkin. You can decorate the paper towels so they look like ghosts by adding some googly eyes to them. If you want to make this as much like bowling as possible, cut a few finger holes into the foam pumpkin. Your guests would simply use the foam pumpkin as a ball and try to knock down as many paper towel ghosts as possible.
CANDY GUESSING GAME
If you want to test the palates of your guests, have a Halloween candy guessing game. You will want at least 10 different kinds of candy and you should break off into groups of two. One team member will wear a blindfold and be the taster. The other teammate will put the candy in the blindfolded teammates mouth who will then guess the candy. The team with the most correct guesses will win.
HALLOWEEN SCAVENGER HUNT
This can be really fun and you should have a prize at the end for the team who gets all of the items the fastest. You can choose to do this in the house alone, or do it throughout the neighborhood for some added excitement. Choose Halloween-themed items and break off into teams of two or three.