Kids may have to play some less scary games, but there is no reason why adults cannot enjoy the true gore that this festival is associated with. From fun to spook, the games mentioned here will give you a little bit of everything.
While making mummies, pumpkins, and bats is child's play in pictionary, use this game to describe scary horror movies. Not only does it provide the thrill, but also adds a challenge to the game. This game can also be played in the form of charades.
Make a list of some horror films, divide your guests into two groups, and have a member of each group pick an option and enact or draw it out on a whiteboard within a set time limit of 2 minutes. This will keep you and your guests occupied for a good amount of time.
Place the skeleton in an area that is empty, without any breakable objects in the vicinity, and switch off the lights. Divide the group into teams of 3-4 players, and have them toss as many hoops as possible around the neck of the skeleton, within a set time limit.
Each player from a team will get 3 chances. The team to put maximum number of hoops around the neck of the skeleton wins. This is one of the most enjoyable Halloween party games for kids, teens, and adults alike.
You can tell them to make creepy calls, to spend time alone in a room that you have set up to resemble one that is haunted, to watch a gory scene without closing their eyes, to recreate a horror scene from a movie in the most authentic manner, etc. Come up with as many spooky dares as you can, and thoroughly enjoy this game.
These guests have to be caught by other guests, and have the balloons burst. It is one of the most hilarious games, and will be even more fun if done outdoors, as it will allow some space for your guests to run freely.