7 Awesome Halloween Party Games for Teens
There are still some silly and spooky games here but most of these Halloween party games for teens, active and scavenger hunts.
Halloween party games for teenagers are super to add to any teen party or even just a family party where teens is going to be present. Though teenagers can be simply bored, these Halloween games for teens could keep them entertained all night long! Games that need preparation are also fun to plan and think up! If you need a few suggestions for Halloween party games for teens, take a look at the list below:
Many teens in addition to adults will find this Halloween activity really fun and interesting. There can be different wacky categories, including tango, ballroom, break dance, etc. Guests can pair up with one another according to the costumes they’re wearing. The weirdest pairing the greater. Prizes like gift vouchers or CDs can be given to the winners.
This game requires a lot of thought and planning, but it’s well worth it! It’s similar to a live action form of clue. For this game, you’ll need to create a story, character list and means to fix a murder mystery. Just be sure not to tell any guests about this! Assign everyone at the party a “part” and hide clues around the house. Have them act up the story as they figure out who’s the murderer together!
Halloween night candy hunt
Halloween party candy hunt Plant candy round the outside of your home. Once it’s dark out, have guests use a nighttime candy hunt. Give them bags for candy and flashlights and split them up into groups of 3-4. See how daring they’ll be on Halloween party!
Dirt cake party
If you plan to have a small, casual party, host a dirt cake party! This is a unique idea for that teenager who wants to do something low-key before a bigger Halloween party or Halloween night. That way, you’ll have a dirt cake prepared to bring to whatever you do next. Discover the recipe for dirt cake here.
Halloween Fear Factor
Halloween Fear Factor With this game, play a guessing game! Blindfold guests and also have them put their hand right into a bowl or jar full of something gross to the touch. Then ask them to guess what they just touched. Some ideas include Jello, peanut butter and crushed Oreos. Award prizes for the people who have the most accurate guesses.
Divide the kids into teams with equal quantity of members in each group. Provide them with a bag full of stationery and decorating items. Allot each team a particular corner in the basement. Each team needs to decorate their corner and make it look as scary as possible. When all the corners are done, the basement will turn into a haunted house. The team that has done the very best job, wins.
Spooky Scavenger Hunt
Send your friends and relatives scurrying to find spooky treasures with this particular Halloween version of a scavenger hunt. First you’ll have to create a “treasure” list. Examples of items that you might include on this list include a spider web, a jack-o-lantern, a stuffed black cat, plastic fangs and candy corn. Once you’ve made your list, print copies for 2 or more teams. Divide your guests into teams of three to eight people and provide each team a copy of the list. Instruct the teams to look a certain area (such as your neighborhood or local shopping mall) in an attempt to gather all of the items out there. If your guests are minors, you may want to have a chaperone accompany each team on their own hunt. Set a time limit of just one hour. After the hour is up, re-group to see which team gathered the most items.