Party Games for Adults: Icebreakers, Parlor Games, and Party Tips That Will Make Your Guests Flip

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Games - 126 pages
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Adults like to play too--and these sophisticated games are for after the kids go to bed. Perfect for parties, clubs, and other gatherings, they’re great for breaking the ice, getting guests acquainted, and keeping everyone happy. Choose from more than 100 types, including puzzlers, mental games, active amusements, games for bachelors, and even some sedate ones. In "Vicious Circle” the host uses a rope to tie the wrists of both a man and a woman together: the goal is for the two to free themselves. Soon they’re flailing--and enjoying the start of a beautiful friendship. "Avoid that Letter” keeps conversations from getting into a rut. Or have an energetic "Book Relay,” with volumes balanced on your head. They’re all fun!
 

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User Review  - rjg7 - LibraryThing

This is a fun book and there are some really great energizers and a few icebreakers that would work in an instruction/training settting. Most will have to be cut down, but that seems fairly easy. I ... Read full review

Contents

TIPS ON PLAYING GAMES
9
ICEBREAKERS
10
PARLOR GAMES
22
MENTAL GAMES
45
PARTY IDEAS
61
DRAMATIC GAMES
72
GAMES FOR LARGE GROUPS
84
PICNIC AND OUTDOOR GAMES
97
GAMES WHILE TRAVELING
109
PARTY PLANNERS
119
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Doug Anderson, winner of the Kingsley Tufts Discovery Prize, teaches at the University of Connecticut Greater Hartford Campus and lives in Hartford.

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