|Game Night Ideas|
|Adult Game Night (13& up)|
- Start your game night with "You're Pulling My Leg!" This game gives guests a chance to get to know each other and will help the flow of conversation throughout the night.
- Next, gather the friends around for a game of "JabberJot." This game will keep you howling with laughter for the entire night.
- Play the variations of JabberJot listed in the rules. This will give you a chance to mix things up.
|Teen Game Night (13 & up)|
- Start your game night with "You're Pulling My Leg!" if you want to ask each other all kinds of deep questions. If you want lighter questions, go with "You're Pulling My Leg! Junior."
- If you get tired of gabbing, break out Pet Detectives. It's a fun way to just hang out with your friends while competing with them. And aren't those pets cute?
- End the night with JabberJot. This will let your friends leave the game night with smiles on their faces. Post the best stories on www.morningstargames.net and get your friends to vote on them.
|Kids Game Night (7& up)|
Sometimes it is best to have game times with kids on Saturday afternoon or Sunday. Here is a possible agenda for a two hour party to help you plan a kids game night:
- 15-20 minutes - greet arrivals, free play and unstructured activities (art table, dart game, etc.)
- 20-30 minutes - Play "You're Pulling My Leg! Junior" except have the kids just ask each other the questions off the cards. This will give everyone some laughs as they take turns asking and answering questions. If the group is old enough to understand how to play the game, then definitely have them play.
- 15-20 minutes - refreshments
- 30-45 minutes - Play "Pet Detectives" in groups of 10.
- 15-20 minutes - free play and unstructured activities
For additional ideas, see Theme & Birthday Party Ideas