What game you’re going to play tonight shouldn’t be one of them.
Because when it comes to games, we’ve got you covered with a fresh new screen game every Monday morning.
You can buy the games individually or get yourself a Youth Ministry GamePass and we’ll deliver your game to you inbox every week (plus you’ll save tons of money).
The game is simple - look at the picture and ask yourself, IS IT A FISH?!?
The crowd has to memorize a sequence of animals and then repeat that sequence one animal at a time. Anyone who repeats the wrong animal is out.
How much do you know about the biggest winners (and losers) in NFL history? You'll need to know more playoff records to win.
A new spin on the classic "Two Truths and a Lie" – can you determine if the story they share is "Fact" or "Cap"?
We give you the plot – in the form of a haiku – you name the movie.
If we give you four words, can you figure out which one is misspelled?
Can you tell if these words of wisdom come from the book of Proverbs or straight out of a fortune cookie?
Player 1 names an item that matches the given clue. Player 2 repeats player 1's item and adds their own. Play continues back and forth until a player repeats the…
Each round features a word/phrase with the vowels removed. All you have to do is figure out what the phrase is – but it's harder than you'd think!
This is a Christmas edition of the quick-thinking partner game where YOU decide the answer – the fastest and loudest wins!
Each round, you'll be given a Christmas song and a style or situation. The first person (or team) to successfully sing the song that style wins!
Based on when these toys were “the hottest Christmas gift of the year”, which came first?
Can you put three items in the right sequence? The order could be based on anything from the animal's average life span or the number of pages in the book.
Find a partner. Yell the sound effect! Whomever yells first wins. Tie goes to the loudest!
Unscramble the letters to form a palindrome that fits the clue! The answer could be a word or a phrase.
Decide which topic ranks higher when you google the given keyword.
Each round, you'll be given an animal to move like and an animal to sound like. The first person to successfully mashup the two animal wins!
The crowd sings the song using the words "doo-doo". The guessers guess. Winner stays, loser gets replaced!!
Test your knowledge of animal groups in this game! You'll be given a clue and all you have to do it fill in the blank!
If we gave you a celebrity and an invention, would you be able to guess if that thing was invented before they were born? That's the unique challenge of this…
This is a quick-thinking partner game where YOU decide the answer and the fastest and loudest wins!
Can you memorize the puzzle pieces that make up these images? We'll show you the puzzle, and then let you figure out the missing puzzle piece.
Each round, the answer has one syllable that has been replaced by a rhyming word. Use the given clue to figure out the answer.
The rules are simple: Memorize the screen. Complete a verbal challenge. Answer a question about what you memorized. But the game is harder than it sounds!
Answering age-old questions like: Which weighs more the Empire State Building or 108 million paper clips?
In this interactive, on-your-feet small group game teams compete to spell out the word that matches the clue on the screen – using their bodies as the letter tiles (printable…
Look at each pixelated image and try to guess what it is. The quicker you guess, the more points you get!
Students are given facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.
It’s simple: we’ll show you two inventions, and all you have to do is decide which was invented first.
Do the opposite of whatever the screen tells you to do. Be quick, but not too fast….One wrong move and you're out!
'Alleluia' is a combination of the words 'allelu' and 'yah' (meaning 'praise Yahweh'), in this yell-it-out game, we explore other (ridiculous) 'allelu' combos.
Students are given social media facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.
It's simple: Find a partner. Yell the sound effect. Whoever yells first wins. Ties are won by whoever yelled loudest.
A lot of people have won Superbowls, Grammys, and basketball games – but you have to decide who has won the MOST.