A few years ago, me and my friends we made up a game that I found really fun so I decided to share it with the world.
The object of the game is to find the other teams object using the clues that they give you.
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Step 1: What You Need:
-Minimum number of players: 4 (2 in each team). The number of players must be even so that the teams will be fair
-Four fairly small pieces of any scrap paper
-2 small object ex. McDonalds toy. (1 object per team)
-Big area, preferably a house. I think that the minimum is 1600 sq ft but that is completely up to you
-Some sort of pen or pencil
-No note or object may be in the same room
-If you have a two story house the objects have to be on different floors (I forgot to do that when taking the photos)
Step 2: How to Play:
-Divide the even number of players into 2 groups
-Each team gets 2 pieces of paper, a pen/pencil and a object
-Team #1 goes and hides the object while team #2 is in a room where they can't see where team #1 one hid their object. Team #2 does the same thing while team #1 waits
-Each team writes the room in which their object is hidden on one of two pieces of paper and then folds it up.
-Each team writes a very brief description of their object (can also draw a picture of the object) on the other piece of paper and also folds it up.
-Team #1 goes and hides the location and description papers in different rooms while team #2 waits in the "waiting room". Then team #2 does the same thing while team #1 waits
-Once all objects and papers are hidden, the teams can start looking for the other teams notes and objects.
The first team to find the other teams object wins.
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