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Forget elaborate props and pricey board games—these entertaining party games are simple, easy to play, and fun for everyone. Like road trip games, clever party games can be tailored to the crowd playing them, and these ideas are practically guaranteed to make sure everyone has a great time.

If there's no room in your party-planning checklist for game time, that's fine. Sometimes, great conversations and catching up with distant friends are all a successful gathering needs. But if you would rather fill your holiday party with laughter and activity, or if you need to keep little ones entertained, these games have you covered. Because these games have flexible rules and little to no supplies, you can keep them casual and make them work for any event, whether it's a birthday party, a holiday celebration, or another gathering. Most can work for adults or kids, depending on what rules you play by.

They're all great for families, too, so you have something to do after your gift exchange ideas and games besides gather around the TV. Pick a few party games that work for you and keep them in mind for Looking for some fun real gathering. They're so easy to explain and play that you can whip them out at a moment's notice if the party's energy begins to fall, saving your celebration from a tired fade-out.

This one requires a little prep: You'll need a box of plastic wrap and a bag of candy, or an assortment of small, durable goodies. Packs of gum, dollar bills, lottery tickets, and the like all work. Pick one item to place at the center of your saran wrap ball.

Wrap it thoroughly in plastic wrap, then add more items as your wrapped ball gets bigger, trapping them in layers of wrap. To make the game more challenging, tear the wrap into smaller sheets as you go. Once you've used a whole roll of wrap or more, if desiredyou're ready to play. Gather in a circle or around a table. Give one person the wrapped bundle; give the person next to them a pair of dice. The person with the saran wrap bundle must unravel as much of the ball as possible before the person with the dice rolls doubles. Any prizes that fall out during your turn are yours to keep.

Once the person with the dice rolls doubles, they pass the dice down and receive the bundle. Repeat until the ball is completely unwound.

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For alternative versions, have the person with the plastic wrap ball wear oven mitts, or set a timer for each turn instead of using dice. You'll need a stack of sticky notes and a pen. Write a name of a well-known public figure or character on each note, then pass them around until everyone has one. Without looking, each person should stick their note on their forehead or back. Have everyone mingle, or sit in a circle and take turns asking yes or no questions to discover your ased identity. Play until everyone has correctly guessed their identity, or pass out prizes to the people who guess correctly first.

Pick one person to be "It" and send them from the room. With the people remaining, select a common trait: hair, articles of clothing, or body parts all work. When the person returns, they'll ask someone, "How's yours? Itchy, thick, and stretchy all work for shirts, for example. Repeat until the person asking guesses the trait. This party game works best for close groups of friends or family members. Gather in a circle. Begin with one person asking, "Who's most likely to trip over their own feet?

Count down from three performing a drumroll with your hands is encouraged and then have everyone point at who they think would be most likely to do said act. Whoever has the most fingers pointed at them is out. Go around the circle asking "Who's most likely to…" until all but one person is out.

You can skip the eliminations to make the game last longer. Sit in a circle. Begin with one person saying, "Never have I ever…" and finishing with something they have never done. Traveled to Africa, eaten escargot, and the like all work. If someone has done it, they must hold up one finger; if no one in the group has done it, the person saying "Never have I ever…" must hold up a finger.

Continue around the circle until one person has three fingers up: They're out. This Looking for some fun real game can get as racy as you make it, so play carefully and set ground rules ahead of time if grandparents or other conservative guests are involved. Ask the person next to you, "Would you rather…" and include two challenging situations. After their response, it's their turn to ask the person next to them. Continue until you can't think of any more scenarios.

Okay, it's a popular party game for kids, but adults can get in on the fun, too. Set chairs or seat cushions in a circle, facing outward, with enough seating for everyone playing, minus one.

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Deate one person the music player and have everyone else stand in a circle around the circle of seats. When the music starts, walk around the seats; when the music ends, everyone must find a seat. Whoever doesn't is out. Remove one more chair and begin again, until two people are fighting for one seat.

To make musical chairs more interesting, add your own rules. Allow people to sit on top of each other as long as their feet are off the floorfor example, or make your own alterations. This game requires an app: The He Up! After the 99 cent purchase and download, though, you have hours of entertainment on-hand at all times. In-app purchases are also available. One person will hold a phone to their forehead, facing out. Everyone else will act out or describe whatever appears on the screen while the person with the phone guesses. They have one minute to make as many correct guesses as possible, and then the phone goes on to the next person.

include animals, movies, public figures and celebrities, and more.

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For a more cognitive game, play this brain-teaser. Say you're hosting a party, and only people who bring the right contributions are given an invitation. Pick a secret rule: Typically, everyone must bring something that begins with the same letter as their name, but you can also get more creative with it. Don't tell anyone else your rule. Go around the room and have each person say what they're bringing; you respond to each suggestions with a "Yes, you're invited," or "No, you can't bring that. An oldie but a goodie: Gather in a circle.

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Pick one phrase to whisper in the ear of the person next to you—no repeats. That person will whisper what they heard to the person next to them, and so on until the phrase gets back to you. Prepare to laugh at how distorted it gets. To make it more difficult, play music in the background.

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Pick three statements to make about yourself: "I have two siblings, I've been to three continents, and I love cats," for example. Two should be true; one should be a lie. Everyone else must guess which is the lie, and then the next person goes. This is a great getting-to-know-you game; if you're playing with family or friends, pick obscure details to try to trick each other to make it even more fun. Purchase a pack of stickers.

This one is a great Christmas party game or Halloween party game, so try to find stickers that suit the occasion.

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Give everyone one sheet of five to ten stickers or less, depending on the size of the party. This game works best in a party where everyone is mingling, so you can incorporate it easily into your happy hour or neighborhood function. Each person must discretely place all their stickers on other party guests; the first to use all their stickers wins. If they get caught stickering someone, they must accept a sticker.

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