Have you ever participated in a Killer game at a wedding? Killer Party is the perfect party game to encourage your guests to interact and above all to guarantee a special atmosphere during the event. Discover in this article the concept of this surprising game that will not leave your guests indifferent!
Principle of the Killer game
The principle of Killer Party is to trap as many players as possible without getting caught! It is a role-playing game which consists for each player to receive a target and a mission card. Each time a player manages to trap a target, he recovers the card (s) in his possession as well as the last mission which therefore becomes his. I hope you have followed everything because if the target realizes that it is a mission then there is a "counter-kill": failure of the mission of the killer.
It is then he who returns his card (s) to his initial target. The winner of this animation will be the participant who has collected as many cards as possible! Take on the role of serial killer and win the game. (Finally in the figurative sense eh, remember we are talking about marriage not burial ... ^^). The advantage of this game is to allow the greatest number of guests to participate.
What equipment is needed for a killer party?
For play the killer game, the easiest way is to get a box from the game that contains the mission cards. The second essential element are volunteers to participate naturally. Finally, you will need an animator who is responsible for giving everyone the missions and who will be the master of time to announce the end of the game. Good atmosphere guaranteed!
Note that the facilitator will not be able to have a double role and participate himself having taken note of the missions of each one.
You also have the possibility to make this animation even more personal by carrying out personalized missions yourself and for your guests. This will allow you to adapt this idea to your theme, your reception or the personality of your guests. It is especially funny if you have the list of participants in advance.
To help you, we have listed some ideas for missions below.
20 mission ideas for your killer party
Wondering what these mission cards are all about?
Well on each map, the participant discovers the place where the game should take place, and the action to be taken for his mission to be a success.
The game can, for example, take place during a meal, the meal being the weapon, and the goal being to manage to offer his victim bites of his own dish. Other missions can also consist of giving your victim some matches to crack during the cocktail party. If the participant agrees to strike the match, he has lost. Clearly, the objective is to put your victim in the situation given by the card without him suspecting a thing.
Some ideas if you decide to design your mission cards yourself:
- Let X give Y a coin;
- Encourage to imitate Donald duck (or another famous person);
- Have the same thing repeat 3 times in a row (eg Kanpai! Which means “Health!” In Japanese);
- Persuade being the target to do 10 push-ups;
- Trigger a giggle at the designated person;
- Convince a target to remove their shoe;
- Make X dance with Y;
- Take a selfie with your target making a face;
- Put an object in X's pocket without him or she noticing;
- Make him act out something whose name you no longer know;
- Sing a particular song (the credits of a particular cartoon for example);
- Arrange to get a compliment from a specific person;
- Challenge X to a standoff and he or she accepts whatever the outcome;
- Make believe that one of the guest is a celebrity;
- To succeed in making the target say a sentence in an invented language;
- Get the target to finish one of your sentences;
- Make your target say one thing and then its opposite;
- Make him reveal to you the first name of his parents;
- Have a drink served by his target;
- Make the target draw a sheep (or other ^^);
Our mission ideas are there to inspire you but of course you can find many more. Just remember what should be feasible and safe so that everyone will remember them well.
I hope all the explanations provided have been clear enough. Obviously, to fully understand the idea, the best is to try. Perhaps at a night out with friends or a family celebration if you prefer to test before the big day.
I also invite you to discover the 12 month game which is another wedding entertainment that you might enjoy.
As always, your impressions are welcome in the comments.
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