These birthday party games will make your birthday party or the one you're hosting a hit without having to spend any extra money on supplies for the party games.
A few of the birthday party games below require supplies but they're common objects that you probably already having laying around your house. Also don't be afraid to improvise if you have a similar object or you can still play that game with a slight variation. Chances are your guests won't even notice.
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This birthday party game gives clues to the guests that lead them to areas around the house or yard until the reach their final prize.
I love this free birthday party game because you can customize it for little kids all the way up to adults.
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This classic group game is such a fun birthday party game that's fun with kids but hilarious for adults.
All you need for this game is something to tie each pair's legs together.
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Who has the button? Let your guests play detective to find out.
All you need to play this easy birthday party game is a button!
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The classic game of charades that can be adapted for children of all ages and adults.
It's a great idea to match a game of charades with the theme of your party.Continue to 5 of 24 below.
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A fun game of tug of war that doesn't need any supplies at all.
This is a great game that will really encourage your guests to use their imaginations.
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This free birthday party game is great for larger groups of guests and kids and adults will equally love it.
This is an inventive game that takes barely any prep work.
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This classic water game is just as fun on land. Add some funny voices and you've got yourself quite the party game.
Be sure to scroll down to view the variations you can use to put a spin on this easy birthday party game.
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Set up an obstacle course in your backyard or large area in your home using items you have on hand.
You'll be surprised what items you have that may "trip" up your guests.Continue to 9 of 24 below.
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The classic game of Hot Potato is a lot of fun and bring about a ton of laughs.
The person left may be the winner but you can keep the game going by having them be the next caller.
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We all know the easy-to-play game called Red Rover, and it will be a hit at your next birthday party.
This is a great game to play outside and even better if you have a fairly large group.
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A guessing game that makes a super fun birthday party game.
This game can be easily changed for older kids.
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Last but not least, the favorite game of Simon Says that can be played anywhere at anytime without anything to buy.
Put a twist on this popular birthday party game by changing the name "Simon" to something to fit your theme.Continue to 13 of 24 below.
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A cross between I Spy and Hide and Seek will keep kids of all ages into this birthday party game.
You only need one object for this game and it can be one of your choosing.
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In this birthday party game, the guests will compete in relay races where they pile on the clothes and accessories. You can even customize all the clothes and accessories to fit whatever the theme of your birthday party is.
There are also lots of other variations for relay races you'll want to check out.
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A unique spin the classic game of tag that uses just one simple item you are sure to already have in your house - and guess what? It's not actually bacon.
This game works with a just about any group of people, you'll just need to divide them up into teams.
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This birthday party game is best played in the warmer weather and needs to be outside.
Pair up the guests and have them see how long they can go before they break the water-filled balloon.Continue to 17 of 24 below.
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A fun, classic birthday party game that's best played outside. You can use flags, bandanas, or just about any soft object.
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This is a great free birthday party game that's sometimes called Cross the Lava.
How many of the guests can make it to the end point without falling in the river?
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A fun guessing game that incorporates physical activity makes this birthday party game an easy one to plan and execute.
Since there's no winner and losers, and the game can go on as long as you want, this is a great party to fill in the extra time.
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Pair some fun music with an assortment of chairs, and you've got yourself and easy birthday party game that's always full of fun.
Set up chairs or cushions in a circle but have one less than the number of people playing. When the music stops, anyone without a seat is eliminated and one chair is removed.
Last one in the last chair wins!Continue to 21 of 24 below.
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This birthday party game could get messy quickly, but that makes it all the more fun!
Have all the guests put one hand behind their back and use the other hand to hold a spoon with an egg in it. Have them run to the finish line just like that.
The first one who makes it with the egg still intact and their arm behind their back, wins. If the egg falls halfway through, they have to start over from the beginning.
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Much like charades but through writing, this free birthday party game involves guessing what your partner is describing.
Have the pair sit back to back. One partner has an object that they have to describe to their partner who draws out what he or she thinks the partner is holding.
The team that finishes with the quickest time wins. The only catch is that the one holding the object cannot say its name or explain what the object is used for.
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This is a perfect birthday party game for a large crowd, and multiple people can get prizes along the way.
The basic idea is to wrap several presents in plastic wrap and pass the ball around the table. Each person can have a try at unwrapping an object from the ball until the next person rolls doubles on their dice.
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This is one of the easiest birthday party games to start because it just requires the participants—no props or money involved. However, it gets hard quickly.
To play this game, instruct the guests to do something, but they have to do the opposite in order to stay in the game. For example, if you say raise your right hand, they have to raise their left hand; if you say to jump, they need to squat.
You can even combine this game with a Simon Says type of game by having them watch you act something out but they have to do the opposite.