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Hi, We have Al Hands meet.Could any one suggest some funnu small games for a group of 30 people? Thanks, Narasimha.
In One min 30 members cant play any game. If it is one min each I can suggest U a game. The game is a kind of dumb charades.
--Write All the participants name on chits.
--Collect them all and Let all the participants to take one chit each.
--The name which a participant gets shouldn't be disclosed to any one.
--So, One by one every one should come and by acting they have to try to make the other
participants guess the name.
--Each participant can act "1" min only.
It will be very funny and at the same time you all will be able to know your Friends much more than now... :)
Hope it may help you to make your day a memorable one. Have Nice time
By the way Name of the game is "Hidden Friend"
Make a row of 10 people one side, and 10 on another all should face one another,
give them rope or long cloth (like Odhni, which ladies wear generally), (should be min. 7-10 ft. long) all this people have to hold the corner of the rope and stand strached, Ropes should be lifted about knee size from the ground, take 10 more people, bind their eyes, tell them to cross this lines of ropes without touching it, three times are allowed, after giving instructions to these 10 people who are closed eyed, Just take away the ropes, means tell this 20 people to remove the ropes quietly without knowing these people, and enjoy the funny scene....
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all the 30 people hold each other hands and make circle. All facing inside. Put one cycle tyre in the hand of one participant. Let the person pass the cycle tyre through him self and similarly let the tyre pass through each and every person. Count the time for first round. Count the time for second round. Have FUN....
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