Halloween is the perfect time for fun and games! From dressing up as your favorite character to the spooky and scary in the night, here is a look at some great Halloween party games that will make the perfect addition to your night! These can be enjoyed by people of all ages. All it takes is a little time and some basic craft supplies to get started.
1. Frankenstein Bowling
A classic carnival style throwing game, paint some cans into your favorite spooky characters and throw a ball to see who can knock down the most. The perfect opportunity to recycle and reuse old cans.
2. Eight-Legged Cornhole
Make your own spidery version of the classic cornhole game. Just decorate a plain tabletop cornhole board or scale this project with wood for an outdoor larger version.
3. Halloween Bingo
There is nothing sweeter than playing a Halloween version of this classic game. Make sure not to eat the candy corn markers as you play!
4. Poppin’ Pumpkins
A great popping game to play with the little ones as they stomp around and find little surprises inside this delightful orange balloons as they pop them.
5. Candy Corn Count
Who will be closest to guessing the count of candy corns stored in this jar. A timeless fun game for adults and children alike. Up the stakes in this friendly competition by incorporating a raffle prize for the winner.
6. Poke a Pumpkin
Using simple plastic cups, add a treat or piece of candy and cover with tissue paper. Let the children poke a cup to see what they won! This is a great indoor alternative to balloon popping and equally fun.
7. Glow in the Dark Ring Toss
Don’t let the nighttime deter you from playing this great version of the carnival game ring toss. Use glow in the dark tape and glow sticks as an alternative for playing after dark.
8. Mummy Relay Race
Take some cottonelle and wrap the children up as mummies so they can run their very own relay race. Children are divided up in two teams. The first to make it across the finish line wins!
9. Mummy Bowling
An easy adjustment to an already fun game lets you bring mummy bowling to the party. Take some toilet paper and googly eyes to alter any basic bowling pin. Take the game one step further and use small pumpkins as your ball!
10. Feed the Monster
Jazz any box up to make them look like a monster to create this spooky version of bean bag toss. Get creative and add eyes and fuzzy features as used in this tutorial.
11. Bobbing for Donuts
What better way to add a treat to the party by adding this bobbing for donuts game. Simply hang donuts from the tree and let the kids race to see who can eat or catch the most first.
12. Spider Web Walking Game
Great for the indoors, take some tape and create a spider web for the children to walk along and collect treats along the way.
13. Ghost Bowling
The easiest game to make is ghost bowling! Just stack up some toilet rolls and glue on some googly eyes to create this classic ball toss style game.
14. Roll a Frankenstein
A great interactive game allows you to roll the dice to create your very own Frankenstein. Whoever is first to complete Frankenstein and put all his pieces together, wins!
15. Spider Races
All you need is a box, some plastic spiders, and straws to host your very own spider race. First one across the finish line wins!
16. Gourd Tic Tac Toe
A perfect game to add to your party table. Play orange against white to see who makes three in a row first!
17. Pumpkin Golf
Take a pumpkin and miniature golf set and let your kids compete in their very own pumpkin golf tournament. Create multiple lanes by adding a few more sets to the mix.
18. Witch Pitch
Glue miniature cauldrons onto this witch hat template to create your very own candy toss game with candy corns. First one to make the most scores wins!
If there are any other Halloween party games that you and your family have enjoyed, please make sure to share it in the comments below!