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Spy Theme Party Games For Adults

Spy Theme Party Games For Adults #1: This works best with large groups of guests, where the guests are somewhat familiar with each other. Pull everyone together in one room. Choose one person to leave the room until called back in. Now, select another person to leave into a different room. Call back the first person and see if they can figure out who is missing from the group. Set a specific period of time (number of seconds) that they have to figure out who in the group has ‘gone covert.’

Spy Theme Party Games For Adults #2: This is a great game for movie buffs. Take a prize (preferably small – something that can fit inside a small box) and wrap it in paper (preferably something plain such as brown packaging paper.) On the outside of the package, attach folded pieces of paper – taped shut. On the inside of each of the pieces of paper (before they are taped shut), write the name of an actor in a given Spy Themed Movie (make sure that all the actors are in the same movie – do not choose characters/actors from different movies.) Now take this present and put it inside another box (you can also just wrap it twice, but it’s more fun when it is inside another box.) On the outside of this wrapping, attach more folded over sealed pieces of paper, this time with characters/actors from a different spy themed movie. Do this for as many times as you wish (probably not going too much more than four lest the game last too long and your guests get bored with it.) To play the game, have your guests sit in a large circle. Play appropriate music (i.e. the soundtrack to Mission Impossible) while the guests play ‘hot potato’ with the package. When the music stops, the person holding the gift must GIVE THE PRESENT to the person who just gave it to them. By doing this, no person will hold onto the gift for very long because they’ll want to pass it to the next person in hopes that when the music stops it will be given back to them. The person who ends up with the gift must peal back one of the character/actor clues and read it out loud. If they can guess the movie based on this single clue, they can unwrap the layer. If they can’t the music starts again and the gifts begins to be passed around once more. Continue doing this, each person pealing back a new clue until someone is able to guess the movie and unwrap the gift to the next layer. If all clues are revealed and none of those people could guess the movie (even though others in the room might know it) have the gift passed around one more time and the next person who gets it simply gets to unwrap the layer. Repeat this process, moving on from movie to movie until a final person gets to unwrap the gift and win the prize. Keep the game moving by not allowing the music to play very long.

Spy Theme Party Games For Adults #3: How about a little game of Interrogation. From your local ice house, purchase two blocks of ice (just large enough to be SAT on without melting anytime soon.) That’s right…SAT on. Set up two kiddie pools with a plastic chair in the middle of each. Place one block of ice on each chair. Two guests are then challenged to see who can sit there the longest, while simultaneously drinking ice water. Although regular interrogations involve a ‘hot’ seat, this kind is no more easy to endure. It’s best, of course, to have the contestants wearing shorts. Time each guest and then allow the next set of contestants. The winner is the one who can endure it the longest. If you’ve split your guests into two groups, you could have each group select only a couple of team members to participate.

Spy Theme Party Games For Adults #4: Break up your guests into teams of four and arm each with a digital camera (you might want to ask your guests in the invitations to brings ones that they have.) Now provide your guests with a list of different pictures they must take. Turn it into a scavenger hunt. Just make sure that you tell everyone that the only way the picture will count is if EVERYONE on the team is in the picture (minus the one who is taking the picture.) These make great souvenirs for after the party. Offer different pictures different amounts of points, depending on the difficulty levels. Some to include might be on a bridge, with a celebrity look-a-like, on the top of a building at least five stories tall, outside a government agency building, in an army surplus store with military paraphernalia in the background, with a police officer, inside a costume shop (disguises), etc.

Spy Theme Party Games For Adults #5: Teach your guests the Tango – the dance of choice for all spies. Before you call around to hire a professional, ask around to see if you might know (or know someone who knows) a college student who is a Dance major and would be willing to do it (likewise Musical Theater majors.) You can also check out videos from the library or local video store.

Spy Theme Party Games For Adults #6: If you have a large ‘playing area,’ play a game of surveillance. Arm each team with a digital camera (you can instruct your guests to bring one if they have one…many people have them these days.) Beforehand, take several pictures of obscure objects about the area or facility (take some that are real close up, too, so that they’ll have to really search out what it is that you took a picture of.) Print a copy of each picture, enough for each team to have one of each. When you say GO, every team must search the grounds/facility for the different locations or objects you’ve taken a picture of. They will then need to take the exact picture with their camera. Make sure to tell the teams before they begin that they must all return by a specific time (you’ll tell them exactly as pertaining to your own party schedule.) Every team comes in and turns in their camera. The judge can then view the different pictures in the camera’s memory to see how many they found. Have fun coming up with different scenes and objects. Hide a briefcase, some passports on a table, etc.

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