Published On: Mon, Jun 17th, 2019

7 Fun Activities for an Indoor Party

44% of Americans frequently report feeling stressed.

This is hardly surprising. Modern life is indeed hectic. From longer hours at work to the rising costs of living, living can thus take its toll on young adults.

To most, leisure time is considered to be plumping oneself in front of the TV or playing video games. While this does provide some relaxation, there are far better ways to unwind.

How about getting your circle together for a rejuvenating night of fun? Wondering what games to play at your party?

Here are some suggestions.

1. Truth or Dare

This is an all-time favorite, and it’s great for knowing your friends better-and possibly embarrass them a bit.

Truth or dare is simple: each person chooses to either answer a question truthfully of fulfill a dare.

To get an extra laugh and kick out of it, the questions should be a bit blush-inducing. And the dares should be something they really would not normally do.

2. Poker

Nothing gets juices flowing like poker with real money. This is bound to get everyone’s competitive juices flowing, which is key for the perfect poker game.

You can play individually if you have a small group of 3-5. If you have a larger group, you can divide up in teams and play a single game against each other.

Aside from a monetary reward, you can settle on different variations.

Strip poker is one. Where the losers take off a clothing item after each loss. In the end, the person with the least amount of clothing is the clear loser.

If your friends enjoy vaping, this can be a reward for the winner. While the losers take off a clothing item, the winner gets to vape. has everything you will need for this.

3. Charades

Charades is both creative and hilarious.

This is a guessing game where the teams take turns at acting out words or phrases jotted down on a piece of paper.

Meanwhile, their teammates are then expected to follow the ques and figure out what’s being acted out.

The team that gets the most correct guesses wins the round.

4. Karaoke

Yes, karaoke can be a fun game.

Here, pick out common songs and go round the circle where each person has to not only sing, but also perform the song with action and dance.

You can then judge their performance and decide as a group on who takes the cake.

5. Dancing Chain

This is a great game to get everyone moving.

For this game, stand in a circle with some space in between each member. Then pick a person to kick off the game. This person will perform a dance move. Then you will go round the circle with everyone performing the move.

This will go around the circle and go back to the starting point. The person will then do the first move and add another one. You will do this over and over until you complete a dance routine.

Sounds easy, but depending on the dance moves, this can be quite the workout!

6. Indoor Hopscotch

When was the last time you played good old hopscotch? If you are like most adults, you probably can’t recall when.

Use some cardboard to draw up a nice big hopscotch for your party.

This will help everyone do some activity, and depending on the drinks of the day, there might be some hilarious falls as well.

This is a fun way to break a sweat as well.

7. Have You Ever

“Have you ever” provides some fun and a way to know each other better as well.

To play this, go round the circle in single turns. Each person is supposed to say something they have never done.

One can say, “Never have I ever gone swimming naked.”

Every person that has done ever gone swimming naked is then supposed to have a drink, mainly alcoholic. However, you can substitute this with soft drinks if you prefer, or even vape.

Time to Party!

An indoor party is convenient and cheaper to throw, yet fun and engaging.

Just pick a few fun games from this list, a few snacks, and drinks and have yourself a grand old time with enough laughs to keep the blues at bay.

Aside from being fun, adult play triggers the release of endorphins, improves brain functions, and increases creativity.

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