5 Fun Christmas Games to Play at Your Next Christmas Party

Christmas is the time for fun holiday parties with friends, family and co-workers. To make your next party a real hit you will want to have some fun Christmas games at your event. Below is a list of five fun games to play at your next Christmas party. These will get everyone involved in the joy of the holiday season.

Stocking Guessing Game – In this game you will have two large Christmas stocking and twenty x 2 (20×2) Christmas/Holiday objects. Make sure they are small enough to all fit in the stocking. Both stockings will have the 20 objects inside them. So you will need 2 of each to place in the stockings. Once you fill each one tie a string or robe around the top so nobody can see inside. You will then give everyone a piece of paper and let them know they have to figure out what the 20 objects are by feeling for them. The person with the most correct wins. You can do this with one stocking it will just make the game last longer.

Christmas Pictionary – Another great Christmas party game, you will be splitting up into teams of 3 or 4 depending on how many people are going to play. Set up a large pad of paper so everyone can see what will be drawn. Each group has to have everyone drawn something at least once. Make out about 20 to 30 cards to pick from all about Christmas, ex: Santa, Reindeer, sled, snow, north pole, etc. Every right answer gets one point and the first one to 5 wins.

Siamese Gift Wrap – For this Christmas game teams of 2 will race against the clock to see if they can wrap a gift. Sound simple? The twist is that they can only use one hand each, the other will be around their partners waist. They will have to work together to get it done the fastest. This is also a great way to get your gifts wrapped for free, just make sure it is nothing breakable.

Christmas Bingo – This is a printable Christmas game. You will need to print out some Christmas bingo game cards. For this do a search on the internet to find the ones that you like. Once you have the cards you want figure out how many numbers you will need and what letters for each one. Either right them out or do it on the computer and print them out. Then you will place them in a hat or bag and pull them out to call during the game. This can be a great game for kids and adults.

Christmas Trivia Games – For our last game let’s try to see how smart our party guests are. There are so many different categories for this game that it is almost endless. Here a just a few to get you started: Christmas movies, Christmas songs, Santa nick names, reindeer names, etc. As you can see you can have many different questions and really never run out. Once you figure out what you want the questions to be about do a search on the internet. You can find many printable Christmas trivia games so you don’t have to do a bunch or research or writing.

Have Fun!

Mobile Games in the New Millennium

The days of Atari, Sega Genesis, and Nintendo 64 are long gone! However, they have paved the way for the future of video gaming. These stand alone systems provided graphics that beat that of any other device, however, there was no mobile capacity and gamers needed to actually be present to play one another. Soon super computers stepped in, and allowed gamers to play other games on the other side of the Globe. Thus, Microsoft Xbox and PlayStation begun to introduce internet capacity for game play and tournaments online and around the world.

As the world begins to shift towards the mobile era, we have phones and mobile platforms that can all that will be able to all that and more! PlayStation PSP still remains one of the best mobile gaming devices, however, Apple is fast approaching with the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. While the iPhone stirred developers to create new applications that would solely be for the iPhone, the iPad has a much larger spectrum of opportunities for gamers. Not only is the screen bigger, but the iPad and future generations should be able to run games that were developed for other platforms, and not only mobile platforms. This is what I call mobile convergence, and it’s when all gaming devices converge and become open for use on multiple platforms. If your a gamer and don’t like playing games on the iPhone, you may want to wait until the second or third generation of the iPad.

So get ready mobile gamers, convergence is soon upon us and I will see you on top of the Global leader boards!

Mobile Games Are New Trend In Entertainment

If you are waiting in a queue or you have an hour to kill and you don’t know what to do. The best thing is to take out your mobile phone and start playing your favorite mobile game. Mobile gaming is one of the fastest growing industries these days. It is becoming so popular that people have become addicted to mobile games.

These days, however, you’ll find more adults than teens interacting with mobile games. In fact, consumers between the ages of 25 and 34 not only download more games than any other age group, but also play them more and are more likely to plan to purchase additional games in the future.

Mobile phones have been introduced which have big screen, graphics and better color, allowing the user to enjoy all the features like taking picture, watching movie clips and playing games. Now with the improvement in technology of mobile phones the mobile games have also improved with easy to use joysticks and high resolution. The 3D mobile games draw more hardcore gamers and it does a good job at bridging the expectations people have from the console and handheld gaming environment.

There are number of online sites that provide you with loads of free mobile games without registration or subscribing. There are thousands of mobile games out there ranging from sports games to first person shooters and from 52 deck cards to classic arcade games – and you can safely say that the choice is definitely out there. Mobile game users do not want to spend a lot of time studying an operation manual on how a game should be played, so it is important that games to be playable the moment it is downloaded.

Mobile games are big business and by 2009, analysts predict over 220 million people will be playing mobile games. Major investment has, and still is, being pumped into the mobile game business to improve the usability and reliability of devices and networks. But till now all we can say is let’s see where this increasing trend of mobile games take us.