party game


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Noun1.party game - a game to amuse guests at a partyparty game - a game to amuse guests at a party  
game - an amusement or pastime; "they played word games"; "he thought of his painting as a game that filled his empty time"; "his life was all fun and games"
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In an effort to keep parties fresh, exciting, and memorable, Paper Eskimo has changed the party game.
A few years later, the party game worked the same way again for another friend
Approach Showdown with an open mind and it's a polished, content-packed party game.
It won Best Party Game at the 2009 UK Games Expo in Birmingham and earlier this year they won the prize again with their latest release The Know It Game.
It's a trap that many a party game has fallen into over the years and by underplaying the single-player experience it obviously will limit the game's appeal to multi-children households and families with a lot of friends.
2) Right, Patrick Fickera takes a swing at a ball in a parking lot party game.
However, there is a minimum age limit of seven, due to one party game involving smashing zombies.
In this 3D party game, up to four players can choose their favourite Tamagotchi and compete in more than 15 mini-games using the Wii remote.
No word either on the fate of the popular party game involving the limbo stick.
Now that the parties are dining out on public financing, the real power in the party game is the head of direct marketing who wouldn't know a coup from a shoe.
We can only admire the fortitude displayed by a graphic designer from Surrey who has invented a party game for children which involves eating such delicacies as dried worms, toasted ants and farm-raised crickets.
Decadent was the word that came to mind as sexy sirens Ling Bai (``The Crow,'' ``Wild, Wild West,'' ``Anna and the King'') and former ``Baywatch'' babe Traci Bingham, both bursting out of their bustiers, got playful in the Twister Room, a giant version of the popular '60s party game requiring players to place hands and feet on colored circles until everyone's limbs get tangled.