A relaxed, icebreaker game for small groups and large groups
- Play anywhere
- All On All
- Quick (5 - 15 mins)
- No cost
- No Mess
- Small Groups
- Large Groups
- No Prep
- Video Call
How To Play Black Out
This game is a variation of "Never Have I Ever" or "True or False". Everyone on the zoom video call needs to start with their video on. Once they're all ready - it's time to start playing.
Whatever version of this game you're playing - when a player is "out" they need to turn off their video or cover their camera so their screen is black. The last person or people remaining with their videos on are the winners.
Version 1: "Never Have I Ever"
Get each person on the call to take it in turns to say a "never have I ever..." line. If others have done the thing, then they are out.
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Version 2: "True or False"
The leader will say a series of "true or false" statements. Each player must select an answer of whether they think it is true or false. To show they think true, they'll put their hands on their heads. If they think it's false, they'll put their hands behind their backs. If they don't get it correct, they're out.
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Version 3: "Heads or Tails"
The leader will flip a coin. Each player must select heads or tails before the coin flip is revealed. To show they think heads, they'll put their hands on their heads. If they think it's tails, they'll put their hands behind their backs. If they don't get it correct, they're out.
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on 26 March 2022