I love these youth ministry screen games. There's a whole bunch of games that are crazy fun and simple to run with Powerpoint or Keynote (or even ProPresenter). Great for gathered events or retreats.

SCREEN GAMES

People love our screen games. Our team has come up with a bunch of games that are crazy fun and simple to run with Powerpoint or Keynote (or even ProPresenter). Great for gathered events or retreats.

Answering age-old questions like: Which weighs more the Empire State Building or 108 million paper clips?

A lot of people have won Superbowls, Grammys, and basketball games – but you have to decide who has won the MOST.

It's simple: Find a partner. Yell the sound effect. Whoever yells first wins. Ties are won by whoever yelled loudest.

Students are given social media facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.

"Alleluia" is a combination of the words "allelu" and "yah" (meaning "praise Yahweh"), in this yell-it-out game, we explore other (ridiculous) "allelu" combos.

Do the opposite of whatever the screen tells you to do. Be quick, but not too fast….One wrong move and you're out!

Based on when these toys were “the hottest Christmas gift of the year”, which came first?

Look at each pixelated image and try to guess what it is. The quicker you guess, the more points you get!

The crowd has to memorize a sequence of animals and then repeat that sequence one animal at a time. Anyone who repeats the wrong animal is out.

In this interactive, on-your-feet small group game teams compete to spell out the word that matches the clue on the screen – using their bodies as the letter tiles.

Students are given facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.

It’s simple: we’ll show you two inventions, and all you have to do is decide which was invented first.

Answering age-old questions like: Which weighs more the Empire State Building or 108 million paper clips?

A lot of people have won Superbowls, Grammys, and basketball games – but you have to decide who has won the MOST.

It's simple: Find a partner. Yell the sound effect. Whoever yells first wins. Ties are won by whoever yelled loudest.

Students are given social media facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.

"Alleluia" is a combination of the words "allelu" and "yah" (meaning "praise Yahweh"), in this yell-it-out game, we explore other (ridiculous) "allelu" combos.

Do the opposite of whatever the screen tells you to do. Be quick, but not too fast….One wrong move and you're out!

Based on when these toys were “the hottest Christmas gift of the year”, which came first?

Look at each pixelated image and try to guess what it is. The quicker you guess, the more points you get!

The crowd has to memorize a sequence of animals and then repeat that sequence one animal at a time. Anyone who repeats the wrong animal is out.

In this interactive, on-your-feet small group game teams compete to spell out the word that matches the clue on the screen – using their bodies as the letter tiles.

Students are given facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.

It’s simple: we’ll show you two inventions, and all you have to do is decide which was invented first.

I love these youth ministry screen games. There's a whole bunch of games that are crazy fun and simple to run with Powerpoint or Keynote (or even ProPresenter). Great for gathered events or retreats.

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