Yep! Even I like games, at least games that require the use of language.
Below are some games that will be explained in greater detail later:
* 20 Questions: The goal is to figure out who or what the person is, before getting 20 "No" answers.
* The Lie Game: Tell the truth or tell a lie, see who can guess which it is, and how they chose.
(How do you know when someone is lying? See "Lie Detection" under "Games" on the navigation
* The "Don't Say "Yes" or "No" Game": See if you can find a way to get someone to say: Yes, or No!
* Hangman: The oldest game in the book and one of the most popular too!
* Free Association Game: To be explained later.
* Tell a story game: Everyone participates in telling a make-believe story. The winner adds the most creative and interesting parts.
* The whisper game: One student whispers a sentence to the next, who whispers it to the next. After all the students repeat the sentence, we find out how accurately it was transmitted. Can be repeated with two, three and four sentences.